Metering standards, Electrical Engineering

Metering Standards

Relevant standards on metering are given in Table.

Table: Relevant Metering Standards

 Standards

Description

 IS 732:1989

 Code of practice for electrical wiring installations (Third revision)

 IS 2705(Part 1):1992

 Current Transformers:Part 1 General Requirements

 IS 2705(Part 2):1992

 Current Transformers:Part 2 Measuring current Transformers

 IS 3156 (Part 1):1992

 Voltage Transformers:Part 1 General Requirements

 IS 3156 (Part 2):1992

 Voltage Transformers: Part 1 Measuring Voltage Transformers

 IS 4146:1983

 Application guide for voltage transformers

 IS 4201:1983

 Application guide for current transformers

 IS 5547:1983

 Application guide for capacitor voltage transformers

 IS 11448:2000

 Application guide for AC electricity meters

 IS 12346:1999

 Testing equipment for AC electricity energy meters

 IS 13779:1999

 AC Static watt-hour meters, Class 1 & 2 - Specification

 IS 14697 :1999

 AC static transformer operated watt-hour and var- hour meters, class 0.2s and 0.5s - specifications

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