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Extech 407910 Heavy Duty Differential Pressure Manometer

Extech 407910 Heavy Duty Differential Pressure Manometer

Description

The Extech Heavy Duty Differential Pressure Manometer displays 8 types of pressure units: mbar, psi,kg/cm2, mmHg, inHg, mH2O, inH2O, and atm.

Features

  • Dual differential inputs with internal sensors
  • Wide (±802 inches of water) measurement range
  • Metal input connections with two quick-disconnect fittings
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The Extech Heavy Duty Differential Pressure Manometer has a wide range dual input and multiple unist with RS-232 interface. The meter displays 8 types of pressure units: mbar, psi,kg/cm2, mmHg, inHg, mH2O, inH2O, and atm.

Notable Specifications:
  • Circuit: custom one-chip LSI microprocessor circuit
  • Display: 0.6" (16mm) 2000 count LCD with function indicators
  • Units of measure: mBAR, psi, kg/cm2, mm Hg, inches Hg, meter H2O, inches H2O and Atmospheres
  • Input circuit: differential inputs (P1 and P2)
  • Data hold: freezes displayed reading
  • Sensor: built-in piezoelectric sensors
  • Zero adjust: front panel push-button
  • Sample rate: 0.8 sec. (approx.)
  • Compatibility: air or non-corrosive and non-ionized gas
  • Auto power OFF: meter turns off after approx. 10 minutes to conserve energy
  • Data output: RS-232 PC serial interface
  • Ambient conditions: 32 to 122 F (0 to 50 C);< 80% RH
  • Battery power: 9V alkaline battery
  • Power consumption: 6mA DC (approx.)
  • Dimensions: 7.1 x 2.8 x1.3" (180 x 72 x 32 mm)
  • Weight: 0.76 lbs (345 g)
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (2) Quick disconnect-fittings
  • (1) Protective rubber holster with stand
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Carrying case
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Extech 407910 Heavy Duty Differential Pressure Manometer 407910 Heavy duty differential pressure manometer, 29psi
$269.99
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