In general, magnets do not work on digital meters because digital meters use electronic sensors to measure the amount of electricity used, and these sensors are not affected by magnets.

Digital electric meters use a system of electronic sensors and microprocessors to measure the amount of electricity consumed by a household or business. These sensors are not based on the same mechanical principles as traditional electric meters, and they are not affected by magnets. However, it is important to note that digital electric meters can be affected by other types of interference, such as radio frequency interference, which can cause inaccurate readings.

Attempting to tamper with an electric meter, whether it is a traditional or digital meter, is illegal and can result in fines or legal action. It is important to ensure that electric meters are working properly and accurately measuring the amount of electricity consumed, as inaccurate measurements can lead to higher bills and potential safety hazards.