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Please email us at info@irrigation.org.au if you would like to be added to the forum and you can then make a post and be notified when new posts are made. Due to the many spam registrations received we have elected to have a manual system to ensure only CMIs/DQPs are members of the forum.

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Metrological Assurance Framework 2 (MAF2)

Rules and guidance for the use and regulation of non-urban water meters

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General Questions from CMIs/DQPs

If the information you require is not listed in the categories below then please ask your question/comment here and Irrigation Australia will find the expert response

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Storage meter calibr...

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How to Become a Certified Meter Installer & Validator (CMI)

Interested in becoming qualified to install and validate non-urban water meters in Australia then follow these three steps:

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Step 1: Register for...

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Governance Officer - Metering

The Governance Officer - Metering position resulted from a funding agreement between the Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) on behalf of basin and non-basin jurisdictions and Irrigation Australia. Read more here about the Governance Officer - Metering and contact details

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Adding CPD Points - Process & Table of Eligible Points

CMIs/DQPs are required to add 10 CPD points every two years and this topic explains the process and method to add points

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NSW In-situ meter accuracy procedures guide

A best practice guide for duly qualified persons performing in-situ accuracy testing on non-urban water meters in NSW

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In-situ meter testin...

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Guidelines for the Use of Tamper Evident Seals on Non-Urban Water Meters

This Guideline for the Use of Tamper Evident Seals on Non-Urban Water Meters (the Guideline) has been developed by Irrigation Australia Limited to provide information for meter validators on appropriate placement of tamper evident seals on non-urban water meters. It is expected that meter validators will comply with the requirements of the Guideline.

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Guidelines for the U...

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Understanding Flow Disturbances

For some non-urban water meters, the National Measurement Institute (NMI) Certificates of Approval (commonly referred to as Pattern Approval Certificates) state that long lengths of upstream or downstream pipe lengths are needed to address ‘Disturbance Types 1, 2 or 3’

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Understanding Flow D...

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AS4747 Pattern Approved Meters

The National Measurement Institute of Australia checks non-urban water meters for compliance with the Australian Standard for Non-Urban water meters (AS4747). If the meter passes testing, it is pattern approved as compliant with the requirements for closed conduit meters (NMI-M10); or with the requirements for open channel meters (NMI-M11); or with the requirements of equivalent overseas standards. A pattern approved meter complies with these requirements within the operating ranges specified by the meter manufacturer.

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Pattern approved met...

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NSW DQP Portal - NEW VIDEOS UPLOADED

The DQP Portal is managed by WaterNSW and is used to submit the Validation Certificate to notify the water user that the meter installation is compliant, submit a Certificate for the design of a new open channel metering equipment after 1 April 2019 that the open channel design is compliant, generate a Report to rely on transitional arrangement to keep existing metering equipment, that the existing meter is compliant. The DQP Portal is maintained and supported by WaterNSW.

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DQP Portal Release N...

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NSW Telemetry & Data Logging (LIDs) - General Information

Under NSW’s metering rules, all surface water works, except for pumps below 200mm, need to be fitted with an accurate meter and a compatible local intelligence device (LID). A LID is a device, such as a telemetry-enabled data logger or other telemetry-capable field solution that is able to connect to a water meter and transmit metering data to government via telemetry. Is it worth noting that all other works that are captured by the metering rules need to be fitted with a compatible telemetry-capable data logger (a Local Intelligence Device or ‘LID’). Although all LIDs need to be equipped with the capability to transmit data, via telemetry to the DAS, only water users with surface water works, except pumps less than 200mm, need to utilise this capability. Other water users can choose not to utilise this capability and instead operate the LID as a data logger only.

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Can ‘multi-sensor' M...

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Code of Conduct and Complaints Procedure Policy Documents

Certification for Meter Installers and Validators is a national program provided by Irrigation Australia. Certification is a license earned by a person to certify that they are qualified to perform a job. Certification indicates that the individual has a minimum level of knowledge, skills and abilities in the view of the certifying body to perform their job to the satisfaction of industry, regulators and customers. Irrigation Australia has developed Code of Conduct and Complaints Procedure policy documents.

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Other Metering Information by Jurisdiction

Click on the relevant jurisdiction from the list below to obtain information on non-urban water metering requirements or post a question. If required Irrigation Australia will contact the appropriate regulator to obtain a response.

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Can a water user com...

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