How to read my prepayment meter?
|*||Press before entering codes|
|#||Press after entering codes|
|#||Press to see amount of credit left|
|1||Credit time left in Days|
|2||Cost of Previous Day/Week/Month|
|3||Unit rate and no of units used|
|4||Last 5 powercodes entered|
|5||Total money entered into meter|
|6||Electricity being used in KWH|
|8||Highest consumption in any half-hour + last 24hours + when|
|9||Total units used|
|0||Display test, time & date|
How to read my credit meter?
Read the numbers from left to right and include any zeros (most meters display readings to at least one – sometimes two – decimal places).
Some meters show the decimal point on the display. Others use red digits to show decimal points (0.1 and 0.01 of a unit). Please don’t include the decimal points in your mete reading.
How to read my import / export meter?
To take your export meter reading please:
- Press the blue button until you see a small ‘5’ in the corner of the display.
- The reading shown beside the small ‘5’ is your export meter reading.
If your import/export meter does not have blue button like the meter above and is automatically scrolling between a T – reading and an R – reading please note that is the R – reading which shows your total exported units.
How to read my Economy 7 Credit meter?
There are two types of Economy 7 meter – how you read your meter will depend on which type you have.
- The first type has two displays – the top row is for your day rate electricity and is marked ‘Normal’ and the bottom row, which is marked ‘Low’, shows night rate. When you read your Economy 7 meter, always check both displays.
- The second type has a single row of numbers that shows your day rate electricity usage. To get a reading for your night rate electricity, press the red button.
How to read my Economy 7 Prepaid meter?
Press number 3 on the keypad meter until you see R1 KWH and note the number. Press number 3 again until you see R2 KWH and note the number finally press number 3 again until you see R3 KWH, note the number.
Find out more about meter readings HERE.