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Old 7th May 2004, 10:01 AM   #1
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Default Anyone know of where i can buy a small digital hour meter from?

Heya guys, just courious to to know if anyone knows where i can buy a small digital hour meter from, it will be for a project of mine to measure how long the lamp in my projector has been running for. I will need somthing that can hold its memory when power is off, and it must add the hrs up.

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Old 7th May 2004, 11:08 AM   #2
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Lascar would be the way to go....they even cater DIY'ers


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Thanks Magura, much apreciated, ive seen a few small hr meters for racing carts, they dont seem too bad, but pricey, diy is the way to go ofcourse, ill check this place out, thanks

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I found one there that would do the trick , but, how does it sense anything to start timing? is this done by the power being turned on? if so im right then lol.

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http://www.lascarelectronics.com/DAT...EMC%201500.PDF

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Yes, when power is applied, it starts counting.

The big deal about Lascar is the reasonable price level, Ive used them for robotics as service interval meters. They are very reliable and easy to deal with.

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