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    DC Analog Ammeter, 15-100A, 10V

    Good price analog DC ammeter with 1.5% accuracy class for sale. The operating temperature of this analog ammeter between 0 ℃ and 55 ℃. Clear scale markings allow for more accurate readings, enabling precise measurement and reducing potential reading errors.
    SKU: ATO-DCAA-15
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    DC analog ammeter is designed for direct current (DC) circuits and operates based on the principle of Ampere's law. The current passing through the coil generates a magnetic field, causing the coil to move and the attached pointer to deflect, displaying the current reading.


    • Needle and Scale Display. The most prominent feature of an analog ammeter is its needle or pointer that moves across a calibrated scale. The position of the needle indicates the amp being measured.
    • Analog Technology. Analog ammeters use analog components such as moving coils, magnets, and springs to create the mechanism that translates amp into needle movement.
    • Range Selection. Analog ammeters often come with multiple amp measurement ranges. Users can select the appropriate range based on the expected amp to achieve better accuracy and resolution.


    • Model: 6C2B-A
    • Measuring Range: DC 15-100A (other range, contact us)
    • Accuracy Class: 1.5
    • Display Type: analog only
    • Overload Ratio: 100%
    • Damping Time: ≤4s
    • Operating Temperature: 0-55 ℃
    • Mode of Installation: mounted perpendicular to horiaaontal
    • Weight: 1 kg

    Wiring Diagram:

    DC analog ammeter wiring diagram


    DC analog ammeter dimension

    Tips: How to Choose DC Analog Ammeter?

    • Current Range. Determine the range of currents you intend to measure. Choose an ammeter with a range that encompasses the highest and lowest currents you expect to encounter
    • Accuracy. Consider the required accuracy of your measurements. Depending on your application, you might need a higher or lower accuracy level. A higher accuracy ammeter might be more expensive but is crucial for precise measurements.
    • Size. Choose an ammeter size that fits the available space on your panel or wherever you intend to install it. Consider the size of the scale, the overall dimensions of the ammeter, and how it will fit within your setup.
    • Mounting. Consider how and where you plan to mount the ammeter. They can be panel-mounted or surface-mounted. Ensure the chosen mounting style fits your installation requirements.
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