Wireless voltage meters - 0-1.2 VDC

Wireless voltage meters

Monnit Industrial Sensors come in an IP66, NEMA 4X, CE rated, sealed, and weatherproof enclosure. They are powered by a single, replaceable, Industrial grade 3.6 V battery (included).

An optional solar powered version is also available. The solar powered version includes 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.

Voltage Meters - 0-1.2 VDC

Monnit wireless voltage meters are capable of measuring the voltage off another device, battery, or sensor. Monnit wireless voltage meters are available to measure different voltage ranges up to 500 V by connecting the leads on the sensor to the positive and ground terminals of the device being measured.

Product Features
  • Interfaces with other devices up to 1.2 VDC
Datasheet (pdf) »

Voltage Meters - 0-5 VDC

Monnit wireless voltage meters are capable of measuring the voltage off another device, battery, or sensor. This sensor is capable of measuring voltage up to 5 VDC by connecting the leads on the sensor to the positive and ground terminals of the device being measured.

Examples of interfacing devices include, but are not limited to: Strain Gauge, Pressure Transducer, RTD, Thermistor, or Thermocouple, Piezo Electric sensors, Photoresistor, Industrial Accelerometer, any kind of variable resistor, any kind of sensor that outputs a voltage, etc. If the device being measured is passive, the user must supply their own excitation voltage, as the Monnit sensor is really just a “voltage observer”. Cannot be used for AC voltage measurement.

Product Features

  • Max sensor input voltage up to 10 volts DC (will return a max of 5 volts in software)
  • Interfaces with other devices up to 5 volts DC

Datasheet (pdf) »

Voltage Meters - 0-10 VDC

Monnit wireless voltage meters are capable of measuring the voltage off another device, battery, or sensor. This sensor is capable of measuring voltage up to 10 VDC by connecting the leads on the sensor to the positive and ground terminals of the device being measured.

Examples of interfacing devices include, but are not limited to: Strain Gauge, Pressure Transducer, RTD, Thermistor, or Thermocouple, Piezo Electric sensors, Photoresistor, Industrial Accelerometer, any kind of variable resistor, any kind of sensor that outputs a voltage, etc. If the device being measured is passive, the user must supply their own excitation voltage, as the Monnit sensor is really just a “voltage observer”. Cannot be used for AC voltage measurement.

Product Features

  • Max sensor input voltage up to 20 volts DC (will return a max of 10 volts in software)
  • Interfaces with other devices up to 10 volts DC

Datasheet (pdf) »

Voltage Meters - 0-50 VDC

Monnit wireless voltage meters are capable of measuring the voltage off another device, battery, or sensor. This sensor is capable of measuring voltage up to 50 VDC by connecting the leads on the sensor to the positive and ground terminals of the device being measured.

Examples of interfacing devices include, but are not limited to: Strain Gauge, Pressure Transducer, RTD, Thermistor, or Thermocouple, Piezo Electric sensors, Photoresistor, Industrial Accelerometer, any kind of variable resistor, any kind of sensor that outputs a voltage, etc. If the device being measured is passive, the user must supply their own excitation voltage, as the Monnit sensor is really just a “voltage observer”. Cannot be used for AC voltage measurement.

Product Features

  • Interfaces with batteries and devices up to 50 VDC

Datasheet (pdf) »

Voltage Meters - 0-500 VAC/VDC

Monnit wireless voltage meters are capable of measuring the voltage off another device, battery, or sensor. This sensor is capable of measuring voltage up to 500 VAC/VDC by connecting the leads on the sensor to the positive and ground terminals of the device being measured.

Examples of interfacing devices include, but are not limited to: Strain Gauge, Pressure Transducer, RTD, Thermistor, or Thermocouple, Piezo Electric sensors, Photoresistor, Industrial Accelerometer, any kind of variable resistor, any kind of sensor that outputs a voltage, etc. If the device being measured is passive, the user must supply their own excitation voltage, as the Monnit sensor is really just a “voltage observer”.

Product Features

  • Interfaces with devices and power supplies up to 500 VAC/VDC
  • Max sensor input voltage up to 600 volts (will return a max of 500 volts in software)

Datasheet (pdf) »

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