Landis+Gyr Single Phase 80Amp Gem Lite Electricity Meter – Citiq Prepaid



The Cashpower Gem Lite is a compact single phase, two wire, 80 Amp, STS keypad prepayment meter in a British Standard (BS) housing.

The meter is suitable for new installations or retrofitting of existing bottom connected electromechanical or electronic watt-hour meters.

The meter is easy to install and boasts an easy to read, language independent Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and a wide range of information registers which can be easily accessed by pressing the information button on the keypad and then entering the number of the register. (Refer to the User Guide for more information.)

The meter operates on Landis+Gyr’s version 12.3 meter firmware, and therefore provides only for STS prepayment functionality mode.


Single phase, two wire, keypad prepayment meter

Proven Cashpower keypad technology

Maximum current: 80 Amps

Compact meter in BS format

Meter fitted with LCD and a keypad

Clear language independent icons on the display and membrane of the meter

Clear load switch status indicator

Scrolling display for 11 digit STS meter serial number

Displays last 50 vouchers entered. (Displays the 20 digit STS voucher and the date and time of the voucher)

Mechanically sealed against tampering Significant Reverse Energy detection Programmable software power limit

Advanced decommissioning and commissioning feature for easy installation process

Tamper detection facility

Meter enclosure manufactured with UV stable, flame-retardant plastic material

Degree of protection, IP54

Improved sealing against ingress of insects

Supports short codes (refer to user guide)

Conforms to IEC62055-31

Exceeds IEC62055-31 requirements for voltage Impulse withstand

Fully STS compliant (IEC62055-41/51)



The Gem Lite is a single phase integrated meter with keypad.
This 80A meter is used as an integrated meter and is STS compliant.


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