Next Generation Water Stations

Meet PAT units are fitted with a remote monitoring metering system which connects to LoraWAN networks. In Australia, the devices use frequency sub band 915-928 MHz. Devices are programmable for worldwide frequency bands which include Europe (EU 863-870 MHz) and US (US 902-928 MHz).
What is LoRaWAN?

LoRaWAN is an open global standard for secure, carrier-grade IoT connectivity.


LoRaWAN™ is a Low Power Wide Area Network designed to connect low-cost, battery operated sensors over long distances. Key benefit in using LoRa network over 3/4G equivalent is that devices can have very long battery life and gateway/network costs are relatively cheap. Devices can be in harsh environments that were previously too challenging or cost prohibitive to connect. Worldwide, more than 80 major carriers have

deployed LoRaWAN networks and 500+ key technology companies have deployed more than 50 million sensors worldwide.


LoRaWAN operates in the unlicensed band and supports indoor and outdoor applications. Like cellular, LoRaWAN technology is highly secure from end devices to the application server. Currently, there is 70,000+ LoRaWAN-based gateways deployed worldwide by 2019 and expected to reach 200,000 by 2020.

Key Features

Meet PAT metered units and monitoring system include:

  • Find the location of a water station online
  • Units are networked and linked
  • Providing live park and unit usage data
  • Usage behavior analysis
  • Sustainability reporting
  • Maintenance scheduling and fault reporting
  • Battery life reporting
Remote Access

Online reporting of units.

  • Total usage by device
  • Exportable date stamped data
  • Sustainability reporting
  • Maintenance reporting


See a report live here or click image below

Maintenance Reporting

The system had the ability to detect and monitor:
Irregular usage (high/low usage) which may require investigation.
Lack of use or no usage
Leak detection – fault reporting notifications
Filter replacement scheduling
Cleaning scheduling – including the ability to arrange cleaning around usage.

  • AS/NZS 4268:2017
  • AS/NZS 2772.2:2011 – AS/NZS RF Exposure Report
  • AS/NZS 4268:2017