Extech SD750 3-Channel Pressure Datalogger

The Extech 3-Channel Pressure Datalogger allows users to easily monitor and record pressure levels from three sources using one meter.

Features

  • Triple LCD simultaneously displays 3 pressure channels
  • 4-20mA input with readout in 9 units of measure
  • Data sampling rates of 5, 10, 30, 60, 120, 300, 600 seconds or auto
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The Extech 3-Channel Pressure Datalogger easily connects to installed transducers of up to 5000psi with 4-20mV output, or optional 30, 50, 150, or 300psi transducers. The triple LCD simulateously displays 3 pressure channels with user programmable data sampling rates from 5, 10, 30, 60, 120, 300, to 600 seconds. The datalogger date/time stamps and stores readings on an SD card for easy transfer to a PC.

Applications include pressure measurements from hydraulic, pneumatic, air compressor, and process gas systems.

30psi

  • bar: 0.002 to 2 bar
  • psi: 0.02 to 30 psi
  • kg/cm2: 0.002 to 2.040 kg/cm2
  • mmHg: 2 to 1500 mmHg
  • inHg: 0.05 to 59.05 inHg
  • mH2O: 0.02 to 20.40 mH2O
  • inH2O: 1 to 802 inH2O
  • atm: 0.002 to 1.974 atm
  • kPa: 0.2 to 200.0 kPa

150psi

  • bar: 0.01 to 10 bar
  • psi: 0.2 to 150 psi
  • kg/cm2: 0.01 to 10.19 kg/cm2
  • mmHg: 10 to 7500 mmHg
  • inHg: 0.2 to 295.2 inHg
  • mH2O: 0.1 to 101.9 mH2O
  • inH2O: 5 to 4010 inH2O
  • atm: 0.01 to 9.87 atm
  • kPa: 1 to 1000 kPa

300psi

  • bar: 0.02 to 20 bar
  • psi: 0.2 to 300 psi
  • kg/cm2: 0.02 to 20.40 kg/cm2
  • mmHg: 20 to 15000 mmHg
  • inHg: 0.5 to 590.5 inHg
  • mH2O: 0.2 to 204.0 mH2O
  • inH2O: 10 to 8020 inH2O
  • atm: 0.02 to 19.74 atm
  • kPa: 2 to 2000 kPa

Memory: 2M data using 2G SD memory card

Dimensions/weight: 5.2 x 3.1 x 1.3" (132 x 80 x 32mm)/ 7oz (199g)

  • (1) Datalogger
  • (6) AAA batteries
  • (1) 2G SD card
  • (1) Universal AC adaptor
  • (3) Connectors
  • (1) Mounting bracket
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