Hour meter

Hi Roger, this is Steve Young - I bought the Taylor Dunn cart a couple month's
ago. Was
wondering if you had a 2" diameter hour meter I could put in my cart's dash.
Also, maybe you
have electrical controls for this cart I could buy for spares. Thanks.
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Stephen Young
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Stephen Young
If he can't find you one, they've got a new line of very inexpensive panel hourmeters at Grainger - under $20. Several case form and voltage choices.
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Bruce L. Bergman
Thanks Bruce
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Stephen Young
Couldn't find them searching their online catalog.
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Stephen Young
Search on 'hour' They are all listed at about $30 at
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has several pages of them, wildly varying prices.
Stephen Young wrote:
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RoyJ
Minor mis-speak - $27.20 mechanical, $28.60 LCD, without discounts. Cat 395 PP 454, for you 3AE14 or 3AE19 are the likely ones.
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Bruce L. Bergman
If you have 220V AC then you also have 110V AC. Or am I missing something?
Shawn
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Shawn
Shawn
I'd expect the 110vac or the 220vac to be pretty colse to having 12 VDC if you have a diode and some resistors, since that meter draws such a low current.
Jerry
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Jerry Martes
Not necessarily. Even if you're thinking about 220VAC + safety ground, the exceptions allowing you to use safety ground as a neutral are rather limited, and I don't think an hour meter is included in them. (Off the top of my head I can only think of dryer lights, and even there I cannot figure out why they don't use a 220V bulb.)
I want to believe that the dryer light bulb exception was included because a complaint that the bulb isn't working might make an electrician check the safety ground. If the hour meter is part of a warranty or maintenance contract then the customer may figure out how to defeat safety ground as a way to save money :-(
Tim.
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Tim Shoppa
$27.20 mechanical, $28.60 LCD, cheap enough for brand new? ;-)
Grainger Cat 395 PP 454. 3AE10, 3AE22 et al.
The mechanical models take anything between 90 - 240 VAC, the LCD ones 32 - 277 VAC. Wide enough range for you?
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Bruce L. Bergman
Good point.
Shawn
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Shawn

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