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  • 19:06, 30 April 2005 . . en:User:Ali@gwc.org.uk (Talk) . . 700x762 (57531 bytes) (photograph of mechanism of an electrical induction meter (kilo-watt hour meter) Image taken by me Ali@gwc.org.uk 19:06, 30 Apr 2005 (UTC)
English: mechanism of electromechanical induction meter in UK.
  1. Voltage coil - many turns of fine wire encased in plastic, connected in parallel with load.
  2. Current coil - three turns of thick wire, connected in series with load.
  3. Stator - concentrates and confines magnetic field.
  4. Aluminium rotor disc.
  5. rotor brake magnets.
  6. spindle with worm gear.
  7. display dials - note that the 1/10, 10 and 1000 dials rotate clockwise while the 1, 100 and 10000 dials rotate counter-clockwise.
Date 19:06, 30 Apr 2005 (UTC)
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