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Analog Panel Meter, Spade Pointer, High Dens Black Plastic Case, DC Current, 0A to 200A

00140 - Analog Panel Meter, Spade Pointer, High Dens Black Plastic Case, DC Current, 0A to 200A

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Manufacturer:
SIMPSON SIMPSON
Manufacturer Part No:
00140
Newark Part No.:
62F3268
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DC Current
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0A to 200A
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Product Overview

The 00140 is a 3-1/2-inch round style Analogue Panel Meter made of rugged high density black plastic case with spade pointer. It offers calibration is unaffected by magnetic panel mounting shielding. DC current meter is self-contained for ranges up to and including 50A. Higher range DC current meter (50mV) is calibrated for 5ft leads and requires external shunts.
  • Black spade-type pointer for easy distant reading
  • Glass window for optimum viewing
  • Self shielding movement
  • Sharp clear scale
  • 10Ω Impedance
  • 1.5sec Maximum response time
  • ±15% Resistance
  • -20 to 65°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Industrial, Clock & Timing, Test & Measurement

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