User Interface Unit Simulator

Note: For this animation we have used JavaScript ECMA2019 technology. The name already suggests the year of introduction. If it doesn’t work on your PC, it’s likely possible that you need a browser update. Usage with cellphone will be fine. Touchscreen is supported.

By now the UIU / CIU short-codes for STS prepayment meters are not unified. We have collected and merged all recent requests.
A UIU is mainly for end-customer information and for some utility requests I have my doubts. Is the customer really interested in the reactive energy in the second quadrant from two years ago? Check the four quadrant simulation to get a better idea.
Usually utility engineers will read the relevant data by optical port or review them in the AMI system.
In order to come to a standardization I would like to collect all your additional/missing items based on a three-phase meter. Short codes for unsupported items will remain at the same position, but with a ‘not in use’ indication.

The working principle

CL730S22
electronic energy meter CL730S22

During loading of this website the UIU is connected to a virtual meter. This meter is in the field since more than two years and holds all related parameters consistent.
We have initially a tamper mode for demonstration purpose. The tamper can be cleared by using the drop-down menu.

Once the tamper is cleared, the meter starts to run. You can input token with an acceptance probability of 30% or review the parameters.

Last virtual meter connection, v2.4


special events
Use the keyboard to click trough the short codes
Short CodeItem

History

Short CodeItemRecords

Thanks for taking a look.
If you have suggestions, just drop a comment. The tool will be updated from time to time.

2 Replies to “User Interface Unit Simulator”

  1. Hello Clou,

    Please are you saying the virtual meter paired to this platform are not limited to clou meters

    2) Most UIU information highlighted above are not returned on my cloud meter #54171181XYZ
    Thanks

    1. Actually it’s a case study for utilities. The short codes are not unified between the manufacturers and utilities. This is a first approach for unification. Thank you for taking a look.

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