Décision C-423/13 : 1ère décision de la Cour de Justice de l’Union Européenne sur la directive sur les instruments de mesure et les dispositifs intelligents
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Data from utility meters can be electronically transmitted to the utility. In case of deviations between the data displayed by the measurement instrument and the data transmitted reading of this display is the measurement result that serves as the basis for the price to pay. The ability of a measurement instrument to remotely read its data does not result in an additional type approval of the whole measurement system. But such a national approval process might be necessary for the transmission module which is not subject to the European Measurement Instruments Directive (MID).
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