Check Meter definition

Check Meter means the Buyer revenue-quality meter section(s) or meter(s), which Buyer may require at its discretion, and which will include those devices normally supplied by Buyer or Seller under the applicable utility electric service requirements.
Check Meter means a meter, which shall be connected to the same core of the Current Transformer (CT) and Voltage Transformer (VT) to which main meter is connected and shall be used for accounting and billing of electricity in case of failure of main meter;
Check Meter means the SCE revenue-quality meter section or meter, which SCE may require at its discretion, as set forth in Section 3.08(b), and which will include those devices normally supplied by SCE or Seller under the applicable utility electric service requirements.

Examples of Check Meter in a sentence

  • Testing procedures and standards for the Check Meter will be the same as for a comparable Buyer-owned meter.

  • Buyer shall test and recalibrate the Check Meter at least once every Term Year.

  • Buyer may, at its sole cost, furnish and install one Check Meter at the interconnection associated with the Generating Facility at a location designated by Seller or any other location mutually agreeable to the Parties.

  • Buyer shall replace the Check Meter battery at least once every 36 months; provided, however, if the Check Meter battery fails, Buyer shall promptly replace such battery.

  • If during test, any of the Main Meters is found to be within the permissible limits of error but the corresponding Check Meter is beyond the permissible limit; the energy computation will be as per the Main Meter.


More Definitions of Check Meter

Check Meter means Import and Export Meter for performing a check on the accuracy of the Bill Meter.
Check Meter means a redundant revenue quality meter which is identical to and of equal accuracy to the primary revenue quality meter connected at the same metering point which must be certified in accordance with the ISO Tariff and this Protocol.
Check Meter means a meter connected to the same core of the Current Transformer (CT) and Voltage Transformer (VT) to which main meter is connected;
Check Meter means the SCE revenue-quality meter section(s) or meter(s), which SCE may require at its discretion, and which will include those devices normally supplied by SCE or Producer under the applicable utility electric service requirements.
Check Meter means the Meter that the Generator is required to calibrate, install, commission and maintain pursuant to and in accordance with the MOF and the TSRs in respect of each Main Meter to measure Metered Volume (excluding, where the Facility is a Dual Scheme Facility, the Imported Input Electricity);
Check Meter means any subsidiary device used to verify the readings taken by a meter;
Check Meter means the Buyer revenue-quality meter section or meter(s), which Buyer may require at its discretion, as set forth in Section 3.08(b) and will include those devices normally supplied by Buyer or Seller under the applicable utility electric service requirements.