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How can I read my digital meter?

All meters have a display or information button (clear or grey in colour) which lets you scroll through its different registers. What you’ll see will all depend on the type of meter you have.


If you live in New South Wales, Queensland or South Australia, you’ll have one of the meters pictured below installed. Have a look to see which one is yours.


Meter type: ‘Mk10D’ – Three phase, one element:

 

 

The table below shows meters register, LCD Label and Description. 

 

Register LCD Description
F03D 01 Standard Current Date and Time
1E00 03 Net Export Wh Total
IE10 13 Net Import Wh Total

 

 

 

Meter type ‘MK7C’ – One phase, one element:

 

 

LCD Description
01 Standard Current Date and Time
03 Net Export Wh Total, Cumulative Total, Unified
13 Net Import Wh Total, Cumulative Total, Unified

 

 

 

Meter type ‘MK7A2’ – One phase, two element:

 

 

LCD Description As Per Configuration
01* Standard Current Date and Time
03* Net Export Wh Total
13* Net Import Wh Total
07* Export Wh Load (Gross Solar in case of PFIT)
43 Import Wh - Controlled Load
53 Export Wh Total - General Light and Power
63 Import Wh Total - General Light and Power

 

*Some of the older meters will only have 4 LCD displays (01, 03, 07 and 13)

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