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Voltage Analog Panel Meter: DC Volt, Bracket Mounting, 4 Digits, 0 V DC Min Input Volt, 500 V DC Max Input Volt, Red LED

Item # 570A129

$132.87 Each

Product Specs

Measurement Function: DC Voltage
Mounting Style: Bracket
Number of Digits: 4
Minimum Input Current: 0 A
Maximum Input Current: 5 A
Display Counts: 9,999
Digital Display Type: Red LED
DIN Cutout Size: 1/8 DIN
Panel Cutout Size: 3.62 in x 1.77 in
Minimum Input Voltage: 0 V DC
Maximum Input Voltage: 500 V DC
Minimum Input Frequency: 50 Hz
Maximum Input Frequency: 60 Hz
Output Current Range: 4-20 mA DC
AC Magnitude Calculation: Average
Accuracy Percentage of Full Scale: +/-0.1%
Application: Value Indicating
Display Sell UOM: EA
Electrical Connection: Screw Terminal
Excitation: No
Features: Super Version of Panel Meter; High and Low Scale Function
Housing Color: Black
Includes: Instructions; (1) Mounting Bracket
Input Current Range: 0-5A DC
Input Voltage Range: 0-500V DC
Isolation Voltage: 2,000 V AC
Manufacturers Warranty Length: 3 yr
Maximum Operating Temperature: 122 ° F
Maximum Output Resistance: 600 megaohms
Maximum Supply Voltage: 240 V AC
Maximum Value Measured: 9,999
Minimum Input Resistance: 100 megaohms
Minimum Operating Temperature: 14 ° F
Minimum Supply Voltage: 100 V AC
Minimum Value Measured: -1,999
NEMA Enclosure Type: 4X
Overall Depth: 110 2⁄5 mm
Overall Height: 48 mm
Overall Length: 109 mm
Power: 5 VA
Relay Switching Current: 3 A
Relay Switching Voltage: 30 V DC; 250 V AC
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Serial Communications Interface: RS-485
Specifications Met: CE Certified; CRLUS
Style: MT4W Series
Type: Digital Panel Meter
Units of Measurement: V DC

Compliance and Restrictions

WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Country Of Origin

  • Korea (South)

About Digital Panel Meters

Monitor a variety of electrical flow conditions with these digital meters that can be seen from a distance or in poor lighting. They are more precise than analog panel meters, can be mounted to a panel or a DIN rail, and require a power supply.

Use these digital panel meters to monitor the voltage in an electric circuit to help ensure that your equipment is not overloaded, which can cause burnout. These devices connect to your electrical equipment and provide easy-to-read, precise voltage readings, allowing you to monitor voltage usage to determine if your equipment is experiencing any electrical spikes or drops.