PLUS ES

Site

Metering Laboratory

Accreditation No.

62

Site No.

18603

Date of Accreditation

Address

48 - 50 Holker Street
Silverwater, NSW 2128
Australia

pluses.com.au

Contact

Mr Garry Jeffery P: +61 (02) 87193121

Availability

Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Withdrawn

ISO/IEC 17025 (2005)

Calibration

  • The uncertainty of measurement is reported as an expanded uncertainty having a level of confidence of 95% unless stated otherwise
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Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
DC and low frequency electrical metrology - Electrical measurement and test equipment Electricity meters Active energy; Reactive energy Comparison with a reference standard

Accuracy requirement of single and polyphase electricity meters by the methods of - AS 1284.1, AS 1284.13, AS 62053.21, AS 62053.22, AS 62053.23, NITP 14 National Instrument Test Procedures for Utility Meters and NMI M 6-1 Electricity Meters. Part 1: Metrological and Technical Requirements.

Functional tests for no load and starting current by the methods of the above standards.

Single-phase and Three-phase Watt-hour meters at 50 Hz across power factors 1.0 to 0.5 leading and lagging, 63.5 V AC to 300 V AC

Single-phase and Three-phase Var-hour meters at 50 Hz across power factors 1.0 to 0.5 leading and lagging, 63.5 V AC to 300 V AC
Functional tests for no load and starting tests using current from 1 mA AC, 63.5 V AC to 300 V AC


Capability

Single-phase  and Three-phase Watt-hour meters at 50 Hz across power factors 1.0 to 0.5 leading and lagging, 63.5 V AC to 300 V AC

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -
600 µWh/VAh 10 mA to < 50 mA import and export
400 µWh/VAh 50 mA to 100 A import and export

Single-phase and Three-phase Var-hour meters at 50 Hz across power factors 1.0 to 0.5 leading and lagging, 63.5 V AC to 300 V AC

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -
500 μvarh/VAh 50 mA to 100 A import and export

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