|Accuracy(1)||FS||Ranges ≥ 1 psig 0.015% FS
Ranges < 1 psig 0.030% FS
|Calibration Stability (after warm up)||Better than 0.015% FS (0.03% for FS ranges < 5 psig) for 180 days with periodic re-zeroing.|
|Calibration interval||180 days|
|Calibration adjustment||Zero and Span may be reset without affecting linearity.|
|Channel A pressure ranges:||0 ... 0.36 up to 0 ... 6000 psig
0 ... 7.5 up to 0 ... 6015 psia
|Channel B pressure ranges:||0... 5 up to 0...1000 psig
0...7.5 up to 0...1000 psia
|Bidirectional pressure range:||-0.18 ... +0.18 up to -atm ... 6,000 psig|
|Pressure units||psi, in.Hg @ 0°C and 60°F, in.H2O @ 4°C and 20°C, ft.H2O @ 4°C, 20°C and 60°F, mTorr, inSW @ 0°C, ftSW @ 0°C, atm, bars, mbars, mmH2O @ 4°C, cmH2O @ 4°C, MH2O @ 4°C, mmHg @ 0°C, cmHg @ 0°C, Torr, hPa, mPa, kPa, Pa, D/cmsq, g/cmsq, kg/cmsq, mSW @ 0°C, PSI, PSF, TSF, TSI, mHg @ 0°C, %FS.
All seawater units are 3.5% salinity.
|Resolution||5 digits on display; 6 digits over serial port|
|Overpressure limit||150% FS or greater, depending on range|
|Compensated temperature||°C||0 ... 50|
|Storage temp.||°C||-20 ... 70|
|Warm-up||min||< 1 to rated accuracy|
|Recharge time||hr.||< 8|
|Response time||ms||<250 for FS pressure step|
|Communications||RS-232, 9600 baud, N, 8, 1|
|Case size||in.||T-Shaped, 8.6 H x 4.3 W x 1.6 D|
|Pressure port: Clean, dry, non-corrosive, non-combustible, non-oxidizing gases for all rated ranges.
Ranges ≥ 5 psi: All other media compatible with aluminum, 316 stainless steel, brass, Buna N, Viton, sealant, silicone grease and RTV. Not designed for oxygen service. Cannot guarantee accuracy on media other than gases.
Reference port: Clean, dry, non-corrosive gases.
|Fittings||1/4 inch FNPT pressure ports, nom. 1/16 inch hose barb for ref ports.|
|Power||+9 to +14.5 VDC, 830 mA max for battery recharge.|
|Options||Relief valves (mounted externally).
4-20 mA measurement with 24 VDC loop power source; current measurement accuracy 0.015%R.
|Display||Monochrome 128 x64 LCD with white LCD backlight.|
(1) It is defined by the total measurement uncertainty, which is expressed with the coverage factor (k=2) and includes the following factors: the intrinsic performance of the instrument, the measurement uncertainty of the reference instrument, long-term stability, influence of ambient conditions, drift and temperature effects over the compensated range during a periodic zero point adjustment.
- Portable pressure calibration
- Calibration labs
- Semiconductor manufacturers
- Pharmaceutical / medical / healthcare