Lafayette, IN, USA — (METERING.COM) — July 24, 2006 – Canada’s trade measurement regulator Measurement Canada has today granted accreditation to Landis+Gyr for verification of electricity meters throughout the territory.
The accreditation allows Landis+Gyr to audit, verify and seal meters, including its single phase electromechanical MX meters, single phase electronic FOCUS meters and electronic energy and demand polyphase S4/S4e meters, on behalf of Measurement Canada at the company’s Reynosa, Mexico plant. Landis+Gyr has further secured approval for its meter platforms, Advanced Data Infrastructure AMR/AMI endpoints and several of its manufacturing processes.
Commenting on the accreditation, Landis+Gyr director of quality Randy Revis said: “Our ISO processes laid the groundwork for meeting the additional Measurement Canada requirements. Now, our Canadian customers will benefit greatly through a streamlined audit, test and delivery process”.
Measurement Canada administers and enforces the Electricity and Gas Inspection Act as well as the Weights and Measures Act.