The MC608 converter has been designed with the purpose of meeting all the requirements of modern water management systems through a flexible and hybrid electronic, mains powered, battery powered, or both. With advanced display information, on-site data collection and remote monitoring via GSM/GPRS network, the MC608 allows any customer to access all the information, easily and at no cost. MC608A: Mains powered version 12/24 Vac dc or 90/264 VacMC608B: Battery powered, with a useful life of 6 years and 12/24 Vac-dc input MC608R: Rechargeable battery powered, with solar panel and 12/24 Vac-dc input MC608P: Panel version, with poly carbonate case MC608I: Stainless Steel case, for outdoor installation and extreme weather conditions MC608LB: Dedicated version for MUT4000, with Lemo connectors for automotive application.


Communication with other instruments via: analog output 4-20 mA, frequency, pulse, RS485 Modbus
  • 5 independent internal totalizer (2 positive, 2 negative, 1 NET)
  • IrCOM communication
  • 4 MB flash memory, 200,000 lines of data
  • Hart protocol option available (only MC608A)
  • Pressure and temperature reading modules
  • GSM/GPRS module

Data security:

Excellent data security given by the internal EEPROM memory.
Enhanced data storage of 200.000 lines of data (more than 6 years of data under factory settings).
Cycle memory, old data will be over written by new ones when full capacity is reached.
A software is supplied with the unit to allow users to communicate with the 608 via Ircom port or RS485 Modbus interface, to any pc, lap top or windows tablet.
  • Easy data download and management, easy programming.
  • Advanced self-diagnostic performs a wide range of essential checks automatically.
  • Multi-level password system to guarantee accessibility and confidentiality.

Reference standards

  • 2014/35/EU – EN 61010-1:2013 (LVD)
  • 2014/30/EU – EN 61326-1:2013 (EMC)
  • OIML R49-1:2013 – Class 2 (only MC608A)


  • Abstraction and distribution
  • District measurements
  • Revenue and bulk metering
  • Transport lines
  • Irrigation
  • Waste water and treatment
  • Leak detection systems
  • Any remote application with no access to mains power
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