Hour Meter Range
Our low cost range of hour meters track and record accurate engine running time for all engine types. With universal design and operating specifications they are ideal drop in replacements to achieve cost reductions against other manufacturers and suppliers.
The range includes LCD and mechanical counter variants, with stainless steel and black bezel round versions as well as rectangular and diamond shaped facias.
Operating at 10-32 volts, our hour meters are vibration and shock resistant, tested to SAE J1378 standards and are protected from reverse polarity.
Featuring dependable quartz stepper motor movement. Our hour meters are constructed for reliability. They are easy to fit, highly reliable and low cost, the range of hour meters are ideal for industrial, heavy plant and marine equipment.
- Highly reliable
- Low cost drop-in replacement
- Dependable quartz steppers
- Efficient lead times
|Counting Range||0 to 9,999.9 Hours (auto recycle to 0)|
|Vibration Resistance||SAE J1378|
|Protected From||Reverse Polarity|
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