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NaviComm End Point


Delivering Critical and Timely Information

Sensus has partnered with the leading manufacturer of faulted circuit indicators (FCI) and its North American distributors to develop the NaviComm™ end point, a self-contained solution for overhead distribution lines. The NaviComm is an integrated FCI receiver that monitors and controls up to 12 Smart Navigator wireless faulted circuit indicators.

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The NaviComm lets you collect operational and planning information that’s otherwise hard to come by, with our unique load monitoring and reporting capabilities.

The NaviComm communicates using our Sensus FlexNet® communication network, AT&T’s 4G/LTE with 3G fallback or Verizon’s 4G/LTE cellular networks. Our AutomationControl™ software provides end-to-end interoperability of your network by easily integrating third-party SCADA software platforms via our SCADA-Xchange™ interface.

Benefits to you

  • Reports critical operational and planning information
  • Integrates easily with third-party SCADA software platforms
  • Communicates using our FlexNet communication network, AT&T or Verizon cellular networks
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  • Monitors up to 12 wireless Smart Navigator faulted circuit indicators
  • Load current reports are configurable from 15 minute to 240 hour averages (10 day with maximum and minimum values for the average period)
  • Reports permanent versus momentary fault magnitude with time stamp
  • Reports fault duration
  • Ambient temperature average for load current period with maximum and minimum values for the period
  • Remote firmware update capability
  • Battery backup to report faults following control power outages


FlexNet Communication Network:

  • Transmit power: 2W
  • Frequency: 900 MHz, primary licensed
  • Phantom 3dBi antenna

Cellular Network:

  • AT&T: 4G/LTE with 3G fallback
  • Verizon: 4G/LTE
  • Transmit power:
    • 3G: 2W (GSM), 0.25W (WCDMA)
    • 4G: 0.2W (LTE)
  • Frequency:
    • 3G: 850/1900 MHz
    • 4G: 700/850/1700/1900 MHz
  • 3G/4G Multi-Band antenna (transmitter and receiver)
  • Ultra Wide Band internal diversity antenna (receiver only)

For more information about this product, download the data sheet.

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