DIN Hour Meters
DIN Hour Meters in the M240 Series are durable Elapsed time meters (ETM) monitoring “ON/RUN” time of plant and equipment, allowing the user to effectively control production efficiency, cost estimation and service period monitoring for preventative maintenance.
Time is measured in increments of 0.01 hours up to 99999.99 hours after which the meter automatically resets to zero. Meters are non-resettable before this time to prevent accidental resetting. Units available in either 50 Hz or 60 Hz input.
DIN Hour Meters are available in 3 standard case sizes, 48 mm or 72 mm, or 96 mm.
Typical applications include building management, control panels, distribution systems, energy management, generator sets, motor control, process control, switchgear, and utility power monitoring.
Advantages of electromechanical counters are easy installation, are non resettable to avoid tampering. Models have only two terminals for connection and easy set up. There are no configuration settings or setup menus to complicate the installation. Electromechanical units do not require external power.
The Crompton Instruments product range represents one of the largest product offerings of power measurement, control, and protection instrumentation, for switchgear and generator set manufacturers, panel builders and OEMs.
Crompton Instruments products offer proven reliability across a diverse array of industries including power generation, process control, test and measurement, utility, marine, defence and energy management applications. To meet the challenges of ever decreasing lead times and industry developments, design and manufacturing processes are constantly reviewed and updated.
By combining local knowledge with over 100 years of research, product development and manufacturing capabilities, Crompton Instruments products provide the highest standards of performance and user convenience
- 3 Case sizes, 48 or 72 or 96 mm
- 50 or 60 Hz input
- Measures 99999.99 hours elapsed time
- Building Management
- Control Panels
- Distribution Systems
- Energy Management
- Generator Sets
- Motor Control
- Process Control
- Utility Power Monitoring