June 14, 2012
The Series PT12 hourmeter features two 6-digit, 7-segment LCDs.

The Series PT12 hourmeter features two 6-digit, 7-segment LCDs. A service LED indicates when the preset setting is reached. Accumulated hours are stored on powerless, nonvolatile memory (no battery) using CMOS EEPROM technology.

Features of the hourmeter include low operating current, wide operating voltage and temperature range, interlock input, and a locking 10-pin connector harness. Users can preset total hours and replace a failed meter without losing total elapsed time. A key lock prevents unauthorized access to reset and programming functions.

5617 Northwest Highway
Chicago, IL 60646
(888) 372-0465

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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