What is the Cause of the SSE Blue Light?
Why is there a Blue Light on my SSE smart meter? I’ve seen the SSE Blue Light on many of the meters in the last few years. Now the SSE Regulator, which controls the amount of electricity generated in the electric grid, has changed its settings so that one of the major factors used to determine how much electricity is produced is no longer used. Instead the SSE smart meter now only “considers” the amount of generation that is achieved by renewable energy sources such as biomass, which are considered “alternative” energy sources.
What this means to the consumer is that your SSE electric meter no longer cares if you are using a green energy source, and will actually increase your electricity bill! The electrician who installed your smart meter should have let you know about this change. If you’re not an electrician (and even if you are, you should still get an electrician’s help when installing anything electrical) then you should call your electrician and find out exactly what your new settings are. Then you’ll be able to call your electrician and make sure that the blue light is on because the SSE Regulator has changed the setting.
Why is there a blue light on my SSE smart meter? This is actually a very simple question that can lead to a whole bunch of other questions. For example, did you know that the SSE Regulator actually alters the settings a few times per month, making the blue light come on randomly. This can have a serious effect on the performance of your electric meter.
How can I reduce my electric bill when the SSE Blue Light is showing? There are actually a couple of different things you can do with an SSE Regulator that will help reduce your electric bill. First of all, you should try to avoid putting any permanent power cords in the SSE zone. This might seem like a stupid rule, but it will be pretty impossible for you to run your green energy system without a permanent power cord in front of your electric meter.
The SSE smart meter zone is a sensitive area, so you’ll have to make sure that your electrician uses a cordless power tool whenever they’re working. If the electrician is using a corded tool, this will make the process much easier. Now, if you want to avoid having the SSE Regulator show up, there is another thing that you can do. Try turning off the power cord in the area before the electrician shows up!
Did you know that changing your batteries every six months or so can lower your energy bills by as much as 15%? When you’re running your green energy program, the electrician will take your old batteries and put them in a receptacle box that will send them to the landfill. This way you won’t have to worry about your new batteries dying and leaving your energy bill in the gutter.
Why is there a blue light on my SSE smart meter? This happens because the SSE Regulator has not received an electrical signal from the power panel. In order for the SSE Regulator to work, it must receive a power flow signal from a positive S12 voltage. Once the SSE Regulator receives an incorrect negative signal, it will show up the blue light.
If you’re seeing the blue light, there could be some problems with your power distribution or perhaps your fuse. In most cases, your power has not been shut down yet, so the reason your smart meter is showing up is that the system is trying to send an incorrect voltage. There are other reasons why SSE Regulators might show a green light besides the S12 voltage. If you see these lights, they usually mean your SSE smart meter is working properly and your system is operating correctly.