|Dimensions||1.875 × 1.828 × .765 in|
• Available with DC and AC Rectified inputs
Emico Series 13
Edgewise meters mount vertically or horizontally with a curved (13) or flat (13F) front. 5% Accuracy meters incorporate a moving magnet mechanism. Available size 2″.
Useful space-saving meters in two sizes, interchangeable with many costly d’Arsonval meters or moving magnet meters from other sources. All sizes feature flush-to-panel covers without the bulge that disfigures many edgewise meters. A low-cost option provides internal illumination through a translucent dial – sophisticated lighting unusual in any economy meter, let alone an edgewise type.
The Jewell window mount 80 series analog panel meter is designed with a crisp appearance and high visibility. Only the clean lines of the dial face appear on your panel front, providing maximum layout flexibility. This unique space-saving meter saves up to 3 cubic inches behind the panel when compared to “barrel type” meters.
The moving iron panel meters, DE 48/72/96/144 housed in cases made of molded polycarbonate are suitable for the measurement of AC currents for the frequency range of 15 to 400 Hz and voltages in the frequency range of 15 to 100Hz. Moving iron meters indicate RMS values practically independent of waveform even of high harmonics. An error of indication may occur for extreme waveforms (e.g. phase gating controls) & for frequencies above 100KHz.
These meters offer several advantages in switchboards and generating set panels. A number of meters can be mounted in a panel cutout mosaic mounting. For CT-operated ammeters, dials can be fitted based on CT ratio. Glass and bezel can easily be replaced.
The World Meters incorporate Modutec’s third-generation taut-band/moving-coil movement – unmatched in any competitive production meter, anywhere – with a space-efficient case and dial configuration that takes about 30% less space than conventional panel meters. The result is a rugged and accurate meter with unique and desirable features, at a very economical price.
The moving coil, rectifier meters, DG 48/72/96/144 are housed in molded polycarbonate cases and are suitable for the measurement of AC currents and voltages. Moving coil rectifier instruments measure average values and are calibrated to indicate RMS values, assuming a sinusoidal waveform for frequencies from 40 to 10000 Hz (AC current for frequency range of 40 to 1000 Hz and AC voltage for frequency range of 40 to 1000 Hz. These instruments offer several advantages in switchboards and generating set panels. A number of meters can be mounted in a panel cut-out (mosaic mounting). Front glass, bezel & dial can easily be replaced
The pointer type frequency meters, FML 96 and FML 144 housed in molded polycarbonate cases are used for the measurement of frequencies in the range of 45 to 450 Hz. For maximum accuracy, the essential measuring range is obtained by suppressing the unwanted frequency span. These instruments offer several advantages in switchboards and panel cut out. A number of meters can be mounted in a panel cut-out (mosaic mounting). The front glass, bezel, and dial can be easily replaced.
The moving coil panel meters DS 48/72/96/144 are housed in cases made of molded polycarbonate and are suitable for the measurement of DC current and voltages. These instruments offer several advantages in switchboards and Generating Set panels. A number of meters can be mounted in a Panel Cut out (Mosaic mounting). The front glass, bezel, and dial can all easily be replaced.
Series 802 are very small, low-cost, uncalibrated devices for indicating on-off conditions or voltage transition points. They are rugged, dependable, and require less than 2mW to move the flag or pointer. The two types are:
Flag Type (802F) – A white flag moves from one end of the red & white scale to the other when a predetermined voltage value is exceeded. Provides on-off indication.
Pointer Type (802P) – A pointer moves across the scale to indicate circuit condition. The pointer may be factory set for left, right, or exact center position to indicate zero current. The center point can be specified for a given voltage (±5%) within the range of the device.
Either type can be made to operate with a Zener diode to indicate voltage changes as low as 1 volt.
The Jewell surface mounted HS series analog panel meter is renowned for its resistance to shock, vibration, and moisture. Special parts and fastening reduce the effects of hard usage; a one-piece, steel case provides magnetic and electrostatic shielding; and a convex glass window is hermetically sealed.