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Iskra ZQ 0407 Pointer Frequency Meter

ISKRA ZQ 0407 Pointer Frequency Meter 
  • The ZQ 0407 pointer frequency meter has a 48x48 mm front frame and a 90 degree dial
  • One of the following voltage ranges can be used: from 57V to 110V, 230V, 400V, 500V
  • Power supply unit, measuring unit with microprocessor and instrument with moving coil

Product Details

ISKRA ZQ 0407 Pointer Frequency Meter

The ZQ 0407 pointer frequency meter has a 48x48 mm front frame and a 90 degree dial. It is the same as the ZQ 0207 (see photo), except it is smaller. It is designed for measurement of mains voltage frequency within five different measuring ranges (45-55 Hz, 48-52 Hz, 45-65 Hz, etc). Dial has to be exchanged, when the measuring range is changed. Meter consists of: power supply unit, measuring unit with microprocessor and instrument with moving coil. The meter is powered through measuring terminals. One of the following voltage ranges can be used: from 57V to 110V, 230V, 400V, 500V. Voltage range is factory preset according to customer order.

Features:

• Small consumption

• Microprocessor’s frequency measuring method

• Power supply from measuring circuit

• Exchangeable dial

• Protective cover for terminals (optional)

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