MacR6 N Water Flow and Pressure GSM Data Logger

MacR6 N GSM Data Logger 
For water flow and pressure
7 Year Battery Powered
IP68 Rated Protection 
NFC communication

  • Water Meter Adapter
  • Pressure sensor
  • SIM Card
  • eWebTel Platform
  • £407.25
  • £488.70 inc VAT


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MacR6 N GSM Data Logger 
For water flow and pressure
7 Year Battery Powered device
IP68 Ingress protectio
Scaleable Pulse Input, accepts most types of water flow meter
Reading period and update time configurable
Fits directly to water meter or remotely
GPRS / GSM 2G and 3G network compatible
Device Geolocation
User configurable Alarms over SMS
Secure TCP/HTTPS Network Protocols
Optional Pressure sensor available
   Cloud-based user platform allows information to be accessed securely from remote locations
Will fit directly onto leading brands of water meters including:
  • Diehl
  • Itron
  • Maddalena
  • Sensus
  • Zenner
The MacR6 N is a compact solution designed to log water volume and send data using existing GSM networks.
The housing is resitant to operation in high humidity, flooding and from impacts.
Utilises direct induction coupling to pair with water meters from leading manufacturers including Itron, Diehl, Sensus and others.
Supported by cloud software, and Andoid apps.
  • Simplified device assembly and configuration process
  • Replaceable battery without losing IP68 rating
  • Replaceable SIM
  • Use of secure internet protocols TCP/HTTPS o encrpted SMS
  • Allows operation with various IT solutions 
  • Direct user access to daily / monthly consumption using smartphone through NFC interface

 Free Software from Google Play App store - Connect using NFC


 Water treatment plants
 Pumping stations and Bore Holes
 Industrial and public utility facilities
 Custom water collecting facilities
 Multiple sites / Multiple Buildings
 Measurement of the water supplied to separate districts - transmission water meters
 Zones and subzones – calibration of the water supply network and leakage modelling
 Management of utility water supply networks