Digital pressure gage

  • 02-Sep-2011 05:05 EDT

Omega Engineering’s DPG409 series high-accuracy digital pressure gages feature a large backlit display that makes it possible for users to read digits from over 10.7 m (35 ft). Featuring a rugged stainless steel enclosure, the gages are designed specifically for wash-down and marine applications. In addition to gage and absolute pressure ranges, new models are available with sealed gage ranges from 100 to 5000 psi (689 to 34,474 kPa), compound gage ranges from ±10 in H2O to ±15 psi (103 kPa), vacuum (negative gage) ranges from 0 to -10 in H2O to 0 to -15 psi (0 to -103 kPa), and barometric ranges from 0 to 1100 hPa to 880 to 1100 hPa or 0 to 32 inHg to 26 to 32 inHg. All units include setup software that allows for fast installation and calibration via a USB connection.

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