Weschler Instruments For over 70 years, Weschler Instruments has been a service-oriented manufacturer and distributor of electrical and electronic measuring instruments.  Customers worldwide use their products in power generating plants, steel mills, chemical plants, paper mills, automobile factories and other industrial applications that require rugged, reliable and accurate instrumentation.  Weschler is best known as the supplier of "Westinghouse style" analog switchboard meters and unique digital Bargraph meters.

Weschler InstrumentsWeschler's Measurement and Control Group (MAC) supplies a wide range of products to sense, transmit, measure, display and record your power and process data. Key products include analog and digital panel meters, sensors, transducers, controllers, and more. Industry turns to Weschler's Application Specialists to help choose the best solution from the numerous products available today.  They carry products from over 50 manufacturers, so they can recommend the product that best fits the application.  Weschler is North America's largest distributor of analog and digital panel meters.  They're proud to have one of the most knowledgeable inside sales support teams in the industry, averaging over 24 years experience.

Whether your application is best served by a Weschler product or one of the many products they distribute, their sale specialists will be happy to work with you to solve your measurement and control needs.


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Combining the Best of Analog and Digital Indication (Meters, Readouts and Indicators) Measurements of process parameters have historically been accomplished by the analog panel meter (APM). As processes evolved, a need arose for more accuracy in readings. This led to development of the... (View Full Article)
Current Transformer Application Note and Wire Length Chart (Transformers) Current transfomers are specified by size (VA rating), ratio and accuracy. The VA rating determines the maximum secondary impedance (lead+terminal+meter impedance) that can be driven at the stated... (View Full Article)