Palm-Compatible Hour Meter And Event Counter

Jan. 6, 2005
The DDS200 Series solid-state panel-mount hour meters and event counters are designed to MIL-M-7793/14 specifications.

The indicators operate from 26 Vac or 28 Vdc and are packaged in a 0.5-in. aluminum housing. The DDS200 hour meter records operating time up to 99,999.99 hr. The DDS201 event counter records every application of power greater than 5 sec up to 9,999,999 counts. Both sensors are read with the M7793/12 reader or through the DDR-1 Palm-based reader. The DDR-1 connects to any Palm PDA that has a 16-pin-universal connector.

L-3 Communications/Electrodynamics Inc.,
1200 Hicks Rd., Rolling Meadows, IL 60008,
(847) 660-1750, www.edi.L-3com.com

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