There are two types of Meters. Mechanical Meter and Digital Meter. Mostly nowadays, all major companies and consumers use digital meters. Because it is very effective and its accuracy is perfect. This article will tell you How to Check Units in a Digital Electric meter. And also we’ll give you some introduction to Mechanical meter. This article will also describe how to Check the Digital Electric Meter reading.
How to read Electric Meter and Calculate it
We also called this meter an analog meter. Nowadays, nearly every consumer and company uses digital meters; some still use Mechanical/Analog meters. So we decided to explain the method of reading Mechanical meters. Some important things we mentioned in the image below with the diagram are read it carefully. And now, write your meter reading and subtract it from last month’s Meter reading and get the actual consumed units of the current month.
How To Read WAPDA Digital Meter Reading
Digital meters are commonly used for commercial and domestic purposes. Because digital meter accuracy is more accurate than the mechanical or Analog meter, when you start meter reading, keep in mind these points.
- Always Read the figures from left to right.
- You don’t need to read the digit after the decimeter.
- A button is installed in some digital meters to cycle through the numbers on display.
How to Calculate Electricity Bill from Digital Meter Reading
Digital Electric Meter Price in Pakistan
Many Companies are manufacturing digital electric meters or sub-meters in Pakistan; some imported meters are also available in the country. Prices vary depending on the Quality of the product. Midrange Meters Prices start from 800 PKR to 3000 PKR. Most Pakistani companies purchase Digital meters instruments from China and assemble them in Pakistan with their brand Label. Our opinion is if you want to buy a meter from a brand Because Brands don’t compromise on Quality, always try to buy famous brands. Some digital meter brands are mentioned below. In Pakistan, you can find it on Daraz and OLX also.
How to calculate electricity bill from meter reading
How to calculate electricity bill in Pakistan
1. Calculate Your Total Electricity Usage: The first step is calculating your monthly electricity usage. This information is available on your electricity bill.
2. Determine Your Electricity Tariff: Once you know your total electricity usage, you need to determine the electricity tariff applicable to you. The tariff is based on your location, type of connection, and total electricity usage.
3. Calculate Your Electricity Bill: Now that you know your electricity tariff, you can calculate your electricity bill. To do this, multiply the total electricity usage by the applicable tariff. This will give you the total cost of electricity for the month.
4. Add Taxes and Other Charges: Add applicable taxes and charges to the electricity bill. These additional charges may include fixed charges, fuel surcharges, and taxes. Once you have added all applicable charges, you will have your monthly electricity bill.
Some Famous Brands/Stores Of Digital Meters
We try to collect the data of some digital meter manufacturers to ease our website, visitors. The undermentioned companies sell digital electric meters. Please visit their stores chat with them in detail, and read opinions and reviews.
- Al-Hutaib Electric Co
- Iotroniks Engineering Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. Karachi.
- Mindificient Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
- Mindificient Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
- Square Tech Engineering. Karachi.
- Smartek Energy And Construction (SMC PVT) LTD. Lahore.
- Electric Multan. Multan.
- trafo Link. Lahore.
(Digital Meter Read in Detail)
Mechanical Electric Meter
How Many kWh Makes a Unit?
How to read kWh meter reading? As We know, one kilowatt-hour (kWh) equals 1 Unit. And if a 1000 watts Bulb uses electricity for ten hrs., it uses Ten units of electricity. For example, if 1 unit is of 5 PKR, we can find the monthly cost as.. 1000 Watts*10 Hrs.*30 Days= 300000 watts/hour.
Variations on watts:
- 1 kilowatt (kW) = 1,000 watts (W)
- 1 megawatt (MW) = 1,000 kilowatts (kW)
- 1 gigawatt (GW) = 1,000 megawatts (MW)
Variations on kilowatt-hours:
- 1 kilowatt hour (kWh) = 1,000 watt hours (Wh)
- 1 megawatt-hour (MWh) = 1,000-kilowatt hours (kWh)
- One gigawatt-hour (GWh) = 1,000-megawatt hours (MWh)
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