PS101

Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer

Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer

Description

Extech's Differential Pressure Manometers Series is ideal for field, manufacturing, laboratory, or research and development applications.

Features

  • 11 units of measure to choose from
  • Manually store/recall 99 readings
  • PC interface with optional software and cable
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$189.99
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Details

The Extech PS100 Series Manometers offer a wide variety of measurement ranges from 1 to 15psi. Each model displays readings in 11 units with high resolution, and manually stores and recalls up to 99 readings.

Notable Specifications:

PS101


  • psi range: 1psi
  • psi max resolution: 0.001psi
  • kPa range: 6.89kPa
  • kPa max resolution: 0.01kPa
  • mmHg range: 51.7mmHg
  • mmHg max resolution: 0.1mmHg
  • kgcm2 range: 0.07kgcm2
  • kgcm2 max resolution: 0.001kgmc2
  • mbar range: 68.9mbar
  • mbar max resolution: 0.1mbar
  • bar range: 0.069bar
  • bar max resolution: 0.001bar
  • inH2O range: 27.68inH20
  • inH2O max resolution: 0.01inH2O
  • mmH2o range: 703mmH2O
  • mmH2O max resolution: 1mmH2O
  • inHg range: 2.036inHg
  • inHg max resolution: 0.001inHg
  • ftH2O range: 2.307ftH2O
  • ftH2O max resolution: 0.001ftH2O
  • ozin2 range: 16.00ozin2
  • ozin2 max resolution: 0.01ozin2
  • Dimensions/weight: 6.7 x 3.1 x 1.4" (169 x 78.3 x 34.4mm)/7oz (200g)
  • Basic accuracy: ±1%

PS106


  • psi range: 6psi
  • psi max resolution: 0.001psi
  • kPa range: 41.37kPa
  • kPa max resolution: 0.01kPa
  • mmHg range: 310.3mmHg
  • mmHg max resolution: 0.1mmHg
  • kgcm2 range: 0.422kgcm2
  • kgcm2 max resolution: 0.001kgcm2
  • mbar range: 413.7mbar
  • mbar max resolution: 0.1mbar
  • bar range: 0.414bar
  • bar max resolution: 0.001bar
  • inH2O range: 166.08inH2O
  • inH2O max resolution: 0.01inH2O
  • mmH2O range: 4218mmH2O
  • mmH2O max resolution: 1mmH2O
  • inHg range: 12.216inHg
  • inHg max resolution: 0.001inHg
  • ftH2O range: 13.840ftH2O
  • ftH2O max resolution: 0.001ftH2O
  • ozin2 range: 96.00ozin2
  • ozin2 max resolution: 0.01ozin2
  • Dimensions/weight: 6.7 x 3.1 x 1.4" (169 x 78.3 x 34.4mm)/7oz (200g)
  • Basic accuracy: ±1%

PS115


  • psi range: 15psi
  • psi max resolution: 0.001psi
  • kPa range: 103.42kPa
  • kPa max resolution: 0.01kPa
  • mmHg range: 775.7mmHg
  • mmHg max resolution: 0.1mmHg
  • kgcm2 range: 1.055kgcm2
  • kgcm2 max resolution: 0.001kgcm2
  • mbar range: 1034.2mbar
  • mbar max resolution: 0.1mbar
  • bar range: 1.034bar
  • bar max resolution: 0.001bar
  • inH2O range: 415.20inH2O
  • inH2O max resolution: 0.01inH2O
  • mmH2O range: 10546mmH2O
  • mmH2O max resolution: 1mmH2O
  • inHg range: 30.5inHg
  • inHg max resolution: 0.001inHg
  • ftH2O range: 34.6ftH2O
  • ftH2O max resolution: 0.001ftH2O
  • ozin2 range: 240.00ozin2
  • ozin2 max resolution: 0.01ozin2
  • Dimensions/weight: 6.7 x 3.1 x 1.4" (169 x 78.3 x 34.4mm)/7oz (200g)
  • Basic accuracy: ±1%
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (6) AAA batteries
  • (2) Connection hoses
  • (1) Hard carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer PS101 Differential pressure manometer, 1psi
$189.99
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Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer PS101-NIST Differential pressure manometer, 1psi, NIST traceable
$339.99
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Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer PS106 Differential pressure manometer, 6psi
$189.99
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Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer PS106-NIST Differential pressure manometer, 6psi, NIST traceable
$339.99
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Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer PS115 Differential pressure manometer, 15psi
$189.99
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Extech PS100 Series Differential Pressure Manometer PS115-NIST Differential pressure manometer, 15psi, NIST traceable
$339.99
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