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This Australian Standard was prepared by Committee EL 011 Electricity Metering. It was approved on behalf of the Council of Standards Australia on 28 April 2005. This Standard was published on 27 May 2005, The following are represented on Committee EL 011. Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association. Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council, Electricity Engineers Association New Zealand. Energy Networks Association, Ministry of Economic Development New Zealand. National Measurement Institute, Keeping Standards up to date.
Standards are living documents which reflect progress in science technology and. systems To maintain their currency all Standards are periodically reviewed and. new editions are published Between editions amendments may be issued. Standards may also be withdrawn It is important that readers assure themselves. they are using a current Standard which should include any amendments which. may have been published since the Standard was purchased. Detailed information about Standards can be found by visiting the Standards Web. Shop at www standards com au and looking up the relevant Standard in the on line. Alternatively the printed Catalogue provides information current at 1 January each. year and the monthly magazine The Global Standard has a full listing of revisions. and amendments published each month, Australian StandardsTM and other products and services developed by Standards. Australia are published and distributed under contract by SAI Global which. operates the Standards Web Shop, We also welcome suggestions for improvement in our Standards and especially. This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. encourage readers to notify us immediately of any apparent inaccuracies or. ambiguities Contact us via email at mail standards org au or write to the Chief. Executive Standards Australia GPO Box 5420 Sydney NSW 2001. This Standard was issued in draft form for comment as DR 04306. AS 62053 21 2005, Australian Standard, Electricity metering equipment AC. Particular requirements, Part 21 Static meters for active energy. classes 1 and 2, IEC 62053 21 Ed 1 0 2003 MOD, Originated as AS 1284 5 1992.
Previous edition 2000, Revised and redesignated as AS 62053 21 2005. This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. Standards Australia, All rights are reserved No part of this work may be reproduced or copied in any form or by. any means electronic or mechanical including photocopying without the written. permission of the publisher, Published by Standards Australia GPO Box 5420 Sydney NSW 2001 Australia. ISBN 0 7337 6736 2, This Standard was prepared by the Australian members of the Joint Standards Australia. Standards New Zealand Committee EL 011 Electricity Metering to supersede. AS 1284 5 2000 Electricity metering Part 5 General purpose electronic watthour meters. After consultation with stakeholders in both countries Standards Australia and Standards New. Zealand decided to develop this Standard as an Australian rather than an. Australian New Zealand Standard, The objective of this Standard is to provide electricity utilities and meter manufacturers with.
requirements and tests for classes 1 and 2 meters, This Standard is an adoption with national modifications and has been reproduced from. IEC 62053 21 Ed 1 0 2003 Electricity metering equipment AC Particular requirements. Part 21 Static meters for active energy classes 1 and 2 and has been varied as indicated to. take account of Australian climatic conditions and fundamental technological differences. Variations to IEC 62053 21 Ed 1 0 2003 are indicated at the appropriate places throughout. this standard Strikethrough example identifies IEC text tables and figures which for the. purposes of this Australian Standard are deleted Where text tables or figures are added each. is set in its proper place and identified by shading example Added figures are not themselves. shaded but are identified by a shaded border, As this Standard is reproduced from an International Standard the following applies. a Its number does not appear on each page of text and its identity is shown only on the. cover and title page, b In the source text this international standard should read this Australian Standard. c A full point should be substituted for a comma when referring to a decimal marker. d Any French text on figures should be ignored, The terms normative and informative are used to define the application of the annex to. which they apply A normative annex is an integral part of a standard whereas an informative. annex is only for information and guidance, This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online.
Introduction v, 2 Normative references 1, 3 Terms and definitions 2. 4 Standard electrical values 2, 5 Mechanical requirements 2. 6 Climatic conditions 2, 7 Electrical requirements 2. 7 1 Power consumption 2, 7 2 Influence of short time overcurrents 3. 7 3 Influence of self heating 4, 7 4 AC voltage test 4.
8 Accuracy requirements 5, 8 1 Limits of error due to variation of the current 5. 8 2 Limits of error due to influence quantities 6, 8 3 Test of starting and no load condition 8. 8 4 Meter constant 9, 8 5 Accuracy test conditions 9. 8 6 Interpretation of test results 11, Annex A normative Test circuit diagram for d c even harmonics odd harmonics and. sub harmonics 12, Annex B normative Electromagnet for testing the influence of externally produced.
magnetic fields 18, Figure A 1 Test circuit diagram for half wave rectification 12. Figure A 2 Half wave rectified waveform 13, Figure A 3 Informative distribution of half wave harmonic content the Fourier. This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. analysis is not complete 14, Figure A 4 Test circuit diagram informative 15. Figure A 5 Phase fired waveform 15, Figure A 6 Informative distribution of harmonic content of phase fired waveform. the Fourier analysis is not complete 16, Figure A 7 Burst fired waveform 16.
Figure A 8 Informative distribution of harmonics the Fourier analysis is not complete 17. Figure B 1 Electromagnet for testing the influence. of externally produced magnetic fields 18, Table 1 Power consumption in voltage circuits for single phase and polyphase. meters including the power supply 3, Table 2 Power consumption in current circuits 3. Table 3 Variations due to short time overcurrents 4. Table 4 Variations due to self heating 4, Table 5 AC voltage tests 5. Table 6 Percentage error limits single phase meters and polyphase meters with. balanced loads 5, Table 7 Percentage error limits polyphase meters carrying a single phase load but. with balanced polyphase voltages applied to voltage circuits 6. Table 8 Influence quantities 6, Table 8 continued 7.
Table 9 Starting current 9, Table 10 Voltage and current balance 10. Table 11 Reference conditions 10, Table 12 Interpretation of test results 11. This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. INTRODUCTION, References to international standards that are struck through are replaced by references to. Australian or Australian New Zealand Standards that are listed immediately thereafter and. identified by shading Any Australian or Australian New Zealand Standard that is identical to. the International Standard it replaces is identified as such. This part of IEC 62053 is to be used with the following relevant parts of the IEC 62052. IEC 62053 and IEC 62059 series Electricity metering equipment. IEC 62052 11 2002 Electricity metering equipment a c General requirements tests and. test conditions Part 11 Metering equipment, AS 62052 11 Electricity metering equipment a c General requirements tests and test. conditions Part 11 Metering equipment, IEC 62053 11 2003 Electricity metering equipment a c Particular requirements Part 11.
Electromechanical meters for active energy classes 0 5 1 and 2. AS 62053 11 Electricity metering equipment a c Particular requirements. Part 11 Electromechanical meters for active energy classes 0 5 1 and 2. Replaces particular requirements of IEC 60521 1988 2 edition. IEC 62053 22 2003 Electricity metering equipment a c Particular requirements Part 22. Static meters for active energy classes 0 2 S and 0 5 S. AS 62053 22 Electricity metering equipment a c Particular requirements Part 22 Static. meters for active energy classes 0 2 S and 0 5 S, Replaces particular requirements of IEC 60687 1992 2 edition. IEC 62053 23 2003 Electricity metering equipment a c Particular requirements Part 23. Static meters for reactive energy classes 2 and 3, Replaces particular requirements of IEC 61268 1995 1 edition. IEC 62053 31 1998 Electricity metering equipment a c Particular requirements Part 31. Pulse output devices for electromechanical and electronic meters two wires only. IEC 62053 61 1998 Electricity metering equipment a c Particular requirements Part 61. Power consumption and voltage requirements, IEC 62059 11 2002 Electricity metering equipment a c Dependability Part 11 General. This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. IEC 62059 21 2002 Electricity metering equipment a c Dependability Part 21. Collection of meter dependability data from the field. This part is a standard for type testing electricity meters It covers the particular requirements. for meters being used indoors and outdoors in large quantities worldwide It does not deal. with special implementations such as metering part and or displays in separate housings. This standard is intended to be used in conjunction with IEC 62052 11 When any requirement. in this standard concerns an item already covered in IEC 62052 11 the requirements of this. standard take precedence over the requirements of IEC 62052 11. This standard distinguishes, between accuracy class index 1 and accuracy class index 2 meters. between protective class I and protective class II meters. between meters for use in networks equipped with or without earth fault neutralizers. The test levels are regarded as minimum values that provide for the proper functioning of the. meter under normal working conditions For special application other test levels might be. necessary and should be agreed on between the user and the manufacturer. This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. STANDARDS AUSTRALIA, Australian Standard, Electricity metering equipment AC Particular requirements.
Part 21 Static meters for active energy classes 1 and 2 IEC 62053 21. Ed 1 0 2003 MOD, Any table figure or text of the international standard that is struck through is not part of this. standard Any Australian New Zealand table figure or text that is added is part of this. standard and is identified by shading, This part of AS 62053IEC 62053 applies only to newly manufactured static watt hour meters. of accuracy classes 1 and 2 for the measurement of alternating current electrical active. energy in 50 Hz or 60 Hz networks and it applies to their type tests only. It applies only to static watt hour meters for indoor and outdoor application consisting of a. measuring element and register s enclosed together in a meter case It also applies to. operation indicator s and test output s If the meter has a measuring element for more than. one type of energy multi energy meters or when other functional elements like maximum. demand indicators electronic tariff registers time switches ripple control receivers data. communication interfaces etc are enclosed in the meter case then the relevant standards for. these elements also apply, It does not apply to, watt hour meters where the voltage across the connection terminals exceeds 600 V. line to line voltage for meters for polyphase systems. portable meters, data interfaces to the register of the meter. reference meters, Regarding acceptance tests a basic guideline is given in IEC 61358.
The dependability aspect is covered by the standards of the IEC 62059 series. This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. 2 Normative references, The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references only the edition cited applies For undated references the latest edition. of the referenced document including any amendments applies. References to international standards that are struck through in this clause are replaced by. references to Australian or Australian New Zealand Standards that are listed immediately. thereafter and identified by shading Any Australian or Australian New Zealand Standard that. is identical to the International Standard it replaces is identified as such. IEC 60736 1982 Testing equipment for electrical energy meters. IEC 61358 1996 Acceptance inspection for direct connected alternating current static watt. hour meters for active energy classes 1 and 2, www standards com au Standards Australia. AS 62053 21 2005 Electricity metering equipment AC. Particular requirements Static meters for active energy. classes 1 and 2 IEC 62053 21 Ed 1 0 2003 MOD, This is a free 9 page sample Access the full version online. The remainder of this document, is available for purchase online at. www saiglobal com shop, SAI Global also carries a wide range of publications from a wide variety of Standards Publishers.
Variations to IEC 62053 21 Ed 1 0 2003 are indicated at the appropriate places throughout this standard

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