The accuracy of meter reading cannot be overemphasised. Not only from a revenue loss but also the reputation of the utilities competency overall in a community. In many cases the only contact a customer has with a utility representative is a meter reader therefore appearance, neatness and accuracy is of the utmost importance.
Meter readers are expected to notice irregularities such as missing seals, burnt out potential lamps, broken meter glass, meter sockets that have been detached, illegal service taps, leaking transformers, stopped meters or unusual usage history.
This manual provides a practice guide, with photographs of cyclometer meters, dial meters, demand meters and solid state meters, showing meters in the field with a practice sheet to record the readings and an answer sheet to check meter reading ability.
Electric Meter Reading Handbook 2nd edition with AMR updates US$179.99