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English to Polish translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Energy / Power Generation / meter reading, meter data
English term or phrase:energy tolerance
Building on Itron’s long-time leadership in interval data collection and management, the IEE MDM solution captures this expertise to:
Validate meter data. IEE MDM provides a number of standard validations, like energy tolerance and high/low checks, and allows users to write customised validation logic as configuration without the need for custom programming.
Dotarłem do takiego dokumentu: http://www.aemo.com.au/electricityops/700-0118.pdf
Where possible, validation of load profile data by comparison of energy values obtained from the Pulse or Engineering unit load profile file(s) and the meter cumulative registers (energy tolerance) – It is acknowledged that this check would not identify CT ratio changes on site after initial commissioning which have not been advised to the Metering Data Agent.
The Energy Tolerance Check is a validation check is an industry standard validation of load profile data against register information. The load profile is integration over a period of time know as the
interval. This interval of integration is recorded inside the device at each interval. The registers count permanently the pulse output from the device. These pulses have an equivalent to transform
them into energy or power units. The energy tolerance check is used to determine how “accurate” the recordings between load profile and the registers are, given a tolerance for the offset of time
when the device is actually read. Since the load profile is stored in a precise moment in time inside the database, the register information is instantaneous, i.e., at the precise moment when the device
is read. Those events normally do not occur at the same moment in time, this offset is the tolerance that must be set by the user.