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Old 10-13-2017, 07:00 AM   #1
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Looking for a supplier of panel mount ammeters, AC, 0-75 amp range, with or without a CT. Google didn't give much help. Any suggestions?
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Looking for a supplier of panel mount ammeters, AC, 0-75 amp range, with or without a CT. Google didn't give much help. Any suggestions?
http://www.simpsonelectric.com/

I have been buying them from Simpson, the same Simpson that makes the legendary analog meter. The make digital and analog panel meters but I really prefer the analog. I will restrain myself from going on and on about why analog is better.

You'll speak to a real knowledgeable person if you want help selecting the best product for your application. You call the 800 number, ask for tech info, and get transferred to a person. Not like other manufacturers where after giving them your name address and fifty other questions, you are referred to the district / regional rep for your area, who you will never hear from.

Their web site is nothing fancy but it's easy to find all the tech specs etc. on there. No create an account to log in to the knowledgebase and receive our newsletter bull****.

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seems any new panel mount ammeters we replace are replaced by Yokogawa brand
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You can get them from nearly anywhere. Hell, I stubbed my toe on one on the way to the shower this morning, then stepped on one when I got in the tub. They're everywhere.
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Looking for a supplier of panel mount ammeters, AC, 0-75 amp range, with or without a CT. Google didn't give much help. Any suggestions?
Have you tried Google yet? Its pretty good for this kind of thing. I copied and pasted "panel mount ammeters". It returned with 361,000 results.
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I like these ones. Not the cheapest, but they have every meter I've ever needed for Industrial.

http://www.weschler.com/public/meter...nter/index.cfm
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They have a better selection of meters ....

Amazon will do if you're catholic thou
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Just checked on Google and found a link from uk rs-online website Hope you'll find your desired meter there. I observed a 0-100 A meter there, Sorry can't paste the link.
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Just checked on Google and found a link from uk rs-online website Hope you'll find your desired meter there. I observed a 0-100 A meter there, Sorry can't paste the link.
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