Yes. There are two ways to do so. The Omnimeter Pulse v.4 and the Omnimeter HV v.5 both have two controllable relays which can drive larger switches. The relays can be turned on to power a 485Bee, another small load, or actuate a larger switch, such as our Switch120, in order to turn things on and off remotely. The Omnimeter relays provide 12VDC, 50mA.
In the EKM Push account portal, for Push3 connected meters, you can set the number of seconds that you would like each relay to stay on or off. If you would like the relays to stay on, or off, set the time to 0 seconds and then click the Open or Close button accordingly.
The second way to control the relays is when the meters are connected to your computer while running the EKM Dash software.The EKM Dash will allow you to turn either of the 2 relay controls (50mA 12VDC) ON or OFF, it will also let you turn them ON or OFF from 1 to 9999 seconds. You can do this when reading your meter(s) via the EKM Blink USB converter or over the internet via the EKM iSerial.
You can also set up trigger based control in Dash so that specific data parameters will trigger a relay to turn on or off. More info is available here regarding trigger based control in Dash: https://help.ekmmetering.com/support/solutions/articles/6000128578-how-to-set-up-a-triggered-event-v1-8-3-and-up-
The real-time status (open or closed) of each relay control of each v.4 and v.5 Omnimeter is available in the EKM Dash.
We have the EKM Switch120 to control 120 volt loads: EKM-Switch120
The EKM-Omnimeter Pulse v.4 and Omnimeter HV v.5 could be used to control the Switch120 or and other load, valve, etc (through external relays).