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Электросчетчик СТК Zt, t

Электросчетчик СТК 1-10.K55I4Zt, СТК1-10.K5I4Zt,

Компания осуществляет возврат и обмен этого товара в соответствии с требованиями законодательства.

Сроки возврата

Возврат возможен в течение 14 дней после получения (для товаров надлежащего качества).

Обратная доставка товаров осуществляется по договоренности.

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Электросчетчик СТК 1-10.K55I4Zt, СТК1-10.K5I4Zt, — популярная модель для многотарифного учета

Описание СТК 1-10.K55I4Zt, СТК1-10.K5I4Zt,

Счетчик электроэнергии — это электроизмерительное устройство, которое предназначено для учета потребляемой электроэнергии абонентом, путем специального пересчет

Однофазные счетчики СТК 1-10.K52I4Zt и СТК1-10.K55I4Zt — продолжение новой линейки бытовых счетчиков в серии «Энергия 9». Главным качеством, отличающим эти приборы от других бытовых счетчиков, является то, что они могут вести учет в условиях тарифов дифференцированных по времени суток, т. е. являются многотарифными.

Электросчетчик СТК 1-10.K55I4Zt, СТК1-10.K5I4Zt,

Счетчик может быть запрограммирован на учет электроэнергии по 12 сезонам, в каждом из которых может быть запрограммировано 8 тарифных зон. Кроме этого прибор формирует график нагрузки и журнал событий, оборудован двумя типами интерфейсов: токовая петля и оптопорт.

Предусмотрена сигнализация и защита от несанкционированных подключений. На базе этих счетчиков возможно построение АСУЭ. Счетчик функционально превосходит существующие аналоги и, при этом, его стоимость значительно ниже.

Видео СТК 1-10.K55I4Zt, СТК1-10.K5I4Zt,

• СТК — счетчик «Телекарт»;
• 1 — однофазный;
• 10 — класс точности 1,0;
• К52 (К55) — прямое включение по напряжению и по току: 220В, 5 (60) А, (220В, 10 (100) А);
• Z — функция защиты от несанкционированных подключений;
• B — возможность организации режима предоплаты;
• I4 — многотарифный учет, электронный индикатор, интерфейс, оптопорт;
• t — диапазон рабочих температур от —40 до +55 ºС;

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Canada battling U.S. protectionism, anti-oil agenda

In the first week of his presidency, Biden cancelled permits for the Keystone XL pipeline, dealing a multi-billion dollar blow to Alberta's oilpatch.

He has done little to stop Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, from trying to shut down Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline — a crucial artery that supplies oil products and natural gas to power huge portions of the Canadian economy. Experts agree its closure would be devastating to Canada — a threat to the continued operation of Toronto's Pearson International Airport and the free flow of fossil fuels to other critical industries.

A spokesperson for Biden said this week the White House is awaiting a review by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers before deciding whether to wade into a debate over the future of the controversial pipeline. Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan — who served as the natural resources minister until recently — has said the line's continued operation is "non-negotiable."

Trudeau to meet with U.S., Mexico leaders for first North American Leaders summit since 2016

While Canada lifted land border restrictions on non-essential travel this summer, the Biden administration only did away with its months-long ban on cross-border travel last week. Non-stop flights from Moscow and Beijing were arriving at New York's JFK airport while fully vaccinated Canadian travellers were turned away at land crossings in the states of Maine, New York and Washington — disrupting business, tourism and family reunification.

Legislation before the Democratic congress also threatens trade relations between two of the world's largest economies. Congress has drafted a bill, the Build Back Better Act, that would offer sizeable tax credits worth up to $12,500 to the buyers of new electric vehicles — as long as those cars and trucks are manufactured in the U.S.

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That tax measure would be a devastating development for the Canadian automotive sector, which is trying to attract new investment as the industry transitions away from internal combustion engines.

Biden's massive infrastructure bill, which he is set to sign into law tomorrow, is littered with Buy America provisions that could leave Canadian companies out of the competition for contracts potentially worth billions of dollars in government business — provisions that undermine the new NAFTA signed by the three countries just a few years ago.

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has identified this protectionist push as a significant problem but Canadian protests have so far fallen on deaf ears.

Speaking Sunday in an interview on Rosemary Barton Live, Canadian ambassador to the U.S. Kirsten Hillman reiterated the government's position that the potential tax credit could violate the North American free trade pact.

"We're still working hard to make sure that all of the relevant decision-makers realize that this isn't good for U.S. jobs, it isn't good for our shared commitments to environmental protection and EV transitions, and, frankly, it runs in the face of the commitments we've just made under CUSMA," she told CBC chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton.

David MacNaughton, who served as Canada's ambassador to the U.S. during the Trump administration, said that while the former reality TV star-turned-politician generated a tremendous amount of "unpredictability" in the Oval Office, it was still possible for Canada to advance its agenda because Trump "didn't have any particular ideology. In fact, he had no real ideology at all."

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"The problem you face with President Biden is you have some really comforting words about allies but you have, within his own party, and his own domestic agenda, some real ideologically protectionist elements which are going to cause problems in terms of our mutual economic interest. We're already seeing that," MacNaughton told CBC News.

"I think the problem with the Democrats is that a lot of them just don't really believe in global trade and really would prefer everything be done in the U.S. It's always better when you have somebody who's sympatico [rather] than someone who's constantly railing against you, but it doesn't mean it's going to be easy."

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Trudeau, Biden and Lopez Obrador to meet in person next week in Washington

The Three Amigos gathering, formally known as the North American Leaders' Summit, is not the best forum to address Canada-U.S. bilateral issues because of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's presence, said Christopher Sands, director of the Wilson Center's Canada Institute.

The Mexican leader is not particularly concerned about the future of Windsor, Ont. as a centre for car manufacturing, or if a major source of Quebec's national gas supply is in danger of going offline, he said.

"It's like, 'Yeah, we want to talk to you but not with the other guy in the room,'" Sands told CBC News. "Canada feels like an afterthought.

"But it's the Americans trying to economize the president's time and focus because there are some similarities on things like borders, North American competitiveness and economic issues with both Canada and Mexico. Just for efficiency, they're grouped together. It's the way the Americans think."

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The only major trilateral accomplishment of Trump's term — the renegotiation of the new NAFTA, the Canada-U.S.-Mexican Agreement (CUSMA) — was done without formal Three Amigos summits, Sands said.

But despite the format's shortcomings, it's still a chance to get these leaders around a table talking about issues of common interest, he added.

According to the Prime Minister's Office, Trudeau will use the short time he has before Biden to press these bilateral concerns and "discuss shared priorities and find North American solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow."

Coming off the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Trudeau is also eager to discuss the environment as the world struggles to limit the global temperature increase to 1.5 C above pre-industrial levels. López Obrador skipped COP26 and Mexico, a major oil producer, has rebuffed renewable energy projects.

"Our countries are committed to providing a better future for our people, including creating more middle class jobs, building a cleaner economy and tackling climate change and finishing the fight against COVID-19. I look forward to meeting with my counterparts to discuss a new path for our partnerships at a time when the world is facing complex global challenges," Trudeau said in a media statement.

In its own media statement, the White House pitched the summit as a way to "strengthen" the "partnership" and "revitalize our leadership and respond to a widening range of regional and global challenges." The statement says that Biden — doubtless with an eye on domestic politics — will also use the meeting to discuss "a regional vision for migration," an issue of little relevance to Canada.

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The first formal North American leaders' meeting was held in 1956 when then-U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower gathered his continental counterparts — Prime Minister Louis St-Laurent and the Mexican leader, Adolfo Ruiz Cortines — as the Cold War standoff with the Soviet Union was starting to heat up.

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