Beemet is a leading Ammeter Manufacturer, Ammeter Exporters and Ammeter supplier in India. We have won the trust of many customers around the world by providing high-quality products at competitive prices. Our Ammeters are used in several commercial and industrial applications.
Beemet ammeters are available in various models and sizes to suit the customer’s requirements. They come in DIN sizes (40/72/96/144), wide view clear polycarbonate front, rear panel mounting type, round glass front-type, 240 degrees circular scale type, educational portable type as well as the Saxon and Fiesta series. Maximum demand indicator / bimetallic ammeters are available in 2 and 3 pointer type.
Our Range Of Ammeters
Regions We Serve
At BEEMET, we are dedicated to serving clients with high-quality Ammeters across the globe. While we have a global presence, some of the countries where we proudly have clients include:
An ammeter is used to measure the electric current flowing through a circuit. It is an essential tool for monitoring the amount of current passing through specific points in an electrical system.Analog ammeters come in DIN sizes (48/72/96/144), wide view clear polycarbonate front, rear panel mounting type, round glass front-type and also in 240 degrees circular scale type for more precise readings. Digital ammeters come in different configurations of digits such as 3 ½ digits, 4 digits and 4 ½ digits configurations. They also come in various sizes as well as in bare module forms. Even the display comes in 2 options – LED and LCD.
Some ammeters are designed to measure both AC (Alternating Current) and DC (Direct Current) currents, while others are specialised for one type. It is important to use the appropriate type of ammeter for your specific needs.
No, an ammeter is designed to measure current. However, multifunction meters are designed to measure current, voltage and other characteristics. For example, VAF meters measure voltage, current and frequency. More advanced multifunction meters such as power analyzers can measure more than 50 parameters.
Digital ammeters provide numerical readings on a digital display, offering precise measurements with easy readability. They often have additional features like auto-ranging and may offer better accuracy for certain applications.
Analog ammeters use a needle or pointer on a scale to indicate current flow. While they provide a visual representation, readings may be slightly less precise compared to digital ammeters. Some users prefer the analog display for its simplicity, responsiveness and visual feedback.