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Can anyone identify these meters?


I picked up an old Master generator today and looking for information on the meters. The top meter is obviously the voltmeter and the lower would have to be an ammeter. I've also posted a pic of the data plate, I have not been able to locate anything on the internet yet.
Any help would be appreciated.


Jim McIntyre

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Westinghouse, Simpson, GE, and many others made meters of that general style. They were sold in several more-or-less standard sizes (diameter meter faces). I can't tell who made yours, but finding a replacement shouldn't be too hard, if you're open to other brands...Capture.PNG