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Single-phase/three-phase Smart Energy Meter Test Items And Test Equipment Configuration List
- May 01, 2018 -

A power meter is a meter that consumes energy in a measurement circuit. The emergence and development of electric energy meters has a history of more than one hundred years. With the rapid development of science and technology, electric energy meters have evolved from inductive AC electric energy meters to smart electric energy meters, and electric energy meters have higher and higher measuring accuracy and stability. Better and better, the function is more and more powerful. In the modern society, as the terminal of the smart grid, the smart energy meter has become one of the important topics in the current power field. With the rapid growth of China's economy, smart energy meters have an important position in our national grid power system and smart grid acquisition system, especially the vigorous development of China's power system in recent years. Smart energy meters have been widely used in China. , And in the process of using high-tech equipment, the application of the project will directly affect the future of China's power system work efficiency and quality.

First, international standards related to energy meters:

1. GB/T 17215.211-2006 AC measurement equipment General requirements, tests and test conditions Part 11: Measurement equipment;

2. GB/T 17215.311-2008 AC electrical measurement equipment Particular requirements Part 11: Electromechanical active energy meters (levels 0.5, 1 and 2);

3. GB/T 17215.321-2008 AC electrical measurement equipment special requirements Part 21: Static active energy meter (level 1 and level 2);

4. GB/T 17215.322-2008 AC electrical measurement equipment special requirements Part 22: Static active energy meter (0.2S class and 0.5S class);

5. GB/T 17215.323-2008 AC electrical measurement equipment special requirements Part 23: Static reactive energy meter (level 2 and level 3);

6. GB/T 17215.301-2007 multi-function energy meter special requirements;

7. GB/T 15284-2002 multi-rate electric energy meter special requirements;

8. GB/T 18460.3 -2001 IC card prepaid electricity sale system Part 3: prepaid electricity meter;

9. IEC 62052-11:2003 Electrical energy measuring equipment (AC) General requirements, tests and test conditions Part 11: Measuring equipment;

10. IEC62053-11:2003 Electricity Measurement Equipment (Alternating Current). Special Requirements. Part 11: Electromechanical Energy Meters (Levels 0, 5, 1 and 2);

11. IEC62053-21: 2003 Electricity Measurement Equipment (Alternating Current). Special Requirements. Part 21: Static Meters (Level 1 and 2);

12. IEC62053-22:2003 Electricity Measurement Equipment (Alternating Current). Particular Requirements. Part 22: Static Meters (Classes 0.2S and 0.5S);

13. IEC62053-23: 2003 Electricity Measurement Equipment (Alternating Current). Special Requirements. Part 22: Static Time-Delay (Classes 2 and 3);

14. IEC 62055-31-2005 Energy metering payment systems - Part 31 - Static active-payment meter (levels 1 and 2).

Second, smart energy meter State Grid Corporation corporate standards:

1. Q/GDW 354-2009 "Smart Energy Meter Functional Specification";

2. Q/GDW 1354-2013 smart energy meter function specification;

3. Q/GDW 355-2009 "Single-phase smart energy meter type specification";

4. Q/GDW 1355-2013 single-phase smart energy meter type specification;

5. Q/GDW 356-2009 "three-phase smart energy meter type specification";

6. Q/GDW 1356-2013 three-phase smart energy meter type specification;

7. Q/GDW 357-2009 "0.2S three-phase smart energy meter technical specifications";

8. Q/GDW 358-2009 "0.5S level three-phase smart energy meter technical specification";

9. Q/GDW 359-2009 "0.5S three-phase energy-saving smart meter (wireless) technical specification";

10. Q/GDW 360-2009 "1 level three-phase energy-saving smart meter (wireless) technical specification";

11. Q/GDW 361-2009 "1 level three-phase energy-saving smart meter (carrier) technical specifications";

12. Q/GDW 362-2009 "1 level three-phase energy-saving smart energy meter specification";

13. Q/GDW 363-2009 "1 level three-phase smart energy meter technical specifications";

14. Q/GDW 364-2009 "Single-phase smart energy meter technical specifications";

15. Q/GDW 1364-2013 single-phase smart energy meter technical specifications;

16. Q/GDW 365-2009 "Smart Energy Meter Information Exchange Security Certification Technical Specification";

17. Q/GDW 1365-2013 Smart Energy Meter Information Exchange Security Certification Technical Specifications;

18. Q/GDW1827-2013 Technical Specifications for Three-phase Smart Energy Meters.

Third, smart energy meter to meet the relevant industry standards:

1. DL/T1484-2015 DC Watt-hour Meter Technical Specifications;

2. DLT 1485-2015 three-phase smart energy meter technical specifications;

3. DLT 1486-2015 single-phase static multi-rate energy meter technical specifications;

4. DLT 1487-2015 single-phase smart energy meter technical specifications;

5. DLT 1488-2015 single-phase smart energy meter type specification;

6. DLT 1489-2015 three-phase smart energy meter type specification;

7. DLT 1490-2015 Smart Meter Functional Specification;

8. DLT 1491-2015 Smart Energy Meter Information Exchange Security Certification Technical Specifications;

9. DL/T 614-2007 "Multifunctional Watt-hour Meter";

10. DL/T 645-2007 "multi-function energy meter communication protocol";

11. DL/T 614-1997 "Multifunctional Watt-hour Meter";

12. DL/T 645-1997 "multi-function energy meter communication protocol";

13. DL/T 828-2002 "Guidelines for the use of single-phase AC induction long-life technology meters";

14. JB/T 7655-95 "Pulse Wattmeter";

15. JB/T 7656-95 "Multifunctional Wattmeter";

16. JB/T 7657-95 "Max. Demand Watt-hour Meter";

17. JB/T 10451-2004 "Special Requirements for Multi-User Static AC Active Energy Meters";

18. JB/T 5467.1-2002 Electromechanical AC Active and Reactive Energy Meters Part I: General Requirements;

19. JB/T 5467.2-2002 Electromechanical AC Active and Reactive Energy Meters Part II: Particular Requirements for Long-Life Watt-hour Meters;

20. JB/T 50070-2002 "Electrical Power Meter Reliability Requirements and Assessment Methods".

Fourth, the verification procedures:

1. JJG 596-1999 electronic energy meter verification procedures;

2. JJG 307-2006 AC power meter (power meter) verification procedures;

3. JJG 569-1988 maximum demand meter (power meter) verification procedures (trial);

4. JJG 691-1990 time-divisor (multi-rate) power meter verification procedures;

5. JJG596-2012 "Electrical AC Power Meter Verification Procedures";

6. Q/GDW 206 Energy Meter Sampling Technical Specifications.