The L5 series is an AC/DC, high speed, pulse counter that features an 8-digit LCD display. The CMOS circuit can handle up to 2500 counts per second. Powered by its own lithium battery, this totalizing counter has a front panel reset and an external reset input. External connections are made by a standard plug-on connector with color coded wire leads. NEMA 4 panel gasket and spring clip included, 5-240 volt pulse adapter is also available.
ENM's series L6 AC/DC hour meter features a 7-digit LCD display with a self-powered CMOS circuit. Powered by an internal lithium battery, these timers have a front panel reset and external electronic reset. This model had two operating modes; hours/minutes or hours/hundredths. External connections are made by a standard plug-on connector with color coded 9.45 inch (24cm) wire leads. This model is ideal for accurate operating time applications where power is not readily available. Optional models have a 5-240 V triggering adapter.
This combination instrument consists of an hour meter as well as an event counter. In the standard version, the event counter keeps track of the number of pulses while the hour meter measures the accumulated time of all the pulses in hours. Optional unit counts pulses and records elapsed time separately. Hour meter reads up to 99,999,99 hours and counter reads up to 9,999,999 pulses. Hour meter is driven by a synchronous motor in AC and a stepper motor on DC.
ENM’s C12 series is a LCD counter with an integrated motion detector. The unit is operated by 4 C batteries and can be mounted easily on a wall or other flat surfaces.
The unit can be use as part of a simple security system where you can keep track of events such as door opening/closing, windows being open, and so on. It can also be use to monitor other infrequent events with the only restriction being that there must be at least 10 to 15 seconds buffer in between events.
This combination instrument consists of an hour meter as well as an event counter. In the standard version, these two meters are connected in parallel (common connections) i.e., the event counter keeps track of the number of occurrences while the hour meter measures the time simultaneously. Ideal for field testing, recording both elapsed time and on/off cycles as well as maintenance schedule periods.
The two meters can also act independently from each other.