Digital pressure gage
DPG409 series from Omega offers high legibility and corrosion-resistant stainless steel housing.
Omega’s new DPG409 series of high accuracy digital pressure gages feature a large backlit display makes it possible for users to read digits from over 10.7 m (35 ft). The rugged stainless steel enclosure is designed specifically for wash-down, sanitary, and marine applications. This series has also been tested to industrial CE specifications.
Available ranges cover vacuum to 5,000 psi, with setup software for fast installation and calibration via a USB connection. A wireless transmitter option sends readings to remote locations and allows for PC-based chart recording and data logging.
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