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SIMPSON  03590  ELECTROMECHANICAL HOUR METER

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  • Manufacturer: SIMPSON
  • Newark Part No.: 55F4361
  • Manufacturer Part No 03590

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  • Panel Cutout Height: -
  • Panel Cutout Width: -
  • Power Consumption: 2.5W
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Supply Voltage Max: 120VAC
  • Supply Voltage Min: -
  • Time Max: 99999.9h
  • Time Min: 0s

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I would like to monitor the hours of an air compressor. If I connect the meter to one of the three phases will the meter turn on with the compressor? Each phase is 120 volts to ground.
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Yes! As long the frequency of generator is 60 HZ. This meter should be connected between one of three phases and ground (i.e. 120 Volts AC)
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