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In this study, an energy meter anti-theft device is designed in order to detect fully or partially-earthed tampering in energy meter of residential areas which contributes to non-technical loss (NTL). The device notifies the power company through Short Message Service (SMS) when it detects tampering from a particular residential area. The device detects tampering through the reading of the two current sensors that are connected to a microcontroller. The power company will get notified when onedoi:10.35940/ijrte.c6247.118419 fatcat:j4u3wnndd5glbpd44nvjoaf7we