Itron Meter Codes

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    • Joy Prepaid Electricity Meter. Error Code: Detail. 2: Incorrect data format3: Fail to verify the token, i.e.
    • Utility Systems Prepaid Water Meter. Error Code: Detail. Hexing Prepaid Electricity Meter. Error Code: Detail. Itron Prepaid Electricity Meter. Error Code: Detail. 0.00: Zero Credit On MeterAccEPt: Token AcceptedrEJEct: Token Entered Wrong, Not For The MeterOld: Token To OldUSEd: Token Was Used BeforeLoc Out: Went In Lock-out For 30Min, Tripped 5 TimesOvEr Po: Power OverloadSend in9: Communicating With Metering UnitEEEEE 01: Meter Memory Failure (Return To Supplier)EEEEE 02: Negative Amount On Meter, TamperEEEEE 03: Tamper Switch Was ActivatedEEEEE 04: Meter Disconnected With External DeviceEEEEE 13: Token Entered IncorrectlyEEEEE 20: Contact Supplier (Communication Error)EEEEE 21: Contact Supplier.
      • Error Code: Detail. FFFFFFff: Maximum Credit ReachedDDDDDDdd: Duplicate TokenEEEEEEee: Data Entry Error00000000: Old Token.
      • Error Code: Detail. Error Code 1: CreditError Code 2: Over powerError Code 3: EarthError Code 4: Test allError Code 5: Trip testError Code 6: External disconnectError Code 7: LockoutError Code 8: Voltage failError Code 9: TamperError Code 10: NovramError Code 11: Phase error.
      • Error Code: Detail. 2: Incorrect data format3: Fail to verify the token, i.e.
      • ACE9000 SSP PLC Error Codes:. OOOOO – Old token: Token received is older than the oldest token on the TID stack.UUUUU – Used token: Token received is already present on the TID stack.XXXXX – Key expired: Token received whose TID (highest byte) is greater than the KEN value.DDDDD – Default key: Credit tokens are rejected with this message when the meter has a Default key (DDTK).EEEEE 02 – NVM failure: One or more of the secure stores are invalid.EEEEE 04 – Overflow error: Token cannot be accepted because it causes an overflow.
        • How to stop your Prepaid Electricity Meter beeping:. Different prepaid meter brands and models, have different ways that you can use to mute the beeping sound.
        • The most common form of beeping ‘annoyance’ is when a prepaid meter is running low – the range can be anywhere from 50 units remaining down – the easiest way to stop the beeping is to top the meter up.
        • Hexing – Press 812 followed by hash (#), or press 812 then ‘Enter’ key. Nirav Star Instrument – Press 1037 then hit ‘Enter’ button 3 times.
      • Actaris – Long press the ‘Enter’ button. Inhemeter – Press 016 or 017 then ‘Enter’ or hash (#) button.
      • Itron (ACE 9000 Split Meter and others) – Long press the ‘Enter’ button.
  • Intech – Press 812 then hash (#) button.
    General Information

    • The Itron Centron-Type C1SR electric consumption meter is a state-of-the-art electric billing meter that transmits readings via radio waves.
    • However, you can read the meter directly to monitor your usage and help determine if you are wasting or overusing electricity. The easy-to-read digital display indicates the number of kilowatt-hours used with three rotating, flashing dots on the display that indicate single watt-hours.
    • Video of the Day . Read the five digits displayed in the LCD panel in the center of your Type C1SR meter.
      • The number to its left represents one hundred kilowatt-hours, the one to the left of that (the middle number) one thousand kilowatt-hours and the number second to the left of the display represents ten thousand kilowatt-hours.
      • Advertisement . Write down the numbers that you see so you have them for future reference. Pay attention to the three indicator dots that flash on and off below the last two digits at the bottom right of the LCD panel.
      • If you see the dots flashing on and off quickly, turn off appliances that are running in your home and check the meter each time you turn one appliance off to see how much it reduces the speed of the flashing dots.
      • Read your meter every week or so, especially during peak usage times, such as when you run your air conditioner.
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        Figure 4: CENTRON 20 Amp Metrology
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      Product Availability
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        Battery
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        Figure 5: CENTRON Personality Module Assembly
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        Covers
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      Display Functions
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      Specifications
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        Electrical
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        Operating Environment
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        Characteristic Data
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        Burden Data
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        Technical Data
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        Dimensions
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          Figure 6: Dimensions
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          C1SD/C1ST/C1SL Dimensions
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        Shipping Weights
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        Figure 7: C12.19 C1SD/T/L C1SR2/R3 Dimensions
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    Installation

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      Inspection
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        Battery
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      Storage
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      Unpacking
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      Selecting a Site
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      Installing the Meter into Service
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      Programming the C12.19 C1SD,T, L Meter
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      Retrofitting with Personality Modules
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      Figure 8: Removing the Board-To-Board Connector
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      Figure 9: New Module Snap-In
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      Figure 10: Circuit Board Notches
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      Figure 11: Board-To-Board Connector, Bottom
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      Figure 12: Board-To-Board Connector, Top
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    Operation: Base Metrology

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      CENTRON 1S, 2S CL200, and 3S
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      Figure 13: Power Measurement Principle in 2S Meter
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      Figure 14: Simplified CENTRON Architecture
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      Centron 2S Cl320, 4S, 12/25S
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      Figure 15: Hall Cells and Adcs
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    Operation: C1S Version

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      Figure 16: C1S LCD Personality Module
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        Physical Description (Personality Modules)
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        Registers
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          Kilowatt Hours
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          Figure 17: Mounted C12.19 D/T/L Register
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          Resetting Values (ZRO-C2A)
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          Figure 18: ZRO-C2A Resetter Connected to the CENTRON
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        LCD Display Function
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        Figure 19: Reverse Side of ZRO-C2A Resetter
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        Figure 20: LCD
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        Non-Detented Register
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        Detented Register
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        Net Register
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        Figure 21: Non-Detented Register
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        Figure 22: Delivered Kwh with Detent Enabled
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        Figure 23: Net Kwh
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        Segment Check
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        Factory Programming Options
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          Display Timing
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          Digits and Multipliers
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          Figure 24: Segment Check
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    Operation: C1SR Version

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      Figure 25: CENTRON C1SR Meter
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        Standard Consumption Message (SCM)
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        Interval Data Message (IDM)
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        Physical Description (C1SR)
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        C1SR Display
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        Figure 26: C1SR LCD
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        C1SR Electronic Detent
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        Net Metering
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        Resetting Values (C1SR)
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        Transmission
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          FCC Regulations
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        Testing the RF Message
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        Tamper Detection
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          Testing the C1SR Tamper Counter
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            SCM Testing
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        Retrofitting the C1SR Personality Module
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        Figure 27: C1SR FCC Label Location
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    Operation: C1SC Version

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      Figure 28: CENTRON C1SC
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        Physical Description
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        Transmission Scheme
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        FCC Regulations
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        Display Functions
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        Figure 29: Cellnet Telemetry
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        Resetting Values
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        Programming the C1SC/CN1SC
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        Figure 30: C1SC LCD
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        Figure 31: C1SC/CN1SC Programming Port Location
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    Operation: C12.19 C1SD, C1ST, and C1SL Versions

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      Figure 32: CENTRON C1SL Meter
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        Features
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        Type Codes
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        Controls and Indicators
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        Figure 33: Controls and Indicators
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        Modes of Operations
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          Normal Mode
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          Alternate Mode
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          Test Mode
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            Test Mode Timeout
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            Test Mode Lockout
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        Displays
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        Optical Port
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        Programmable Functions
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          Energy Data Display Items
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          Demand Data Display Items
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          Informational Data Display Items
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          Demand Registers
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          Demand Calculations
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            Demand
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            Block Interval Demand Calculation
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            Rolling/Sliding Demand Interval Calculation
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            Thermal Emulation
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            Cumulative Demand Values
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            Continuous Cumulative Demand Values
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            Present Demand
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            Previous Demand
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            Projected Demand
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            Peak Demand (Maximum Demand)
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            Coincident Demand
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            Multiple Peaks
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          Demand Reset
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          Cold Load Pickup
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          Tou/Load Profile Meters
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          Self Reading and Snapshot Registers
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          Time-Of-Use
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            TOU Schedules
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            Calendar Schedule
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            Registers
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            TOU Operation
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          Load Profile Specifications
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            Capacity
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            Bit Resolution
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            Interval Lengths
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            Power Outage
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            Channel Configurations
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            Data Storage
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            Recording Duration
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          Optional Features
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            Event Log
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            Security Codes
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            Firmware Upgrades
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          Power Procedures
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            Applying Power
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            Power down Procedures
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            Battery Life (Load Profile & TOU)
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          Three Button Reset
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          RF Options
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    Testing, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance

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      Testing Support Features
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        Infrared Test LED
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        Pulse Detector
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        Figure 34: Test LED Location
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        Annunciators
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          Watthour Annunciators
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          Figure 35: Pulse Detector
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          TOU Rate Annunciators
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          Test Mode Annunciator
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        Testing with the Infrared Test LED
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        Figure 36: TOU Rate Annunciator
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        Testing Using the Disk Emulation Annunciator
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      Recommended Energy Testing Procedures
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        AEP Test Codes
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      Field Testing
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        Required Hardware
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        Test Method Using a Snap Switch Assembly
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      Troubleshooting
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        Fatal Errors
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          Error Codes (C1SR)
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          Error Codes (C12.19 C1SD/T/L)
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        Non-Fatal Errors
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      Inspecting and Troubleshooting-General
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        Blank Display
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        Time and Date Wrong (TOU Version)
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        No Accumulation of Kwh or Kw
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        Software Cannot Communicate with Module
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        Reed Switch Does Not Activate the Alternate Mode
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        Reset Mechanism Does Not Initiate Demand Reset
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        Demand Reset Cannot be Initiated through PC or Handheld
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        Test Mode Switch Does Not Place Meter in Test Mode
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      Inspecting and Troubleshooting-C1S LCD and C1SR
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        Blank Display
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    Specifications and Drawings

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      Specifications
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      Drawings
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      Figure 37: Form 1S Wiring Diagram
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      Figure 38: Form 2S Wiring Diagram
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      Figure 39: Form 3S 120V Wiring Diagram
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      Figure 40: Form 3S 240V Wiring Diagram
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      Figure 41: Form 4S Wiring Diagram
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      Figure 42: Form 12S Wiring Diagram
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      Figure 43: Form 25S Wiring Diagram
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    Glossary of Terms

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    Index