Welcome to another course in the STEP series, Siemens Technical Education Program, designed to prepare our distributors to sell Siemens Energy & Automation products more effectively. This course covers Basics of Meter Mounting Equipment..

Upon completion of Basics of Meter Mounting Equipment you should be able to:
Identify the more common power supply systems used in residential and commercial applications
List and describe the main components of a single-position meter socket
Describe the advantage of a side wire meter socket design for an underground feed application
Explain why a bypass is sometimes needed and list the types of bypasses available for use with meter sockets
Describe important characteristics of Siemens residential and commercial meter sockets
Describe the configurations available for Siemens gang meter sockets
Explain the difference between a transformer rated meter socket and a K-Base meter socket
Explain the difference between a meter main and a meter load center combination
Explain what the term EUSERC means
Explain the difference between a continuous current rating and an interrupting rating for an overcurrent protection device
Explain the difference between the full rating method and the series rating method for overcurrent protection devices
Describe the key differences between the standard Uni-Pak Metering design and Siemens exclusive Ringless Uni-Pak Metering with Lever Bypass
List the types of modules available for Siemens Modular Metering and describe the primary use for each module type
Describe how single bolt joints are used in a Modular Metering configuration
Identify the different bypass types available for use in Modular Metering
Explain when it is necessary to center feed a main device in a Modular Metering configuration
Please fine the attached file along with the notes...