Lt metering or low tension metering, Electrical Engineering

LT Metering or Low Tension Metering

The subsequent types of meters are generally used for LT consumers:

Whole Current Meters

i)   Single phase meters

ii)   3-phase 4 wire meters

iii)  3-phase 3 wire meters

CT Operated Meters

iv)  3-phase 4 wire meters with CT and MD

v)   3-phase 3 wire meters with CT and MD

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