Photos of “Smart” Meters

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14 Responses to Photos of “Smart” Meters

  1. steve says:

    l live in fl . i told fpl i dont want a smart meter .they said they will replace my meter with a ditigal meter thats not a smart meter . are there ditigal meters that arent smart meters thanks

    • Hey Steve- Don’t let them get anywhere near your meter- FPL is playing games with you- defend your analog and send them a letter telling them you refuse their smart meter on your home. Getting your electricity cut off is far better than being exposed to a death meter- but they do not have the legal right to do that. We just got a call from a woman in Arizona who said that dozens of animals- dogs and cats- died after smart meters were installed in one town. These are seriously lethal and we all need to defend ourselves from this sick and twisted project. Assume that any digital meter is dangerous. The burden of proof is on the utility to prove that its safe and doesn’t emit EMF’s. Digital Utility Meters (DUM’s) have got to go!!

    • Redi Kilowatt says:

      steve,
      I don’t know what FPL has in mind, but yes, there are advanced digital meters that are not SmartMeters that PG&E has been using for about 30 years for residential customers. These digital E6/E7 meters were sold to customers who have solar systems and want to backfeed power during the day to the electrical power grid.
      The SmartMeters that PG&E chose are not advanced meters, and the telemetry( Silver Springs Networks radio smart grid) will not work with measuring the bi-directional flow of electricity.
      That is why anyone who currently has a solar or other generation system is not allowed (or I should say PG&E is not allowed to change them out with a SmartMeter), otherwise the customer would not get any credit for returning extra generated power to the local power grid. The digital meters like an E6 and the analog meters that run in reverse have always been read monthly by a meter reader, that is why PG&E will never be able to eliminate the meter readers.
      Unless you have a need for an advanced digital meter, if I were you I would refuse a digital meter, tell them that you want to keep your analog meter.
      The digital meters that are not called SmartMeter do not transmit a radio frequency, but if FPL puts some new digital meter in , you should check it with a frequency counter just to make sure.
      A radio frequency counter is used for detecting bugs, and any transmitter within range will be displayed as well as the frequency that it is transmitting on. This frequency counter is different than a field strength meter, as it does not display the power in watts, I suggest that people use both types of analyzers when it comes to the new SmartMeters.

      • Joe says:

        You DO NOT want digital meter. The rectification in it creates dirty electricity and creates all sorts of EMF’s that emanate from your electrical wiring.

    • Nick D says:

      They installed one on my home without my knowledge. and then i got an email explaining how cool my new smart meter is. Get or Make Orgonite

  2. Doug says:

    I have the one in the middle on the right(says Itron on it), and my power company says that it is not a smart meter, just a digital meter and that they both look the same.

    so basically my questions are as follows;

    1 is this true, could it be just a digital meter?

    2 if so are digital meter harmful to health? because everyone in our house seems to be having all these symptoms.

    3 they said that analog meters are no longer being made, so they can’t replace it for me, is this true?

    I have a sneaking suspicion that i was blatently lied to, and was looking for confirmation

    • Valerie says:

      Doug I typed in google is itron a smart meter and this is what I found . Yes, it is a smart meter. Actually it is called smart grid that is the same as a smart meter.

      https://www.itron.com/na/solutions/Pages/Smart%20Grid.aspx

      • lynn says:

        My meter has the old looking meter style; however no numbers listed whether analog or digital, just the five kilowatt hours. It is listed as ‘itron’ like you had looked up, but I’m thinking that itron made the analog as well?

        Does anyone know if itron did the analog as well or just the digitial? The box around the meter looks new and states B174 and is quite small compared to the photos given as examples for analog but definitely doesn’t look like a digital- no numbers to read off- odd.

  3. Teresa says:

    Hi Doug, I am wondering the same thing here. Did you find out anything?

    • Mia Nony says:

      Try looking closely at the picture, take down the model number and look it up on the Itron site. They may call it smart there.

  4. Sean Cowlishaw says:

    I live in rural Colorado and my power company installed a digital meter. I was told I had to let them install it. I was told my bill would go down due to more accurate readings. My power bill has almost doubled. Question: no one has been out to read my meter how are they getting the information if I have my WIFI locked down? The nearest house is 1/4 to 1/2 a mile away so I’m not sure how they get my info to bill me.

  5. Michael D baker says:

    Why are electric companies so adamant about us having smart meters? I wonder, is that they have been designed to read more KWh than what we actually use.

  6. That Dude says:

    This is another way for Big Brother to keep an eye on YOU as an INDIVIDUAL.

    Sure, you can call me a conspiracy theorist but isn’t global depopulation a priority according to UN Agenda 21?
    The World Health Organization (WHO) lists the “RF” signals given off by Smart Meters as possible Human Carcinogens. (Yes folks, cancer.)
    Remember the big scare a bunch of years back when is was thought that cell phone signals caused cancer?
    And “The Experts” rebutted with,”The amount from such short bursts was negligible”.
    Guess what? Smart Meters put this “RF” signal out 24/7……NOT IN SHORT BURSTS…as in a cell phone call.
    That’s just one theory.
    Ed Snowden provided us with the other.
    Big Brother is watching.
    What other reasons would the Gov’t need for building a HUUUGE electronic data storage facility in Utah.
    OOOOPS, we weren’t supposed to know about that.
    Nor the military base that’s been hidden in plain sight just outside Vegas.

    Ignorance is Bliss.

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