California ISO certifies Schweitzer Engineering metering system

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Pullman, Wa., December 2010 – Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. announced that California ISO recently certified the SEL-734 and SEL-734P Advanced Metering Systems for revenue metering.

California ISO tested and passed the SEL-734 for revenue metering use in ISO-metered entity applications.

This certification process verified metering accuracy, communications and integration capability with the California ISO communications system.

High-accuracy metering, Ethernet communications, and Itron MV-90 compatibility enabled the SEL-734 to exceed ISO requirements, making it ideal for grid intertie metering applications in California.

The affordability of the SEL-734 will allow California utilities to increase the coverage of revenue and power quality metering and, ultimately, to improve power quality. The SEL-734 includes advanced revenue metering and communications capabilities that provide additional value for the utility.

SEL advanced metering systems, including the SEL-734P, easily satisfy industry regulations, meeting and exceeding the strictest ANSI, UL, and IEC requirements of utilities and industrial companies around the world.

SEL serves the power industry worldwide through the design, manufacture, supply, and support of products and services for power system protection, monitoring, control, automation, and metering.

SEL offers unmatched local technical support, a worldwide, ten-year product warranty, and a commitment to making electric power safer, more reliable and more economical.

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