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Analog Panel Meter, Black Knife-Edge Pointer, Percent Motor Load, 0A to 5A, 3300 Series

SIMPSON 21683

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Manufacturer:
SIMPSON SIMPSON
Manufacturer Part No:
21683
Newark Part No.:
01B7070
Product Range
3300 Series
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Product Information

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Percent Motor Load
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0A to 5A
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3300 Series
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Product Overview

The 21683 is a single set point rugged seal Analogue Panel Meter made of metal case for rigorous environments with plastic window and black knife-edge pointer. The calibration is unaffected by magnetic panel mounting shielding. Latching function can be enabled independently for each relay by removing jumpers on terminal block auto/manual reset.
  • Used with current transformers
  • Wide variety of control, alarm and limit use
  • Calibration not affected by steel panel mounting
  • Commercially-sealed, moisture and dust-proof
  • Sharp clear scale
  • DPDT relay contacts for each control point
  • Self-shielding movement
  • "ON", "OFF" difference is within 0.5% of FS
  • 0 to 150% Scale

Applications

Industrial, Clock & Timing, Test & Measurement

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