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The Centron is the first fully electronic singlephase meter that is designed to be competitive price-wise with existing mechanical models (most of which have since been phased out). The actual meter circuitry is contained within one board integrated with the meter's baseplate and which connects with one of several interchangeable registers. Initially, these register options included 'traditional' pointer-type or cyclometer registers (since discontinued). The currently available LCD register options include several different types of automated meter reading technology integrated into the register board in addition to a non-AMR version. Since this meter is fully solid-state, all versions regardless of voltage or class have the SAME Kh value - 1.0 instead of various values that have been used in the past (2, 3.6, 7.2, etc.). Earlier examples of this model carried the Schlumberger name, but now carry the Itron brand. Centron
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