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Bullhorn RM1250 Remote Monitoring for Meters

Bullhorn RM1250 Remote Monitors offer hands-off management, data protection, and billing insights for distribution service meters and transmission LACT meters.

Why Choose Bullhorn RM1250 Remote Monitoring Unit for Meters?

Bullhorn RM1250 Remote Monitoring Units for meters enable you to provide consumption reports to your customers. With a long-lasting battery, a unit configured to transmit daily readings can last five or more years, freeing your crew from time-consuming trips to the field.

The RM1250 features a rugged, streamlined design and a two-way communication that allows you or your team to remotely modify report settings, set alarm thresholds, update firmware, and make other configuration changes.

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Insights to Improve Billing – Continuous meter data access means you can generate accurate, up-to-the-minute reports to improve invoicing. For example, it is easy to see when a customer consumes more gas than usual, so you can bill them accordingly.

Around-the-clock Data Access – The RM1250 uploads your data to our cloud portal, Bullhorn Web. Use Bullhorn Web to configure your device or run reports anytime, anywhere.

Hands-off ManagementThe RM3250 battery lasts approximately five years, even when transmitting daily readings. Combine that with remote configuration capabilities and rugged, completely internal components, and you get a unit your crews rarely need to visit.

Data ProtectionBullhorn Web reliably stores data for 18 months, allowing you to view trends over time without setting up data stores or backups. It also includes a back-end system for disaster recovery, so your data is always safe.

Instant Alerts – Never worry about unknown problem with your unit Instead, configure text or email notifications that immediately inform you about high-priority situations,  such as a low battery or unusually high consumption rates.

Easy IntegrationBullhorn Web allows you to export data in Excel or CSV format, so you can upload it to your measurement databases as needed.


Two dry-contact input

100 μA source current

Maximum cycle rate: 8 cycles

Minimum state change period: 62.5 mS

Digital input

Accumulates up to a nine-digit reading

Minimum logic 1: 1V

Maximum logic 0: 800 mV

Maximum cycle rate: 8 cycles

Minimum state change period: 62.5 mS

Power supply

Internal field-replaceable primary and secondary batteries

Additional DC input voltage: 10-24V DC


Bullhorn Tools Mobile via Bluetooth Low Energy

Bullhorn Tools PC via Bluetooth Low Energy or USB cable


Worldwide compatibility on 3G and 4G networks


Temperature: -30° C to +60° C

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