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#213356 - 04/13/14 09:32 PM Landis & Gyr Meter Wiring
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Loc: Singapore
I bought a refurbished L&G Kilowatthour meter, type CL14, to control usage in a tenanted room. Most of the labels are in German.

On the inside cover of the terminal block is a schematic as follows:

[img]https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B41tmRWocSmjckdiUDVZa2tSakU/edit?usp=sharing[/img]

Can I take it that incoming should be at 1(L) and 4(N) and the outgoing at 3(L) and 6(N)?

The actual terminals are as shown below:

[img]https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B41tmRWocSmjaVRiR04tbi1PNDA[/img]

The criss-crossing of the incoming and outgoing cables are unusual compared with other meters (Actaris) I have seen.

Thanks.

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#213357 - 04/14/14 06:38 AM Re: Landis & Gyr Meter Wiring [Re: Hermes]
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That's indeed unusual! I read the diagram exactly as you did though. Most meters would have the N terminals in the middle.

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