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I2: Utility Manages End-to-End Life-Cycle of the Meter System
Abstract:

An AMI system is never static; equipment is continuously being acquired, maintained, tested, replaced and retired. The process of procuring, purchasing, installing, configuring and testing new equipment is covered in a different scenario; this scenario covers trouble reports, periodic maintenance, troubleshooting, testing, record keeping and reporting, and retirement of worn equipment. Related to this scenario is the capability of the AMI system to diagnose itself, including the collection of device health indications, remote diagnostics, and optimizing operating parameters remotely.

Year Published:
2006
Source:
Southern California Edison
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