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Smart grid solutions provider IUS Technologies has unveiled two smart sensors to help utilities recognize energy theft.

IUS says the sensors - dubbed TD1000 and TD2000 - allow utilities to remotely monitor power usage specific to energy theft. According to the company, these sensors include single- and three-phase monitoring, customizable kWh monitoring, and unsolicited messaging and alerts.

The TD line of sensors provide power usage data that can be compared with advanced metering infrastructure and automated meter reading data to pinpoint illegal or unauthorized power usage, IUS adds.


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