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UL 2735 OUTLINE

OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR ELECTRIC UTILITY METERS

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Organization: UL
Publication Date: 3 September 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 16
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These requirements cover electric utility meters which measure, monitor, record, transmit, or receive electrical energy generation or consumption information. Monitored parameters may include voltage, current, power, apparent power, reactive power, power factor, energy, kW-hours, varhours, and time of use.

Meters covered by this outline of investigation may be provided with one or two-way communication, by means of power line carrier signals, telephone, cable, wireless communication, or other methods.

These meters may additionally provide signals for the control of electrical loads or electrical power generation equipment in response to signals received from the utility or local communication networks.

These requirements cover socket mounted plug-in (Type S) utility meters, and non-socket mounted, bottom connected (Type A) utility meters, intended for installation in ordinary (non-classified) locations under the exclusive control of the utility. These requirements also cover Type A and Type S meters that are not intended for the exclusive control of the serving utility.

These requirements do not cover equipment intended as test equipment or equipment intended to make measurements for analysis in a laboratory setting.

These requirements do not cover equipment intended for installation in panelboards other than equipment intended to mount into a meter socket that is integral to a panelboard.

These requirements also cover revenue meters that are intended for factory installation as components within the enclosure of complete equipment and that are not socket mounted (Type S) or bottom connected (Type A) meters.

Document History

May 30, 2013
UL Standard for Safety Electric Utility Meters
These requirements cover the electrical safety of electric utility (revenue) meters rated up to 600 V, which measure, monitor, record, transmit, or receive electrical energy generation or consumption...
May 30, 2013
UL Standard for Safety Electric Utility Meters
These requirements cover the electrical safety of electric utility (revenue) meters rated up to 600 V, which measure, monitor, record, transmit, or receive electrical energy generation or consumption...
May 30, 2013
UL Standard for Safety Electric Utility Meters
These requirements cover the electrical safety of electric utility (revenue) meters rated up to 600 V, which measure, monitor, record, transmit, or receive electrical energy generation or consumption...
UL 2735 OUTLINE
September 3, 2010
OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR ELECTRIC UTILITY METERS
These requirements cover electric utility meters which measure, monitor, record, transmit, or receive electrical energy generation or consumption information. Monitored parameters may include...
May 3, 2010
OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR ELECTRIC UTILITY METERS
These requirements cover electric utility meters which measure, monitor, record, transmit, or receive electrical energy generation or consumption information. Monitored parameters may include...

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