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Software Solutions

1132Prog Use this software to create programs for the E650 S4e and E330 FOCUS AX.

  • Allows the operator to have as many databases as desired or create multiple programs in a single Microsoft Access database.

  • Handles demand, TOU and load-profile programs for the AX and RX series.

  • Defines the capabilities available through its companion program, 1132Com.

  • Supports DGCOM and ANSI protocols.


Use this companion to 1132Prog to program and read meters.

  • Supports modem, RS-232/RS-485 or optical-port communication (On the optical port, all popular cables are supported).

  • Reads meter files that are saved in formats for easy export to other reporting packages, such as the Itron MV-90 or Landis+Gyr 1132Gyr.

  • Provides protocol-neutral capabilities for end users seamless interaction with legacy DGCOM or ANSI meters.

  • Allows for partial modifications of an existing meter’s program—total reprogramming is not necessary.


  • Acts as a Load Profile Translation software package with an interface to the 1132Com software.

  • Designs and generates single, multiple or totalized reports from a single Windows interface. For totalized reports, you can use data from different meter types, such as the E330 FOCUS AX or E650 S4e.

  • Supports automated reading and reporting with the use of built-in scheduler option.


Upgrade E330 S4e meters from AXL to AX or from AX to RX.

  • Does not lose the meter program when registers are set to zero (master-reset).

  • Can enable load profile or a switch between 32KB and 128KB of load-profile storage.

  • Allows for firmware upgrades or changing of the protocol between ANSI and DGCOM on the S4e meter.

Note: Performing some of ProPak’s functions does require the use of hardware keys and software authorizations, which are available through your Landis+Gyr sales channel.

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