Electric Energy Meter Working Principle


An electronic energy meter is the measuring device of the energy that consumed in kWh. One kilowatt-hour is the amount of electric energy which required to provide an amount of 1,000 watts of power fin a period of one hour.


Accuracy: It consist of auto calibration techniques and thus the power and energy measurement is neither effected by the analog nor the sampling inaccuracies. Ease of Measurement: With use of modern digital signal processors, it is possible to make complex calculations in a simpler way. Security: It eliminates the risk of tampering with the meter and provides efficient way of calculating the energy units. Added Features: It can also come with added features like transmitting the information remotely through GSMor RF communication. Stability: The components used are not prone to mechanical wear and tear like their electro mechanical parts and are hence more stable and last longer.


The basic Electronic Energy meter senses the current and voltage which signals from the circuitry, converts them in to the digital signal and makes necessary calculations to get the units of electrical energy which has been consumed.

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