Extech Pressure Meter/Datalogger

Extech Pressure Meter/Datalogger


The Extech Pressure Meter/Datalogger automatically senses plug-in transducer's range and calibration.


  • Displays 10 types of pressure units
  • Stores 99 readings manually and 20M readings via 2G SD card
  • Built-in PC interface
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The Extech Pressure Meter/Datalogger accepts interchangeable transducers with ranges of 30, 150, and 300psi. The meter automatically senses plug-in transducer's range and calibration. It displays 10 types of pressure units with an adjustable sampling rate from 1 second to 8hrs:59min:59sec. The meter stores 99 readings manually and 20M readings via the 2G SD card. Additional functions incude record/recall min and max readings, data hold, and automatic power off with disable. Applications include measuring pressure in hydraulic shop presses and other industrial machines.

Notable Specifications:
  • 30psi bar range: 0.002 to 2
  • 30psi range: 0.02 to 29
  • 30psi kg/cm2 range: 0.002 to 2.040
  • 30psi mmHg range: 2 to 1500
  • 30psi inHg range: 0.05 to 59.05
  • 30psi mH2O range: 0.02 to 20.40
  • 30psi inH2O range: 1 to 802
  • 30psi atm range: 0.002 to 1.974
  • 30psi hPA range: 2 to 2000
  • 30psi kPA range: 0.2 to 200.0
  • 150psi bar range: 0.01 to 10
  • 150psi range: 0.2 to 145
  • 150psi kg/cm2 range: 0.01 to 10.19
  • 150psi mmHg range: 10 to 7500
  • 150psi inHg range: 0.2 to 295.2
  • 150psi mH2O range: 0.1 to 101.9
  • 150psi inH2O range: 5 to 4010
  • 150psi atm range: 0.01 to 9.87
  • 150psi hPA range: 10 to 10000
  • 150psi kPA range: 1 to 1000
  • 300psi bar range: 0.02 to 20
  • 300psi range: 0.2 to 290
  • 300psi kg/cm2 range: 0.02 to 20.40
  • 300psi mmHg range: 20 to 15000
  • 300psi inHg range: 0.5 to 590.5
  • 300psi mH2O range: 0.2 to 204.0
  • 300psi inH2O range: 10 to 8020
  • 300psi atm range: 0.02 to 19.74
  • 300psi hPA range: 20 to 20000
  • 300psi kPA range: 2 to 2000
  • Memory: 20M data records using 2G SD card
  • Dimensions: 7.2 x 2.9 x 1.9" (182 x 73 x 48mm)
  • Weight: 17.3oz (490g
What's Included:
  • (1) Pressure meter
  • (1) 2GB SD card
  • (6) AA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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