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Weschler Instruments is a manufacturer and distributor of electrical and electronic measurement equipment. Customers worldwide use our products in power plants, steel mills, chemical plants, paper mills and other industrial applications that require rugged, reliable and accurate instrumentation.
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Weschler V252

Weschler Edgewise Switchboard Meters - Vertical

 (108)
For direct measurement of standard electrical quantities, or in combination with transducers for measuring any other electrical or mechanical quantity that can be converted into a proportional electrical quantity.

Specifications
The V252 Meters exceed the requirements for the 2% class specified in ANSI C39.1, and may be calibrated to 1% initial accuracy. They meet the flammability requirements of IEEE Standard 420-1973 and they have passed the seismic qualification tests under IEEE Standard 344-1987. Transducer-type frequency Meters, varMeter, wattMeters and power factor Meters are available.


H252 Weschler Analog Edgewise and Panel Meters

Weschler Edgewise Switchboard Meters - Horizontal

 (105)
For direct measurement of standard electrical quantities, or in combination with transducers for measuring any other electrical or mechanical quantity that can be converted into a proportional electrical quantity.

Specifications
The H252 Meters exceed the requirements for the 2% class specified in ANSI C39.1, and may be calibrated to 1% initial accuracy. They meet the flammability requirements of IEEE Standard 420-1973 and they have passed the seismic qualification tests under IEEE Standard 344-1987. Transducer-type frequency Meters, varMeter, wattMeters and power factor Meters are available.