Calibration and testing of energy meters, Electrical Engineering

Calibration and Testing of Energy Meters and Meter Laboratory

Energy meters form a vital instrument of revenue realization for the distribution utilities. Based on the meter reading and the utilities submit their bills to consumers for realization. Inaccurate/faulty recording might become catastrophic both to consumers and utilities. Therefore, a requirement to ensure a high degree of performance and reliability from the meters has become significant. The meters are tested and calibrated to ensure proper working and in which the accuracy is to be maintained inside permissible limits under IE Rules.

 

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