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    Michael Smith


    Does anyone know how much electricity consumption is represented by one turn of the spinning disc? The main display shows consumption down to 1/10th of a unit, so might the disc be one revolution per 100th of a unit? That would imply one turn per 6 minutes is 240 turns per day or 2.4 units per day, but that would be more than the ~1 unit a day we are actually using. So maybe it is 1000th of a unit?
    Meter “creep” seems to be a known effect, but I can’t find out what is acceptable and what is excessive. Does anyone know that?

    Please help.

    I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.




    There are a few possibilities; On most E. meters there is a line that states: R=1000 or R=500 R=600 etc. so each number of rotations represents one used kiloWatt. So (1000 Watt) divided by R

    Normaly there can be a maximum of 5% deviation but normaly there is a 1 to 2 percent deviation in Ferraris meters.


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