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In 1906, the Type I was redesigned by moving the terminals to a separately sealed chamber at the bottom of the meter to allow access to the terminals without having to take off the meter's cover. In all other respects, the I-8 was identical to the Type I, including the low capacity / high capacity sizes. This model also had an unique feature: the jewel screw was accessible from the outside of the meter once the terminal cover was taken off. I-8
Electrical Meterman's Handbook