The OMNI meter is the most technologically advanced large water meter on the market today. The key to this optimal measurement performance is the application of the new Floating Ball Technology (FBT). FBT employs an impeller with a ball design which makes the impeller weightless in the water line. The technology enables the impeller to begin moving with very little water flow or force through the meter.

The measurement principles of the C2 meter assure enhanced accuracy ranges and a longer service life than any other comparable class meter. The C2 meter has no restrictions as to sustained flow rates within its continuous operating range.

Conformance To Standards

The OMNI C2 meter meets and far exceeds the most recent revision of AWWA Standard C701 and C702 class II. Additionally, the meter does not require a valve to meet these standards. Each meter is performance tested to ensure compliance. All OMNI meters are NSF/ ANSI Standard 61, Annex F and G approved latest standards.


The patented measurement principles of the OMNI C2 meter assure enhanced accuracy ranges, an overall greater accuracy, and a longer service life than any other comparable class meter produced. The OMNI C2 meter has no restrictions as to sustained flow rates within its continuous operating range. The floating ball measurement technology allows for flows up to its rated maximum capacity without undue wear or accuracy degradation when installed in any orientation.


The OMNI C2 meter consists of two basic assemblies; the maincase and the measuring chamber. The measuring chamber assembly includes the “floating ball” impeller with a coated titanium shaft, hybrid axial bearings, integral flow straightener and an all electronic programmable register with protective bonnet. The maincase is made from industry proven Ductile Iron with an approved NSF epoxy coating. Maincase features are; easily removable measuring chamber, unique chamber seal to the main case using a high pressure o-ring, testing port and an AWWA compliant strainer.

Omni Electronic Register

The OMNI C2 electronic register is hermetically sealed with an electronic pickup containing no mechanical gearing. The large character LCD displays AMR, Totalization and a Resettable Test Totalizer. OMNI register features; AMR resolution units that are fully programmable, Pulse output frequency that are fully programmable, Integral customer data logging capability, Integral resettable accuracy testing feature compatible with UniPro Testing Assistant Program, Large, easy-to-read LCD also displays both forward and reverse flow directions and all with a 10-year battery life guarantee.

Magnetic Drive

Meter registration is achieved by utilizing a fully magnetic pickup system. This is accomplished by the magnetic actions of the embedded rotor magnets and the ultra sensitive register pickup probe. The only moving component in water is the “floating ball” impeller.

Measuring Element

The revolutionary thermoplastic, hydro-dynamically balanced impeller floats between the bearings. The Floating Ball Technology (FBT) allows the measuring element to operate virtually without friction or wear, thus creating the extended upper and lower flow ranges capable on only the OMNI C2 meter. 


The OMNI C2 with the AWWA compliant “V” shaped strainer using a stainless steel screen along with Floating Ball Technology (FBT) create a design that gives far improved accuracy even in those once thought questionable settings. A removable strainer cover permits easy access to the screen for routine maintenance.


The OMNI C2 meter is designed for easy maintenance. Should any maintenance be required, the measuring chamber and / or strainer cover can be removed independently. Parts and or a replacement measuring chamber may be utilized in the event repairs are needed. Replacement Measuring Chambers are available for the OMNI C2 meters and may also be utilized for retrofitting to competitive meters to achieve increased accuracy and extended service life.

AMR / AMI Systems:

Meters and encoders are compatible with current Sensus AMR/AMI systems. 

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