Formerly - Elster Metering Products
Honeywell Metering is an industry leader and world-class provider of advanced metering products and intelligent metering solutions.
Formerly - General Electric Metering
With our I-210™ family of residential, single phase meters and our kV2c™ family of C&I polyphase meters, Aclara provides a product suite that provides complete smart metering solutions.
Knowledge to Shape Your Future
In the midst of rapidly growing populations, rising development around the world, and increasing demand, the way we manage energy and water resources will shape the future of our industry—and our planet. Itron’s decades of insight and experience can help ensure success in this critical challenge and shape a sustainable future.
Landis + Gyr
Landis + Gyr Metering
Advanced metering goes beyond a simple meter read and realizes the potential of sending and receiving information from every touchpoint on a system. Landis+Gyr technology includes two-way fixed networks for real-time communication with, and advanced programming of, advanced metering endpoints.
Underground Overhead Metering School
The UOM School is a non-profit school for electrical linemen and technicians sponsored by the City of Garden City, Kansas Electric Cooperatives, Pioneer Electric Cooperative, and Wheatland Electric Cooperative. This school has been providing quality training for the past 38 years. Instructors from around the country share their expertise during the three-day event.
400 electrical linemen and technicians with varying levels of experience enjoy classes on a wide variety of Underground, Overhead, and Metering subjects.
The school also provides more than 40 vendor displays to keep students well informed about the latest changes in technology. Displays range from underground radar equipment to bucket trucks to state of the art metering products.
TESCO - (Formerly David Dahl's Watthour Meter History)
Watthour Metering History - (U.S.)
This web site contains a brief history of most of the companies that have manufactured watthour meters in the US as well as pointing out highlights of meter development from the first crude attempts at metering to today's highly accurate electronic models. A few related events that had some impact on the companies and on meter development are also included for additional perspective.
Retirement Plaque's & Meter Lamps
The Arcman Corporation, a small Pennsylvania firm, is marking its 35th year as the world’s only business dedicated to the preservation and marketing of antique electric house meters as old-technology artifacts. Its product line incorporates brass-trimmed meters nearly a century old, restored and crafted into a series of executive desk and table lamps. When switched on, the animated meters record the lamp bulbs’ energy use.
The Bolack Electromechanical Museum is located on the B-Square Ranch south of the San Juan River. Access is along a 60 acre man-made lake, across an 1899 Railroad Bridge, which was moved some 12 miles, and up to picturesque sandstone bluffs.
Tommy Bolack has been collecting artifacts representing electric power, broadcasting, medical, agriculture and oil and gas for over thirty years. Opened to the public in 1990, the 15,000 square foot exhibit area and two acres outside, display many aspects of industrial development.
The largest standing display of slate and marble switchboard from nine power plants flank the north wall and represent the period from 1990 to 1920. The craftsmanship and ornate nature of electric meters, relays and generators have stood the test of time. Glass insulators now stand as objects of beauty along with massive generator engines. Many items are displayed so that "inside views" maybe had.