electric power meter

electric power meter

[i¦lek·trik ′pau̇·ər ‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
A device that measures electric power consumed, either at an instant, as in a wattmeter, or averaged over a time interval, as in a demand meter. Also known as power meter.
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The Net Metering Grid Connection System is based on measuring the difference between the amount of electricity exported from the renewable energy system to the distributor network (The Electricity Distribution Company) and the amount of electrical energy that is used (Ayla Oasis Development Company), which is measured in kWh; through the connecting point and the electric power meter, that is prepared to measure the electrical flow in both directions.
Located in Alameda, California, Power Standards Lab will introduce a new electric power meter for industrial applications.
Access will also co-develop with Shikoku Electric Power the electric power meter server with Access' embedded software technologies.
The Branded Service Application might be a Post Office Terminal, an Electric Power Meter Reading/Payment Terminal, a Newspaper/Advertising Terminal, or a Home/Business Catalog Shopping Terminal; we have several of these applications in the works with very larger players," said Brisco.
It develops electric power metering and automatic meter reading technologies, geographical information systems (GIS), electric power meter, and load control terminal products.
Tenders are invited for Determination of the supplier and the contract concluded with the supply of electric power meters for the installation of electricity metering in substations in the IV-th quarter 2016
installation of electric power meters to introduce strict control of electricity consumption in order to reduce commercial losses of energy;
With the new protocol, electric consumption can be controlled by linking lights, air conditioners, electric vehicles and other devices with next-generation electric power meters, called smart meters.
The new single-chip solution is ideal for measuring instruments such as electric power meters, as well as consumer products such as glucose meters that must obtain precise data from analog measurement sensors, yet require low-cost system designs.
They are doing their best to keep renewable energy users off their grids by imposing restrictions on renewable energy systems, such as requiring unreasonable, unnecessary and expensive inspections; calling for multimillion-dollar insurance policies; and demanding expensive special electric power meters and disconnects be purchased from and installed by them at many times the normal retail cost.
Applications include time-switched electric water heaters and remote-controlled electric power meters.
to disconnect, remove, install and reconnect electric power meters that are used to record the energy consumption of residential and commercial customers.

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