A different style of AC Voltage Panel meter
Round 3 digit color LED with matching color cover
Voltage Range: Sine Wave Only
Min/Max 50-500VAC 50/60Hz
Current: ~ 16mA
Character Height: 11mm (~0.43in)
Temperature: -25"C"~ +65"C"
Humidity: <98% Non Condensing
Mounting Hole: 22mm L: 2" Dia: 1-1/8" O/A WT: .04
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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Same as the last 2 units. Mounted on panel in open air. Accurate initially. Then after a couple weeks of drifting it was at 133-134 V when actual was 118 to 119. MAYBE if these are used for occasional monitoring they would be ok. NOT for 100% use...
- james schings, KY
For about the price of a pilot lamp assembly...
I bought three of these -- actually two in blue, one in white -- intending to install them in some rack-mount outlet fixtures. Before committing to punching holes, though, I gave them a quick test with a DMM and a variable autotransformer. All three tracked well with each other through the 140v range the autotransformer and within a volt or two of the DMM -- I cannot vouch for the calibration of the DMM but I like to think it is reasonably accurate. They give a readable indication down to around 6V and achieve full brightness at around 35v.