Usually when I see two 200 amp service panels there is a CT can and a CL 10 meter. At this morning’s inspection, there were two 200 amp panels, but there was no CT can (I think), and there was a CL 200 meter. The meter cab was larger than normal, but smaller that the CT cans I am used to seeing. Can they fit the current transformers in the meter cab in the photo? Am I correct in stating that this is a 200 amp service as limited by the meter, or is this a 400 amp service? The lateral conduit looked large enough for a 400 amp service. Is there any issue with potentially too much current running through the meter, or is the meter only metering shunt current (is that the right wording)? Or maybe its OK because the load calc worked out to under 200 amps??? 3550 SF home, all electric, 2 water heaters, 2 ovens, lots of bells and whistles. Thoughts?