HD700

Extech Differential Pressure Manometer

Extech Differential Pressure Manometer

Description

The Extech Differential Pressure Manometer is a high resolution meter with three models to choose from.

Features

  • 11 selectable units of measure
  • Zero function for offset correction or measurement
  • USB port includes software
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$199.99
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Details

The Extech Differential Pressure Manometer has 11 selectable units of measure and zero function for offset correction or measurement. Meter functions include max/min/avg recording, relative time stamp, data hold, and auto power off. The built-in USB port allows for connection to a PC for further analysis of the data points using the included software. Model HD700 has a ±2psi range, model HD750 a ±5psi range, and model HD755 a ±0.5psi range.

Notable Specifications:

HD700

 

  • inH2O range: 55.40inH2O
  • inH2O resolution: 0.01inH2O 
  • psi range: 2psi
  • psi resolution: 0.001psi
  • mbar range: 137.8mbar
  • mbar resolution: 0.1mbar
  • kPa range: 13.79kPa
  • kPa resolution: 0.01kPa
  • inHg range: 4.072inHg
  • inHg resolution: 0.001inHg
  • mmHg range: 103.4mmHg
  • mmHg resolution: 0.1mmHg
  • ozin2 range: 32ozin2
  • ozin2 resolution: 0.01ozin2
  • ftH2O range: 4.612ftH2O
  • ftH2O resolution: 0.001ftH2O
  • cmH2O range: 140cmH2O
  • cmH2O resolution: 0.1cmH2O
  • kgcm2 range: 0.140kgcm2
  • kgcm2 resolution: 0.001kgcm2
  • bar range: 0.137bar
  • bar resolution: 0.001bar
  • Basic accuracy: ±0.3%FS
  • Dimensions: 8.2 x 2.9 x 1.9" (210 x 75 x 50mm)
  • Weight: /9.8oz (280g)

 

HD750

 

  • inH2O range: 138.3inH2O
  • inH2O resolution: 0.1inH2O
  • psi range: 5psi
  • psi resolution: 0.001psi
  • mbar range: 344.7mbar
  • mbar resolution: 0.1mbar
  • kPa range: 34.47kPa
  • kPa resolution: 0.01kPa
  • inHg range: 10.18inHg
  • inHg resolution: 0.01inHg
  • mmHg range: 258.5mmHg
  • mmHg resolution: 0.1mmHg
  • ozin2 range: 80ozin2
  • ozin2 resolution:0.01ozin2
  • ftH2O range: 11.53ftH2O
  • ftH2O resolution: 0.01ftH2O
  • cmH2O range: 351.5cmH2O
  • cmH2O resolution: 0.1cmH2O
  • kgcm2 range: 0.351kgcm2
  • kgcm2 resolution: 0.001kgcm2
  • bar range: 0.344bar
  • bar resolution: 0.001bar
  • Basic accuracy: ±0.3%FS
  • Dimensions: 8.2 x 2.9 x 1.9" (210 x 75 x 50mm)
  • Weight: /9.8oz (280g)

 

HD755

 

  • inH2O range: 13.85inH2O
  • inH2O resolution: 0.01inH2O
  • psi range: 0.5psi
  • psi resolution: 0.001psi
  • mbar range: 34.47mbar
  • mbar resolution: 0.01mbar
  • kPa range: 3.447kPa
  • kPa resolution: 0.001kPa
  • inHg range: 1.018inHg
  • inHg resolution: 0.001inHg
  • mmHg range: 25.86mmHg
  • mmHg resolution: 0.01mmHg
  • ozin2 range: 8.00ozin2
  • ozin2 resolution:0.01ozin2
  • ftH2O range: 1.154ftH2O
  • ftH2O resolution: 0.001ftH2O
  • cmH2O range: 2.59cmH2O
  • cmH2O resolution: 0.01cmH2O
  • kgcm2 range:0.035kgcm2
  • kgcm2 resolution: 0.001kgcm2
  • bar range:0.034bar
  • bar resolution: 0.001bar
  • Basic accuracy: ±0.3%FS
  • Dimensions: 8.2 x 2.9 x 1.9" (210 x 75 x 50mm)
  • Weight: /9.8oz (280g)


What's Included:
  • (1) Manometer
  • (1) Software CD with USB cable
  • (2) Connection hoses
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) 100V-240V switching AC Adaptor
  • (1) Hard carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Differential Pressure Manometer HD700 Differential pressure manometer, 2psi
$199.99
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Extech Differential Pressure Manometer HD700-NIST Differential pressure manometer, 2psi, NIST traceable
$349.99
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Extech Differential Pressure Manometer HD750 Differential pressure manometer, 5psi
$219.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Extech Differential Pressure Manometer HD750-NIST Differential pressure manometer, 5psi, NIST traceable
$369.99
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Extech Differential Pressure Manometer HD755 Differential pressure manometer, 0.5psi
$199.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Extech Differential Pressure Manometer HD755-NIST Differential pressure manometer, 0.5psi, NIST traceable
$349.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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