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Section # Title Revision Date
Section 1 Introduction 03/2016
1-1 Purpose  
1-2 Territory Maps  
1-3 Company Phone Numbers and Web Applications  
Section 2 200 Amp and Smaller - Common 01/2017
2-0 General Metering Requirements  
2-1 Basic Calculations  
2-2 100-200 Amp Single-Phase UG  
2-3 100-200 Amp Single-Phase UG with Main  
2-4 100-200 Amp Single-Phase OH  
2-5 Temporary Services  
2-6 Mobile Home Services  
2-7 100-200 Amp Three-Phase OH or UG  
Section 3 400 Amp and Larger - Common 03/2017
3-1 320 Class/400 Amp Single-Phase UG  
3-2 Hold for Future Topics  
3-3 Hold for Future Topics  
3-4 400+ Amp, 1 or 3 Phase CT Cabinets  
3-5 Space Required to Terminate In Service Entrance Panels and Switchgear  
3-6 CT's in Padmounted Transformers  
3-7 Termination Enclosures  
3-8 Standard Pad for 75 to 2500 KVA Padmount Transformers  
3-9 Working Clearances / Protective Posts for Padmount Transformers  
3-10 Location of Padmounted Transformers Near Buildings  
3-11 Multiple Metering  
3-12 Residential Deck Procedure  
3-13 Maximum Fault Currents  
3-14 Troubleshooting Peak Load Interrupters  
Section 4 Gas Metering 01/2015
4-1 Clearances to Gas Meters  
4-2 Meter Size Dimensions  
4-3 Meter Protection from Vehicles  
4-4 Mobile Home Installation  
4-5 Underground Fuel Runs  
4-6 Meter Protection from Snow and Ice  
Section 5 Miscellaneous Electric Metering 04/2017
5-1 Residential Customer Wiring  
5-2 Foundation Penetrations  
5-3 120 Volt Meter Socket  
5-4 Single-Phase 120/208 0-200 Amp, Network Metering  
5-5 Multiple Metering - Indoor/Outdoor Vertical Clearances  
5-6 Large CT Installation, Bus Bars - 2500-3000 Amp - Metering in Switchgear  
5-7 Large CT Installation, Doughnuts - 2500-3000 Amp - Metering in Switchgear  
5-8 OH Service, CT Metering  
5-9 Large Concrete Transformer Pad, 3750-5000 KVA  
5-10 Unmetered Street Lighting Decorations  
5-11 CATV Power Supplies  
5-12 Primary Metering  
5-13 Farm Pole Tops  
5-14 Residential Electric Water Heater Service Entrance - Maintenance Only - MI Only  
Section 6 Electric Service - General 01/2015
6-1 Number of Services and Voltages / Meter  
6-2 Energy Conversion Factors  
6-3 Gas Pipe Bondings  
6-4 Lightning Protection  
6-5 Stray Voltage  
6-6 EMF Guidelines  
6-7 State Regulatory Agencies  
Section 7 Clearances 03/2016
7-1 Basic Electric Clearances - Services  
7-2 Miscellaneous Clearances  
7-3 Antenna Clearances  
Section 8 Policies and Code 03/2017
8-1 Policies and Regulations - Table of Contents  
8-2 Company Policies - General  
8-3 Company Policies - Metering  
8-4 Company Policies - Utilization of Equipment  
8-5 State Code Information  

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