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    DC Analogue Panel Ammeter

    Good price and high quality analog DC ampere meter for sale online. The overload ratio of this small analogue panel ammeter can be reach 100%. Damping time of panel ammeter is about 4s. Analog ammeter often used in electronic industry and machinery industry.
    SKU: ATO-DAPA-100
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    A DC analogue panel ammeter is typically designed for installation on control panels or equipment panels to provide a visual indication of current levels. DC analogue panel ammeter is simple and reliable.


    • 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: 44C2-A
    • Measuring Range: DC 100uA-20A (other range, can be customized)
    • 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 analogue panel ammeter wiring diagram


    DC analogue panel ammeter dimension

    Tips: How to Test Analog Ammeter?

    • Set Up the Test Circuit. Create a simple circuit using the known power source, the ammeter to be tested, and any necessary connecting wires. Connect the positive terminal of the power source to the positive terminal of the ammeter and the negative terminal of the power source to the negative terminal of the ammeter.
    • Reference Multimeter. Use a multimeter with amperage measuring capabilities (usually labeled as "A" or "mA") to measure the current flowing through the circuit.
    • Power On. Connect the circuit to the power source. Gradually increase the power source's voltage to produce a measurable current on the ammeter. Start with a low voltage and increase it slowly to avoid damaging the ammeter in case of a malfunction.
    • Analog Ammeter Reading. Observe the reading on the analog ammeter. Note any discrepancies between the reading on the ammeter and the measurement on the multimeter.
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