AC Digital Meters - DA-0303 3-Phase AC Ammeter

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  • These state-of-the-art panel meters are designed for accurate measurement of AC RMS current in 3-phase systems.

  • Bright red, easy-to-read LED displays come in three different DIN case sizes: 96 x 48mm (part number DA-0103-1); 72 x 72mm (part number DA-0303-1) and 96 x 96mm (part number DA-0103-3). They integrate perfectly into an unlimited variety of applications.

  • The case design allows them to be installed simply and easily, without the use of traditional termination and no extra terminal kits or soldering to internal PCBs.

  • The current transformer ratio can be set between 5/5A to 5000/5A via front panel buttons. Devices have separate inputs for supply and measurement.

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PC&S offers a large inventory of digital panel meters with limitless applications for both AC and DC input parameters.  These low-cost solutions provide you with a wide range of monitoring and control applications measuring volts, amps, process, strain.  True RMS volt, amp and frequency units are also available. 

Choose from bright LED scalable displays in green or red, DIN style cases for fast and simple installation, worldwide input power configurations, fast response with exceptional accuracy.  PC&S digital meters also offer communications options for RS-232 and RS-485 and digital meters with dual set-point options for alarm and control.

Let the experts at PC&S help you select the best unit for your next application!

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