Type: 8 Digit Pulse Counter
Battery: 10 Year Life
Input Signal: Relay or Switch Contact
Voltage Input: 0–2V
Display: 6.7mm LCD
Operating Temperature: -10–40ºC
Terminals: Screw Type
Reset: Manual External Reset
This is a well made 8 Digit Pulse Counter that will count and display pulses. These pulses could be from your Pulse Output Water Meters, or your Pulse Output Gas Meters. The Pulses reflect a usage value. For example, our 3/4 Pulse Output Water Meter pulses once for every 1/10 cubic foot (approx. 0.75 gallon) that passes through it. The Pulse Counter will count those pulses. As the pulse counter has an 8 digit display, it can count up to 99,999,999 pulses, or in the case of the aforementioned water meter, approximately 75 Million gallons.
The Pulse Counter has an internal lithium battery that will last up to 10 years.
The total pulse count can manually be reset to zero using contacts on the back of the Counter.
This Pulse Counter is not watertight and should be installed in a protected enclosure or environment to prevent damage.
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Here is the spec sheet: 8 Digit LCD Battery Powered Pulse Counter
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