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Wireless 0-20 mA Current Meters (AA)


Monnit wireless 0-20mA current meters are capable of measuring the current off another device or sensor, up to 20mA (DC), by connecting the leads of the sensor to the positive and ground terminals of the device being measured. Examples of interfacing devices include, but are not limited to: Current transducers (CTs) with outputs up to 20 mA, pH sensor, dissolved oxygen sensor, pressure sensor, magnetic flow meters, velocity or acceleration sensors, industrial vibration sensors, industrial accelerometers, any kind of sensor that specifies the output is in (mA) within the range of 0 - 20.

Wireless 0-20 mA Current Meters (AA) - Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless 0-20 mA Current Meters (AA),900MHz
Part No. Description Price Stock
MNS-8-MA-W2-LD Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless 0-20 mA Current Meters (AA),868MHz $74
MNS-9-MA-W2-LD Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless 0-20 mA Current Meters (AA),900MHz $74
MNS-4-MA-W2-LD Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless 0-20 mA Current Meters (AA),433MHz $84
∗ Standard lead time is 2 weeks

This sensor uses two AA batteries for extra long life.
WARNING: Use caution when interfacing to the Monnit 0-20mA Current meter. Negative voltages, any kind of AC Voltages, or DC Voltage exceeding 3.6V WILL DAMAGE the electronics of the wireless sensor. BiPOM is not responsible for troubleshooting, replacing or reimbursing damages incurred by disregarding this warning.

Packing List


  • Wireless Sensor
  • Mounting Screws
  • AA Batteries

Features


  • 900/868/433 MHz Operating Frequency
  • 2 Replaceable AA 1.5 V Batteries
  • 250 - 300 ft. non-line-of-sight device range*
  • At 1 hour heartbeat setting, included AA batteries will last more than 4 Years. **
  • Interfaces with sensors between 0-20 mA.
  • FCC and IC certified.
  • Mounting flanges for easy securement

* Actual range may vary depending on environment.
** Battery life is determined by sensor reporting frequency and other variables.