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Red LED Digital Panel Meter, 5V Common Ground - CX102B

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Red LED digital panel meter, 200mV range, powered by 5 volts, common ground.

Our CX102 series of digital panel meters feature high readability with their 14.2 mm display heightand high reliability at a low cost.

The CX-102 series of digital panel meters are reliable, well constructed and extremely flexible. With a number of input modifications they can be used for a variety of applications like measuring and displaying AC and DC voltages in a number of ranges as well as current. Digital panel meters from Circuit Specialists are also extremely competitively priced. Their unmatched performance make these 3-1/2 digit (1999) LED panel meters the first choice for applications that require simple at-a-glance instrumentation.

CX-102B Digital Panel Meter Specifications

  • Polarity: Automatic. (-) for negative value
  • Power: 5 volts, common ground
  • User selectable decimal placement
  • Over range signified by all digits blinking
  • Full scale range: 200mV
  • Configuration: true differential input and reference
  • Bias current: 10pA maximum
  • Conversion rate: 2.5 per second
  • Common mode voltage: +/-1V
  • Operating temperature: 32° to 122°F (0° to 5o°C)

For more information, refer to the CX-102B's spec sheet.

For applications where a sealed back unit is necessary, we offer the CX-202 series of digital panel meters.

Helpful Links

We have extensive information and how-to articles on digital panel meters on the Circuit Specialists blog:

Here is a basic tutorial on how to use a digital panel meter.

This write up explains how to use a digital panel meter to measure AC current.

Here is a more in depth article that explains a method to accurately display DC Power values on a digital panel meter.

Finally, here is another feature that explains how to measure AC voltage with a digital panelk meter.


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