UNDERSTANDING THE METER
The screen is designed to give a clear visual indication of the important meter functions:
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  1. - Happy face
  2. - Sad Face
  3. - Alarm indicator (Low credit warning)
  4. - Contactor status indicator
  5. - Remaining credit indicator
  6. - Information mode
  7. - Power (kWh) function
  8. - Eight x 7 segment digits (default to credit remaining)
Customers can expect to see indications on LCD displayed as below
 
 


Normal Operation
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​ Display shows remaining credit (kWh). Contactor closed and consumption rate indicator (Red LED) flashes at a rate proportional to the power being used



Low Credit Warning
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Credit running low and more needs to be purchased to avoid disconnection of supply
 
 
Zero Credit 0.0.jpg
Supply disconnected, Zero credit in meter
 
 
 
Power Limit Lockout kwh.jpg
Supply disconnected. Credit available, but too much power drawn (overload)
 
 
FACE INDICATIONS
After a pin number has been entered one of the following face indicators will identify the status of the meter.
 
smile.jpg Normal operating mode
(Includes zero credit and supply disconnected)
sun.jpg ​Number not recognised by meter
2sun.jpg ​Number already used
sun and smile.jpg ​Not enough digits entered (30-second timeout)
sadsmile.jpg

​Meter Tampered
sad_smile.jpg ​Service callout
many_smiles.jpg ​Number expired
 
BASIC METER OPERATION

The meter stores basic information regarding your usage. By pressing the “i” and number in brackets on the key pad, you will be able to view the following information one at a time on the screen.

[001] Instantaneous power (Watts)
[003] Total Unit Counter (kWh)
[008] Current 30 day consumption
[009] Previous 30 day consumption
[025] Scroll meter number