Voltmeter

National Electrical and Engineering Company Limited


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Maker and Role
National Electrical and Engineering Company Limited
Description
A Voltmeter is an instrument that measures voltage of either direct or alternating electric current. A voltmeter usually measures on a scale graduated in millivolt (0.001 volt), volt, or kilovolt (1000 volt). This voltmeter was made in New Zealand by the National Electric & Engineering Company (NEECO) in Dunedin, Christchurch & Wellington. (In 1967 NEECO was taken over by Cable Price Downer, now (2009) the Brierley Group) Type GC No:29989. Made of cast iron with glass face over scale, black metal needle.
Media/Materials
Processed Material/Metal
Processed Material/Glass
Signature/Marks and Type
Volts / The National Elec & eng co., ltd. / Dunedin. Christcurch. Wellington
Accession No
1982.275
Credit Line
National Electrical and Engineering Company Limited. Voltmeter, 1982.275. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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