Technical parameters of e-meters are defined by totally outdated standards today. These standards do not reflect current state of knowledge and real state on the power supply system.
The aim of this article is to show how it is possible to measure harmonics and with high accuracy. In the previous article (Metering X/2014 page XX) demonstrated why and how they arise harmonics on the network and that the level of these harmonics often exceeds the amplitude and frequency range defined in the relevant standards. The conclusion was spoken of the energy needs of the harmonic measure.
It seems that there is something wrong with current system’s interoperability. In the beginning, there were plenty of presentations about how smooth and reliable future operations would be because of interoperability.