Combination Time/Pulse Meter has DIN rail mount design.

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Used for field testing and recording of elapsed time and on/off cycles as well as maintenance schedule periods, D9454M1 consists of hour meter and event counter. These two meters are connected in parallel (common connections) in standard version to simultaneously keep track of number of occurrences and time, but meters can also act independently of each other. With IP52 rated front side and resistant to shock, product features 0.16 x 0.067 in. digits and operates from 5 to 122°F.



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DIN Rail Time and Pulse Meter Model D9450



This combination instrument consists of an hour meter as well as an event counter. In the standard version, these two meters are connected in parallel (common connections) i.e., the event counter keeps track of the number of occurrences while the hour meter measures the time simultaneously. Ideal for field testing, recording both elapsed time and on/off cycles as well as maintenance schedule periods.



The two meters can also act independently from each other.



Features

• Dual functions that can be run simultaneously or separately

• High shock resistance

• Large readable figures

• IP52 rated (Front side)

• No loss of data due to power failure

• No reset

• EN55011 class B and EN 61000-6-2 rating for EMC

• Top Hat DIN Rail Mount, EN 50022



Specifications

Hour meter:

99999.99 h (AC version)

999999.99 h (DC version)

Digit Size: 4 x 1.7mm optical (0.16x0.067”)

Hours & Counts: White digits, black background

Decimals: Red digits, black background

Voltages:

24 V, 115 V, 230 VAC -20%, +10%

12-24, 36-80 VDC, +/-15%

Frequency: 50 or 60 Hz network

Power:

3 VA at 230 VAC

1 W 12VDC

Termination: Flat plug 0.8 x 6.3mm with terminal screws for common connections. 2 cables (20 AWG) for independent connections.

Temperature Range: -15º C to 50º C (+5º F to + 122º F)

Weight:

3 oz. (for common connection)

1.7 oz. (for independent connection)

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