RS PRO RS DPI Absolute Manometer, Max Pressure Measurement 10bar
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RS PRO DPI Absolute Pressure Manometer (Remote Sensor)
Introducing the RS PRO DPI series Absolute Pressure Manometer. This high-quality device from RS PRO measures absolute pressure with high accuracy of up to 10 bar or 150 psi. This compact and rugged manometer has a wide variety of measurement unit options, meaning that this is a great device that can be used across a wide range of pressure measurement applications, whilst offering reliable and accurate readings. In addition to being able to measure absolute pressure, this manometer can also be used as a low-cost calibration tool for gauges and indicators when used with a pneumatic or hydraulic pump, making it an incredibly versatile piece of equipment for a great price. The DPI series of RS PRO manometers have been designed for single-handed operation and offers the most essential features that are necessary for routine maintenance and system troubleshooting applications.
Features and Benefits:
This RS PRO manometer features 14 selectable units of measurement including inH20, psi, mbar, kPa, inHg and mmHg for flexibility and additional versatility across a wide range of applications
This device offers zero warm-up time allowing for readings to be taken immediately when required, without any delay and affecting the accuracy of the results at that point in time and improving testing efficiency
The manometer offers a clear, high-resolution LCD screen for easy viewing of results and data measurement and long battery life
This unit can also measure the ambient temperature in °C and °F readings as well as non-condensing humidity up to 95%
This manometer has an integral cable connector, a 3 ft (1 m) mating cable and a G 1/4 female pressure connector
Heavy duty and hard-wearing, this RS PRO manometer is impact resistant and IP54 rated and features a convenient integrated desk stand and hanger for storage
The sensor can be used on stainless steel but cannot be used on negative differential non-corrosive fluid
This unit can capture both minimum and maximum readings and has an adjustable high-pressure alarm with a visual and audible warning
The device is powered by 3 x Alkaline batteries with a low battery indicator and selectable auto power-off function to preserve battery life when not in use
Supplied with a user guide and calibration certificate
Leak test – standard 60-second leak test function
Zero pressure correction
0 to 100% FS zero offset capability
Overpressure - Safe to 2 x FS with display flashes at 110% FS
A manometer is a device that is used to measure pressure and flow rate in the air, in gases or in liquids, depending on the application. These devices are generally compact and portable so that they can be taken to where the readings need to be measured and recorded. Manometers are versatile devices that can be used across a wide range of industries and applications like:
HVAC systems maintenance
Meteorological and weather conditions monitoring
Gas pressure monitoring in piping systems
Fluid flow measurements
Physiological measurements such as blood pressure
Monitoring compressor systems operations
Standards and Certifications:
Meets EN61326-1, CE marked
What is the difference between a manometer and a barometer?
Barometers or mercury manometers are devices that measure the atmospheric pressure around you. It is a very basic device that comes in a closed-end tube with a vacuum on the other end and measures as the pressure goes up or back down to the absolute pressure point. Manometers also measure atmospheric pressure this, however, in addition to this, manometers have additional features that can measure absolute pressure, differential pressure and gauge pressure and can be used in a wide range of servicing and maintenance applications to ensure that all parts that work using pressure are maintained and fully functional to ensure that downtime is limited.
What are the measurement units that this manometer can read?
This manometer measures in 14 different units: psi, inHg, inH2O (4°C, 20°C, and 60°F), ftH2O (4°C, 20°C, and 60°F), mmHg, mHg, mbar, bar, mH2O, Pa, hPa, KPa, MPa and Kgf/cm2
Why does this manometer also feature a calibrator?
With increasing demands on maintenance budgets, it is more important than ever to ensure the tools purchased are fit for purpose and more. By designing the RS PRO manometer to be able to offer calibration for gauges and indicators by using pneumatic or hydraulic pressure generators, it offers a simple, low-cost solution for the industry or application that it is being used in.
|Best Accuracy||±0.1 %|
|Maximum Pressure Measurement||10bar|
|Minimum Pressure Measurement||0bar|
|Pressure Port Type||Absolute|
|Model Number p||RS DPI|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-10°C|
|Dimensions||90 x 36 x 190mm|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+50°C|