Electricity Advisor is compatbile with most smart meters in Australia. Find your supported smart meter below to locate your meter’s impulse rate, and where to attach your Electricity Advisor self adhesive plastic mount:

EDMI Meters

Mk7A
Mk7C
Mk10A
Mk10D

Elster

A1100

Itron

ACE2000 Type 292
ACE1000 SMO
EM211 Type 902

Landis + Gyr

E350
EM500
EM1000
EM1200
EM3330
EM5100

MATelec

Type FKW-14110

Nilsen

EMS 2500

PRI / Secure

i-Credit 400
i-Credit 500/510/511
i-Credit 500b
Sprint 200
Sprint 211

Electricity Advisor will most likely work with your smart meter. There are many different models of smart meters on the market. Send a photo of your smart meter to Contact Us and we will be happy to help.

Some smart meters, including EDMI, don’t display the impulse rate so you may need to test your meter to find the correct impulse rate.

Install your Electricity Advisor on your meter’s impulse rate light. This light indicates your electricity consumption. The light’s location will vary depending on your meter type. On an EDMI meter it is usually indicated as pulse 1.

Choose an appliance such as a kettle which consumes a constant amount of electricity. When the kettle is turned on your usage should increase by approximatly 2kW.

Example:

Enter 1000 imp/KWH in the impulse rate settings on the app. The usage should increase by 2kW (2000W) when the kettle is turned on.

If the usage only increases by 1kW (1000W) you will need to change the impulse rate settings in the app to 500.

If the usage only increases by 0.2kW (200W) you will need to change the impulse rate settings in the app to 100.

py to help.

Electricity Advisor works with most solar smart meters.

Check your meter at midday on a sunny day. It is compatible if the pulse 1 light stops flashing while your solar system is exporting to the grid. If the pulse 1 light flashes while your solar system is exporting to the grid the meter is NOT compatible with the Electricity Advisor.

The Electricity Advisor is designed for home use and is not recommended for commercial use.

There may be compatibility issues due to the settings used on commercial meters which could result in incorrect readings.