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Engineer Service   »  Catalog   »  Measurement equipment   »  RTW   »  Peak Program Meters   »  1100 Series   »  1113G Analog Peak Program Meter DIN 45406 
 
1113G Analog Peak Program Meter DIN 45406

 

General purpose peak program meter without extra functions for stereo applications. Best suited for building multichannel display units.
  • Electronically balanced inputs
  • Measuring range -50 dB to +5 dB, reference level +6 dBu
  • Integration time 10 ms
  • Sandwich scale, 127 mm length for horizontal or vertical mounting, version DIN
  • 201 segment gasplasma display
  • Power supply 24 V DC or +/- 15 V DC, 150 mA
  • Connector 32 pin, male DIN 41612/C
  • Panel-mount version with M3 screw fastening, dimensions 40 x 190 x 107 mm (W x H x D)

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