4-20ma panel meter teardown

Posted on Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 in Teardowns by DP


Teardown of a 4-20ma panel meter from SteelCity Electronics:

Below is a panel meter that has been used in some sort of industrial process. It was manufactured in 1980 and I’m not quite sure who the manufacturer was – the company’s logo is not easy to read but it might say, “Aumano”. What caught my attention with it was that it includes high and low needles as well as indicators and relay outputs for the high and low limits.

More info at SteelCity Electronics homepage.

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