Electric Meter Tester Shop Salary in British Columbia, Canada
The average pay for an Electric Meter Tester Shop is $64,612 a year and $31 an hour in British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for an Electric Meter Tester Shop is between $46,932 and $79,337.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in British Columbia, Canada.
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Tests electric meters to detect cause of malfunctions and inaccuracy, and repairs meters: connects meter to test panel mounting standard meter and determines recording accuracy electric-meter tester.
Changes connections to test panel and observes whether parts, such as coils and magnet, function according to standard.
Adjusts test panel controls and observes dials to determine if meter's electrical readings are correct and turns setscrews to correct deviations.
Determines if meter gears mesh properly by tactile examination and tightens or loosens screws to make adjustments.
Adjusts timing mechanism on demand meters.
Makes minor repairs, such as replacing wornout screws, jewels, and registers, and routes meters needing major overhaul to electric-meter repairer.
May test accuracy of meters, using stroboscope to compare tested meter disk revolutions to those of standard.
May test relays relay tester.
May install and maintain test boards used to test function and accuracy of meters.
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