Operational questions related to the meters and RF modules

  1. 9. Operational questions related to the meters and RF modules
  2. 9.1. I am dependent on life-support equipment. What preventive action should I take ahead of a meter replacement?
  3. 9.2. The circuit breaker of the meter tripped: What should I do?
  4. 9.3. Why didn’t the old meter’s circuit breaker never trip?
  5. 9.4. What can I do to avoid the circuit breaker tripping?

9   Operational questions related to the meters and RF modules

9.1   I am dependent on life-support equipment. What preventive action should I take ahead of a meter replacement?

We will offer you extra care and support. Please make necessary arrangements to have a stand by power supply and contact our customer care free phone 80072222 if you have any problems or concerns. 

9.2   The circuit breaker of the meter tripped: What should I do?

Switch off the load and reset the circuit breaker.  If meter fails to energize contact customer care on free phone 80072222.

9.3   Why didn’t the old meter’s circuit breaker never trip?

The old meter did not have a circuit breaker.

9.4   What can I do to avoid the circuit breaker tripping?

You are advised to limit your load to the maximum contracted service.