Power Meters

Major concern for the utilities is Electricity theft. Power plants – coal, natural gas, petroleum or nuclear stuff is burned to release heat, which boils water into steam, which spins a turbine, which generates electricity. In thermodynamic limits only two-thirds of the energy in the raw materials actually makes it onto the grid in the form of electricity. Various "smart grid" systems have dual functions. This includes Advanced Metering Infrastructure systems which, when used with various software can be used to detect power theft and by process of elimination, detect where equipment failures have taken place. These are in addition to their primary functions of eliminating the need for human meter reading and measuring the time-of-use of electricity. The behavior of electricity stealing not only makes the power industry suffering huge financial losses but also threatens the main power supply security and reliability. Un-hooking technology will lead to the electricity stealing. Through GSM technology, the distribution code is sent to substation the operator can instantly attend the pole and through the microcomputer and can get meter code from where the power has been theft. Hence the theft can immediately stopped at the place which it is happening.

  • Broadband over Power Line (BPL)
  • Wireless Design for Power Theft
  • Power loss detection through power meters
  • Wi-Fi

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