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Dumb smart meters

bandicoot (Elite) posted this on Sunday, 5th March 2017, 16:38

They tell you to fit smart meters for accuracy, yet SSE smart meters went nuts this week.

The BBC news has told of social media postings of customers getting quoted up to £20,000 for a days usage of gas and electricity.

SSE apologised and said customer's would not be charged from resulting errors

You can legally refuse a smart meter as I have. I am glad I have.

RE: Dumb smart meters

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Thursday, 16th March 2017, 19:56

http://boingboing.net/2017/03/11/unaccountable-algorithms.html

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A team from the University of Twente and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences have published a paper demonstrating gross overbillings by smart energy meters, ranging from -32% to +582% of actual power consumption.



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RE: Dumb smart meters

admars (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 16th March 2017, 20:49

I'm pretty sure, the reader that you can see, is just supposed to be an indication of what you've paid that day, the info going back to base is the same as if you read the meter and let them know.

I'm pretty sure of that, as that, as roughly what I see the meter go up to each day, *30 is about what I pay each month, which is similar to what I was paying before, but now I get to see where the money goes, and am looking forward to summer so that the tumble drier isn't on.

I'm also glad my missus doesn't drink hot drinks, and we're not making formula any more!

I don't think those ppl that saw their smart meters go ludicrously high were actually charged that

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RE: Dumb smart meters

bandicoot (Elite) posted this on Saturday, 16th February 2019, 03:22

Knew this was coming.....
Insurance companies are starting to exclude liability coverage for harm from RF-EMF/wireless radiation, which is regarding smart meters and mobile phones, etc that use wireless systems.

Shows you how seriously the insurance companies are taking the dangers of this technology possibly affecting the human body over a period of time.

Note: It is the law in the UK to refuse a smart meter if you do not want one. The only way a utility company can insist on a smart meter being fitted is if your analogue meter is too old. But you have the right to get it set on DUMB, which does not emit Wifi emf signal, and just send in email power readings. 

http://stopsmartmeters.org.uk/lloyds-of-london-excludes-liability-coverage-for-harm-from-wireless-radiationrf-emf/

RE: Dumb smart meters

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Wednesday, 14th August 2019, 22:22
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RE: Dumb smart meters

bandicoot (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 15th August 2019, 18:30

So they know now when your taking a dump. This is taking data collection to the bottom of the pile 

I suppose this information could be useful to toilet roll makers 

Bandi tip: to confound any potential break-in thief's if they are watching your flush pattern, just train your parrot to flush the toilet when your out, so it can get fresh drinking water.

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