Power monitoring device MC7x4 is designed for environments where beside measurement of three-phase electrical power network additional analogue or digital measurements/controls must be made without additional hardware (PLC, OPLC).
This power monitoring devices are intended for measuring, analysing and monitoring single-phase or three-phase electrical power network in electricity distribution and energy production companies, utilities, dwellings, industry, ...
The ZQ 1207 or ZQ 1208 two-system frequency meter is used for measuring frequencies in two networks. The front frames of all the instruments measure 96x96 mm. Ship versions of the ZQ 1207 meters are available on request.
Reed frequency meters are intended for measurement of frequencies in the range from 45 Hz to 65 Hz. Two-system reed frequency meters are intended for measurement of two frequencies in the system for synchronisation. Their class is 0.5.
Meters with a moving coil and a rectifier are intended for measurement of AC currents or voltages in the frequency range from 40 Hz to 65 Hz (higher frequency range on request), where low meter consumption is required.
Meters with a moving iron are intended for measurement of AC currents or voltages of frequencies from 15 Hz to 100 Hz. They measure rms values independently on the signal form of current or voltage. The scale is interchangeable. The accuracy ...
Combined bimetal maximum current meters are provided with a built-in bimetal system and a system with a moving iron. The meters are intended for testing momentary and thermal load of transformers, cables, electrical machinery, etc.
Digitalni panel DM 206 – ampermeter meri natančno vrednost napetosti katerekoli linije (AC + DC) v pravem RMS-u. Vsako linijo lahko merite med 0...9999 A. Če števec odčita več kot 9999 A, se prikaže sporočilo o napaki.
DM 308 - Digital Panel Ampermeter measures very accurately, the current value of the any line (AC+DC) in true RMS. Any line can be measured between 0…9999 A. When the reading excesses 9999 A, it shows Err fault message.
The 07038.00 is designed for measuring DC currents and is suitable for exercises in which pupils use galvanic couples, batteries and low voltage sources. We suggest one instrument for work of two pupils.
The 07037.00 is designed for measuring small DC voltages and is suitable for exercises in which pupils use galvanic couples, batteries and low voltage sources. We suggest one instrument for work of two pupils.
The 07036.00 is designed for measuring AC/DC currents. Together with our 07035.00 (link at 07036.00) voltmeter, it is adequate for basic and advanced experiments in the electronics and electro-technical field.
The 07035.00 is designed for measuring AC/DC voltages. With our ammeter 07036.00 (link at 07036.00) it makes a voltmeter set, suitable for basic and advanced electro-technical and electronics experiments at.
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