A Smarter Meter: IEEE-1459 power definitions in an off-the-shelf Smart Meter

@article{Berrisford2015ASM,
  title={A Smarter Meter: IEEE-1459 power definitions in an off-the-shelf Smart Meter},
  author={Andrew John Berrisford},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (I2MTC) Proceedings},
  year={2015},
  pages={830-835}
}
With respect to harmonics, revenue meters have suffered from inconsistent power definitions and ambiguous metering Specifications for decades. Modern digital metering technology and new power definitions can correct these issues. The IEEE-1459 Standard provides consistent and unambiguous power definitions ideal for revenue metering purposes. Its primary innovation is the separation of the fundamental frequency power components P1 and Q1 from the apparent power S. This paper will demonstrate… CONTINUE READING

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