We are a specialist manufacturer and supplier of state of the art prepayment solutions. Our Conlog prepaid meters are the most advanced and comprehensive in the industry, a fact we’re very proud of. Clients are able to choose from single phase devices for the residential sector, to the three phase devices used for light industrial applications.
What’s more, we also offer various metering footprints, leading to cost efficient solutions for the deployment of prepayment into both new and retrofit environments. All of our meters are manufactured to the very highest quality standards, and are also STS approved. However […]
In South Africa in particular, there has been a significant shift regarding consumers’ perception of prepaid electricity, and in particular, regarding prepaid electricity meters. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that buying prepaid electricity is easy as can be. One can now buy electricity tokens from your phone, from online banking, at petrol garages, supermarkets and even at the post office these days.
This means that consumers can update their prepaid electricity meters with new tokens as and when they need it, without having to worry about planning ahead of time. Of course, another reason behind its […]
Prepaid Electricity Meters Are the Big Thing in 2017
There has been a noticeable shift regarding consumer spending habits and consumption with regards to electricity in South Africa, over the past decade. More and more homeowners and property developers are investing in prepaid electricity meters for their properties, and with good reason. There are many reasons for this shift, and we’ll take a look at some of the reasons why prepaid electricity meters have become the big thing for 2017.
To start off with, buying tokens is as easy for the tenant or homeowner as can be […]
How do Prepaid Meters determine how much my home is using?
Modern prepaid meters work by helping consumers keep track of how much electricity they are using. It also puts the power in the consumer’s hand of how much she spends, as she is able to constantly gauge the level of usage, and decide when, and how much, electricity to buy. Monthly electricity consumption is calculated in KWH, which stands for kilowatt per hour.
One kilowatt, or one electricity unit, equals 1000 watts. A standard globe in a South African home is 100 watts. Should the same […]