Using 360° Viewing:
- Rotate: Use top-to-bottom, side-to-side by use of mouse arrow.
- Zoom In: Double click on image.
- Zoom Out/Reset: Put photo at full zoom & then double click.
Electronic Counter, Number of Digits: 8, LCD Display, Max. Counts per Second: 40 Low Speed Mode, 500
- Item # 2PPW3
- Mfr. Model # 6300-0500-0000
- UNSPSC # 41111902
- Catalog Page # 306
- Shipping Weight 0.05 lbs.
- Item Electronic Counter
- Number of Digits 8
- Display LCD
- Character Height 0.32" Black Numbers on White Background
- Max. Counts per Second 40 Low Speed Mode, 500 High Speed Mode
- Input Signal Dry Contact
- Output Rating 0.1A @ 30VDC
- Output Open-Drain MOSFET
- Mounting Rectangular Panel with Clip
- Height 1.10"
- Depth 1.50"
- Width 1.10"
- Series 63
- Scaler No
- Preset No
- Power Required Self Powered (15+ yr. Lithium Battery)
- Min. On/Off Pulse 12.5 msec in Low Speed Mode, 1.0 msec in High Speed Mode
- Reset Type Front Panel Push Button
- Interface None
- Connector Type 6 Screw Terminals
- Standards UL/cUL, CE, European WEEE And RoHS Compliant, EMC Compliant EN61326:2001
- NEMA Rating 4, 4X, 12
- IP Rating 66
- Fits 1.79" x 0.89" Panel Cutout
- Accuracy 100%
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