Suitable for both stationary and mobile measurement and display of pressure, Type P reference pressure gauges are made according to the more modern technologies in order to assure a high level of reliability and versatility.
Continuous or temporary checking of a wide variety of system pressures
Air density measurement in building shells for the detection and elimination of problem areas and avoiding structural damage
Monitoring the degree of soiling of filter units in ventilation or air conditioning systems
recording pressure drops for the determination of leakage rates in leak tests
measurement of barometric air pressure for the determination of weather conditions
reference pressure gauge for calibration tasks
A compact design, cost-effectiveness and flexible application characterise the type P pressure reference gauge. The onsite version (86 x 86 x 44mm) is very compact and can be used when space saving pressure measuring and data visualisation is required. The large illuminated digital local display shows the measured pressure and indicates the current status of the digital pressure gauge, even under poor lighting conditions.
The sensor, entirely executed in stainless steel, is monolithic to ensure a long term high stability even in presence of highly dynamic pressures. The unit measures the pressure from vacuum up to 2500 bar and the current value is displayed precisely; accuracies of 0.2%, 0.5% and 0.05% are available. The pressure can be displayed in bar, mbar, PSI, kPa or MPa. User-defined zero point setting at the push of a button makes offset adjustment easy and eliminates the need for tedious mechanical adjustment.
Analogue output An electrical output signal enables remote display on a control console or in a control room as well as the connection of external recorders and indicating instruments.
PC connection and software Many digital pressure gauges have a serial interface port to allow measurement values and stored data to be transferred directly to a PC and documented. An inexpensive measurement data acquisition system can easily be assembled with suitable software and an interface converter. Processes can be readily monitored and analysed using the recorded and visualised measurements and all data can be exported using standard programs such as Microsoft Excel. Remote control is also possible. Various software packages with extensive recording and display functions, logger and alarm evaluation as well as for calibration are available.
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Ross Brown Sales have specialised in Temperature and Pressure products for nearly fifty years, during which we have become one of Australia’s leading suppliers of pressure and temperature gauges.