Capstone Metering LLC
Capstone Metering LLC (“Capstone”) is a Texas-based technology company that is changing the way that global water industries think about managing, controlling and conserving water by creating dialogue about the significant value of water and how industry-changing advances in technology can raise water conservation awareness. Founded in 2006 by a team of individuals rich in wireless technology coupled with solid background in water industry experience, Capstone’s roots lie in the development of remote, distributed wireless communications networks for the Department of Defense. Capstone Metering introduces its IntelliH2O® wireless water meter, built to AWWA Standards and has onboard power generation allowing for a wider feature set, remote on/off features, flexible and frequent two-way communication and the ability to read high and low pressure.

Address

2201 Long Prairie Road #107-102
Flower Mound, TX 75022
United States
Phone: 972.446.1700
Fax: 972.446.4022

Product Categories

Meter Readings Systems, Remote Short Distance; Meter Reading Systems, Centralized Automatic; Meter Reading Services; Meters

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