How 3 Phase Prepaid Electricity Meter Technology Will Benefit Your Properties
South African buildings are normally circulated using either single phase or 3 phase prepaid electricity meters. The three-phase electricity is connected at either 415 or 400 volts, using three active phases, and one neutral one. There are many reasons behind the great popularity of the three-phase electricity prepaid meter. For one, the powered that is delivered to the property is done so in a constant and consistent manner, as opposed to a single-phase circuit which delivers power in a pulsating way.
Compared to a […]
Harness the Great Power of Prepaid Electricity Meter Technology
How can prepaid electricity meters help you save money in your utility management while at the same time add value to your tenants’ lives? These meters are designed to help consumers learn more about their electricity consumption, and in that way help them to consume electricity more wisely. It also helps them to stay on top of their spending, and will not have them be presented with a large bill at the end of the month.
In the past, landlords and investors also had to contend with tenants absconding […]
Why More and More Property Owners and Landlords Are Looking Towards Smart Metering
It’s no longer necessary for landlords, property management companies and investors to assume the risk associated with utilities management. Thanks to smart metering technologies, you can be sure that your tenants will stay up to date with their electricity payments. This is because this technology helps consumers stay on top of their spending, and also teaches them how they are using electricity.
Importantly, smart metering technologies are removing the burden off the owner of the property to take on a risk that the tenant […]
Don’t Get Left Behind – Here’s Why You Need Smart Meters in Your Buildings
If you are looking for a way to both boost tenant satisfaction and protect yourself, then look no further than smart meter technology. In the past, tenants had to put the water and lights of a building in their name when taking occupation. This left the possibility of tenants absconding at the end of their lease periods, leaving behind a large amount of outstanding fees for electricity use.
Now, with smart meter technology, tenants are charged with using prepaid electricity. This eliminates the […]