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5/26/2011 05:14 PM EDT
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Kinnar
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Kinnar   5/27/2011 6:45:55 AM
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It something unbelievable that a meter will run for 15years on the local battery, also Zigbee being an open standard it will need extensive security if the technology is required to be used for metering application.

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LarryM99   5/27/2011 3:52:55 AM
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It doesn't surprise me that it is taking time to work out complex issues. It took me six months extra to get a smart meter because they had trouble making it run backwards to handle my solar panels. I suspect that they need to think in terms of incremental upgradability and backward compatibility rather than making it perfect out the gate. Larry M.

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