The APM Shunt Meter is the ideal panel meter for low-side DC current measurement in applications such as marine, leisure or material handling. It can also be used in industrial applications, including power supplies, load banks and charging systems. It is non-isolated from the supply voltage and intended for use on low-side DC applications only. It has a high-resolution 0-1VDC input and two output models, digital and analog, for integration with other systems in the process.
As well as precision DC current measurement, the Shunt Meter helps increase productivity and improve safety by making it easy to know when currents have reached a critical point with its programmble color-changing display which combines the best of both traditional-analog and modern-digital meters. It features a 40 segment bar-graph scale for instant recognition and a starburst display for precise readings and messaging.
The LCD backlit screen has a wide viewing angle and comes in negative or positive options, for improved visibility in almost any condition.
The APM shunt meter can be used right out of the box with 15 pre-programmed configurations that cover a range of applications. Alternatively, the Shunt Meter is easily programmable. Using the free-to-download APM configuration software, it can be tailored to display critical parameters exactly how the user requires. Set points can be customised to trigger the LCD screen to change color, flash, display a message, or all three at once – alerting the operator whenever a parameter is out of range.
Despite its slim design (it only requires 53mm depth in the panel) the Shunt Panel Meter is packed full of Trumeter’s innovative technology and custom features that help unlock any finished product’s full potential. It is available in either positive or negative LCD display .
APM-SHUNT-APO APM Shunt Meter, Positive LCD with Outputs
APM-SHUNT-ANO APM Shunt Meter, Negative LCD with Outputs
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Panel cutout: 68mm x 68mm [2.68” x 2.68”] as per DIN43700/IEC61554
Just plug into any free USB port on your PC.
Run the freely available APM Configurator and you’re off.