Voltage monitor

04/01/2009


Protect single-phase equipment against low-and high-voltage conditions and rapid short-cycling with the ICM492 digital line voltage monitor from ICM Controls Corp. The monitor displays real-time voltage on a backlit digital display and has the ability to field-adjust parameters at the push of a button. The monitor displays RMS voltage and continuously checks incoming line voltage or faults. Adjustable over- and under-voltage settings set the boundaries for safe operation of the equipment and the device features an adjustable anti-short cycle time delay, control mode, and universal line voltage input.

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