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Accent, a provider of communications and metering technologies, has announced the addition of the ASM231 to its ASMgrid2 standard product family. The ASM231 provides an integrated, one-chip solution for smart meters by integrating Accent's energy measurement solution, scalable processing capability and numerous meter system functions.

According to the company, the new device, which is powered by a 196 MHz ARM926EJ-STM and SDRAM for code storage, offers customers metrology capability and a future-proof platform that supports the operation of multiple communication stacks and other meter software. The ASM231 is also available in single-chip options with 2 MB or 8 MB configurations.






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