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Product Catalog and Reference Guide
Mfg: Weschler Instruments Published: 2009 Version: Vol 10 212 pages
This edition features many new products, as well as 'industry standard' models that have been used for many years. This catalog also includes condensed information on the Weschler brand products manufactured at our Florida facility. Also see our website for new products and reference information added since this catalog was printed. Add to My Library
Product Catalog and Reference Guide
Mfg: Weschler Instruments Published: 2006 Version: 2006-2007 191 pages
This edition features many new products, as well as 'industry standard' models that have been used for many years. Also see our website for new products and reference information added since this catalog was printed. Call, fax or email us for information on any models you don't see here. Our experienced sales team will be happy to assist you in selecting the best products for your application. Add to My Library
Digital BarGraph Instruments
Mfg: Weschler Instruments Published: 2010 Version: WD-01 7-10 56 pages
Use the Selector Guide to determine which models fit the panel cutout. Select the input type and next higher full scale value (see ordering guide for the specific model). Use the Selector Guide to determine which models have the desired input type and range. Specify input type and next higher full scale value (see ordering guide for the specific model). Add to My Library
Analog Instruments
Mfg: Weschler Instruments Published: Version: Catalog 46 pages
Instruments of this class are recommended for use on electric utility switchboards and process control panels for similar industrial service. They may be used to advantage on commercial marine and industrial applications or wher-ever humid conditions or severe mechani-cal shocks are sustained. Selection of Type K-241 & 261 instruments is indicated whenever there is a need for frequent, accurate, quick readings and where failure in an instrument circuit could affect an associated critical circuit. Add to My Library