The aim of the present work is to evaluate the power quality (PQ) required in individual customers in low voltage (LV), along an electrical circuit of 13.8 kV, in a distribution network standardized in urban area and with diversity of energy consumption profiles. Energy, including comprehended parts of the region with downside against financial rates. The data is useful in this sales environment of a Brazilian distribution company. These data were developed by the data mediation systems for a communication interface that enable to identify and evaluate PQ disturbance. The results of the surveys is compared with limits reported in Module 8 of the National Electric Energy Distribution Procedures (PRODIST), according to Brazilian Regulation Agency (ANEEL), that is, the pre-definition of rules, standards, parameters, and procedures about the quality of electric power supplied and the quality of the service provided. The PRODIST Procedure has a major analysis focused in the voltage supplied. The data sensors are based on studies of Duration Relative of Predary Stress (DRP) and Duration Relative of Transgression for Critical Stress (DRC). In this paper the results are presented and the challenged to supply this area with diversity of consumer profiles is commented.