CP1203

Formal title: Replacement of the ‘Accuracy Requirements’ Tables in the Compliance Testing Appendix to BSCP601

Current Status

Submission
Assessment
CPC Consultation
Committee Decision
Awaiting Implementation
Implemented

Summary

BSCP601 ‘Metering Protocol Approval and Compliance Testing’ sets out the process by which Meter Manufacturers, Meter Operator Agents, Suppliers, Half Hourly Data Collectors (HHDCs) and Half Hourly Meter Equipment users can apply for Compliance Testing and Protocol Approval of Half Hourly metering Equipment.     The appendix to BSCP601 entitle ‘Specification Compliance Testing of Metering Equipment Codes of Practice One, Two, Three and Five’ sets out the tests that a Compliance Testing Agent must perform on an item of Metering Equipment in order to determine whether the accuracy and functionality of that item of Metering Equipment conforms or otherwise to the requirements set out in a particular Code of Practice (CoP).     CP1203 proposes the replacement of the ‘Accuracy Requirements’ tables in the appendix to BSCP601, as they currently specify inappropriate limits of error for compliance testing of Metering Equipment. This change will remove any potential confusion in the accuracy requirements for compliance testing going forward.

Progression

CP1203 was raised on 6 July 2007. CP1203 was issued for Industry Impact Assessment as part of CPC00609 on 6 July 2007. CP1203 was presented to the ISG on 28 August 2007 for a decision on Progression. The ISG approved CP1203 for inclusion in the February 2008 Release. CP1203 was presented to the SVG on 4 September 2007 for a decision on Progression. The SVG approved CP1203 for inclusion in the February 2008 Release. CP1203 was implemented on 28 February 2008 as part of the February 2008 Release.

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