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Landis+Gyr has released version 6.2 of its Command Center operating software for the Gridstream advanced metering and grid management system.

The company says the latest version supports new network management tools for routers and collectors, improved monitoring of load-side meter voltage and remote service switch operations, as well as scheduled "snapshots" of meter information, such as temperature, to aid in diagnostics and analytics.

"This system update continues to address the needs of our Gridstream customers by providing enhanced controls and monitoring functions across the system to improve efficiency and security and gain added visibility across the network," says Lisa Washburn, Landis+Gyr’s director of software product management. "These features are offered in addition to added support for new products and meters."

New products supported within version 6.2 include the latest Gridstream endpoints designed for the E331 and E351 FOCUS AXe and E650 S4x meter offerings with enhanced performance features.



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