FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS Sample Clauses

FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS. As may be reasonably requested by SPP BA, Interchange Equipment Operators may be requested to supply SPP BA with frequency measurements from locations agreed to by the Parties. Operating ZoneInterchange Equipment Operators that are designated to provide frequency measurements to SPP shall provide accurate frequency measurements from these location(s) with measurement quality indication. Quality indication shall enable SPP to automatically activate the back-up frequency metering equipment upon detection of failure of the SPP’s primary source.
FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS. Operating ZoneInterchange Equipment Operators shall provide accurate frequency measurements with quality indication. Quality indication shall enable SPP to automatically activate the back-up frequency metering equipment upon detection of failure of the SPP’s primary source.

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