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In March we got 160 Units.
In April we got 400 Units.
In May we got around 900 Units.
In June now, we have got 2100 units !!!
For July, i just checked the meter and we have spent around 1000 Units for this month. I want to know is there a way of checking if my Meter is running fast? because i find it hard to beleive that from 400 units our bill jumped up by 1600 units when we are using almost the same amount of electricity??
Type of Meter ? Digital or old gear type meter ?
Did your meter recently got changed during past few months? Can you compare your recent months bills to last year bills ?
Are there two connections in the same house? If yes, what is the 2nd meter type ? Digital or old analog ?
The best way to check your meter is to turn off every thing and connect a 100 Watt old incandescent bulb. This is because old filament type bulb is a purely resistive and known load of 100W. Now count the revolutions of the wheel in one minute. On most of the meters, No of Rev/KWh is written (e.g. 400 Rev/KWh). If you are able to count the number of revolutions in one minute, you can simply do some maths to check if your load is really read by the meter as 100W or more.
100W bulb is 0.1KW load and it should cause the 400Rev/KWh meter to count 40 Rev/Hour or 0.666 Rev/Minute
If your meter is digital, then it should show itself how much KW is connected.