Three Wire DC Voltmeter 0.28inch 0-100V

Three Wire DC Voltmeter 0.28inch 0-100V

This is tiny and compact digital voltmeter with a red LED Display. The 0.28inch 0-100V Three Wire DC Voltmeter Red Panel requires only a few minutes of configuration

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This is a tiny and compact digital voltmeter with a Green LED Display. The 0.28-inch 0-100V Three Wire DC Voltmeter Green Panel requires only a few minutes of configuration and is as simple as directly connecting wires to the source you want to measure and seeing the LED blink!!!!

The red wire connects to the positive pole, the black wire connects to the negative pole, and the yellow wire connects to the positive pole of that source or another source across which we meant to measure the voltage.

While measuring the supply voltage of another source, make sure that the negative pole is joined together. No need to worry. Even if there is any connection mismatch of the wires, the electric circuit won’t boom because it features reverse polarity protection.

This voltmeter will automatically move the decimal point’s position according to the different measuring voltages to reach the best measurement accuracy. When it measures the voltage below 10V, it will display two places after the decimal point. When it measures the voltage above 10V, it will display one place after the decimal point.

Features:
  • Accuracy: 0.1 V
  • Colour: Green
  • Wires: 3
  • Display ON Voltage: 3V
  • Measurable Voltage Range: 0 to 100V
  • Current Consumption: 10mA
  • Refresh Speed: 200ms (one time)
  • Minimum Input: 3 V
  • Highest Input: 30 V
  • Very bright and decent LED Display is ready to measure the dc voltages from 0V to 100V.
  • Operating Temperature: – 10 to 60°C
  • Holes for Mounting: 3 mm
  • Dimension: 13 x 30 x 9 mm
Connections:

1. Red Wire: Positive of the Power supply
2. Black Wire: Negative of the Power supply, which is also used as the negative of the measurement voltage source
3. Yellow / White / Blue: Positive of the measurement voltage source

Package included: 1x Three Wire DC Voltmeter 0.28inch 0-100V

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Weight 0.010 kg
Dimensions 9 × 5 × 0.2 cm
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Product Applications

This voltmeter can be used to measure the storage battery’s voltage in motorcycles and cars and also can grasp the storage battery’s status. It also can be used to measure other voltages. 30V is the voltmeter’s maximum operating limited voltage, please leave enough margin when working, to avoid the voltmeter’s permanent damage because of an electrical spark, power supply ripple, or other too high abrupt change of voltage.

Three Wire DC Voltmeter 0.28inch 0-100V

The red wire is to connect to the positive pole, the black wire is to connect to the negative pole and the yellow/white wire is to connect to the positive pole of that source or another source across which we meant to measure the voltage.

 

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