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Solar Industrial Wireless 0-1 mA Current Meter


The industrial wireless 0-1 mA DC current meter is designed to work with the Flex-Core MCT5 current transducer that converts 5 Amps AC into a DC signal up to 1 mA. (Additionally a current transformer (CT) can be used to interface the MCT5 to higher amperage systems.) Industrial sensor is in a NEMA 4X rated weatherproof / dustproof enclosure and features an industrial single 3.0 Volt AA battery for long life.

Solar Industrial Wireless 0-1 mA Current Meter - Solar Powered with Rechargeable 3.0V Grade Battery	Industrial Wireless 0-1 mA Current Meter,900MHz
Part No. Description Price Stock
MNS-9-MA-IN-01-SOL Solar Powered with Rechargeable 3.0V Grade Battery Industrial Wireless 0-1 mA Current Meter,900MHz $189
MNS-8-MA-IN-01-SOL Solar Powered with Rechargeable 3.0V Grade Battery Industrial Wireless 0-1 mA Current Meter,868MHz $189
MNS-4-MA-IN-01-SOL Solar Powered with Rechargeable 3.0V Grade Battery Industrial Wireless 0-1 mA Current Meter,433MHz $199
∗ Standard lead time is 2 weeks

This industrial wireless sensor features a Lithium Iron Phosphate rechargeable battery in conjunction with a solar power cell to keep the battery charged and at optimal capacity. If there is no light present at the solar cell, the battery alone could continue to power the sensor for up to 5 years.

Packing List


  • Industrial Sensor
  • High Gain Antenna
  • Solar Panel (attached to housing)
  • Single 3V AA Battery (pre-installed inside sealed sensor housing)

Features


  • 900/868/433 MHz Operating Frequency
  • Rechargeable, Single AA, 2500mAH, 3.6V Battery
  • -40° to 85°C (-40° to 185°F)
  • 300 - 350 ft. non-line-of-sight device range*
  • Up to 5 Year Battery Life.**
  • IP66 NEMA 4X, CE rated, sealed, weatherproof enclosure.
  • External 3dBi RP SMA antenna (included)
  • FCC and IC certified.
  • Interfaces with sensors between 0-1 mA.

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