Beemet Digital Panel Meters come in various standard sizes and configurations. They display electrical quantities in easy to read seven-segment displays and are used extensively in process control equipment.
A digital meter is an electronic device that is used to measure and display electrical parameters such as voltage, current, frequency, power, and energy. Unlike analog meters, digital meters display the measurement in a numerical format.
Digital meters offer several benefits over analog meters, including increased accuracy, ease of use, and the ability to store and transfer data.
The accuracy of digital meters depends on the manufacturer and model, but they are generally accurate within a few percent of the reading.
Yes, some digital meters are designed to handle high temperatures and harsh environments. The manufacturer should specify the temperature range for a particular model.
Yes, digital meters can be used in safety critical applications, but it is important to choose a high-quality, reliable product from a reputable manufacturer and to have the device properly installed and maintained.
Yes, some digital meter manufacturers offer custom configurations for specific applications.
The maximum current or voltage that a digital meter can measure depends on the manufacturer and model, but it can range from a few millivolts to several kilovolts and from a few milliamperes to several kiloamperes.