Simpson released the Eagle, described as a programmable digital meter with a reinforced fiberglass enclosure for extreme environment applications. The meter is programmable to measure AC/DC voltage, AC current or frequency.
The user programs the Eagle by computer via a USB port and cable. The user can program for bar graphs and pre-set alarms that alert operators when an established parameter is out of range. The meter offers a configurable backlighting that colors the screen white, red or green to instantly indicate the state of the system being monitored. The screen incorporates a message board that displays four-character custom messages, alarms and annunciators that keep the operator informed as to the state of the meter and the system it is monitoring.
The Eagle runs on 100 to 240 V AC. It can interact with other equipment using control relays, and is available with or without those relays.
The fiberglass enclosure face measures 7.31 by 7.31 in. It is 4.92 in. deep. Designed to be wall-mounted, it is rated NEMA 3, 3R, 3S, 4, 4X, 12 and 13, IP68, and the meter is CE, UL and RoHS certified.