Iskra smart energy meters comply with Germany’s Eichrecht calibration law

Germany’s Eichrecht standard is designed to ensure transparent measurement and billing of energy dispensed from EV charging stations. To meet the standard’s requirements, charging stations must have a certified energy meter that correctly measures the amount of energy delivered in kWh, and physically displays this value to consumers.

Slovenian electronics manufacturer has earned the Module D certificate for its WM3M4C energy meters, which signifies full compliance with the German Eichrecht standard.

Iskra’s WM3M4C is a smart energy meter intended for energy measurement in EV charging stations. It’s designed to be physically compact, supports both three-phase and single-phase chargers, and features digital signing for the charging event.

Source: Iskra

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