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Hour Meter Can Save Total Hours
Replace a failed hour meter without losing track of accumulated hours. The ENM TB45 series offers a preset/reset function that can be preset with the hours recorded on the old meter before installation. Once itís run for an hour, the preset and reset functions are disabled permanently for accurate time recording. A non-reset version is also available.
The TB45 series is ideal for any application requiring a reliable count or for timekeeping in service maintenance schedules. ENM has supplied OEMs with counters and hour meters for 65 years. The company sells products directly from its website, as well as through an extensive list of distributors.
The AC/DC hour meter with its wide voltage range makes it ideal for a variety of applications. No external power connections are needed. Operation is triggered by a shielded and external lead (about 5 ft. long, included) wrapped around an engine spark plug wire.
The meter uses a low operating current and is powered by a non-replaceable lithium battery, allowing an always-on display. The battery has an operating life of more than 15 years.
Durability is assured with full epoxy encapsulation of the meter to protect it from shock and vibration. The meter is completely sealed and has an operating temperature range of -22 to 159 F.
The TB45 series are all priced at $52 and available directly from ENM in a variety of styles. They include round and rectangular cases with and without holes or studs for mounting. ENM offers a wide array of timing products, including digital tach/maintenance/hour meters, wireless motion-detected counters, and vibration-activated hour meters.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, ENM Company, 5617 Northwest Highway, Chicago, Ill. 60646 (ph 773-775-8400; toll-free 888-372-0465; customerservice@enmco.com; www.enmco.com).


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