Total accumulated quantity of substance transferred.
A totalizer is a measurement feature included with some types of meters which stores or maintains a record of the accumulated quantity of some substance over time.
Totalizers can be reset to start at a particular point in time or after a certain amount has been completed. For example a totalizer can be used to determine the total quantity accumulated, which can then be used to calculate the cost of oil that has been delivered along a pipeline, or ensure the correct percentage of dose is added to a food mixing process.
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