ENERGY QUEENSLAND LIMITED

Site

Metering Laboratory

Accreditation No.

74

Site No.

24544

Date of Accreditation

12 Sep 2018

Address

524 Bilsen Road
Geebung, QLD 4034
Australia

yurika.com.au

Contact

Mr Dave Pritchard P: +61 0416103283

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Calibration

  • The uncertainty of measurement is reported as an expanded uncertainty having a level of confidence of 95% unless stated otherwise
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 Test points and accuracy requirements of single phase and poly phase electricity meters specified in AS/IEC 62053.21 clause 8, AS/IEC 62053.22 clause 8, AS/IEC 62053.23 clause 8 

Watthour meters 

At 50 Hz, 63.5 V to 240 V, 0.1 A to 20 A and 240 V, 20 A to 100 A

Varhour meters

At 50 Hz, 63.5 V to 240 V, 0.1 A to 20 A


Capability

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -

Watthour meters

0.05%/cosΦ from 0.8 lead to 0.5 lag, at 50 Hz, 63.5 V to 240 V, 0.1 A to 20 A, and 240 V, 20 A to 100 A, single phase and poly phase

Varhour meters

0.21% from -90 ° to -30 ° at 50 Hz, 63.5 V to 240 V, 0.1 A to 20 A, single phase and poly phase


DC and low frequency electrical metrology - High-voltage/high-current standards and equipmentincluding on site calibrations Current transformers; Voltage transformers Current error; Phase displacement; Voltage error Comparison with a reference standard Test points and accuracy requirements specified in AS 60044.1, AS 60044.2, AS 60044.3, AS 60044.5, AS 1243-1982, AS 1675-1986, IEC 61869-1, IEC 61869-2, IEC 61869-3, IEC 61869-4, IEC 61869-5

Capability

Including on site calibrations

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -

Current transformers (CTs) at 50 Hz

with rated primary currents from 1 A to 10 000 A
with rated secondary currents of 1 A or 5 A
and at 0.5 lagging to unity power-factor burden

0.04% for current error
0.04 crad for phase angle error


Voltage transformers (VTs) at 50 Hz

with rated primary voltages from 110/√ 3 V to 132/√ 3 kV
and rated secondary voltages of 110/√ 3 V or 110 V
and at 0.1 lagging to unity power-factor burden

0.04% for voltage error
0.04 crad for phase angle error


ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Calibration

  • The uncertainty of measurement is reported as an expanded uncertainty having a level of confidence of 95% unless stated otherwise
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 Test points and accuracy requirements of single phase and polyphase electricity meters specified in:
AS/IEC 62053.21 clause 8
AS/IEC 62053.22 clause 8
AS/IEC 62053.23 clause 8
NMI NITP 14 clause 7
Functional tests for no load and starting current by the methods of NMI NITP 14 clause 7.2

Capability

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -

Watthour meters
0.04%/cos Φ , At 50 Hz, 63.5 V to 240 V, 0.01 A to 100 A single phase and poly phase


Varhour meters
0.05%/sin Φ from sin Φ = -1 to sin Φ = -0.5 (-150 ° to -30 °) at 50 Hz, 63.5 V to 240 V, 0.01 A to 100 A single and poly phase

DC and low frequency electrical metrology - High-voltage/high-current standards and equipment Current transformers Current error; Phase displacement Comparison with a reference standard Test points and accuracy requirements specified in AS 60044.1, AS 60044.3, AS 1675 - 1986; IEC 61869-1, IEC 61869-2, IEC 61869-4

Capability

Accuracy testing of current transformers (CTs) at 50 Hz
with rated primary currents from 5 A to 1 500 A
with rated secondary current of 5 A
and at 0.5 lagging to unity power-factor burden

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -


0.1% for current error
0.15 crad for phase displacement


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