Differential pressure gauge AT-2000
dialthreadedNPT 1/8

differential pressure gauge
differential pressure gauge
differential pressure gauge
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Pressure type
Process connection
NPT 1/8
brass, aluminum
Protection level
rugged, explosion-proof, IP66, flameproof
process, for gas, air velocity

10,000 Pa, 20,000 Pa, 40,000 Pa
(1.45 psi, 2.9 psi, 5.8 psi)


2 %, 3 %, 4 %

Process temperature

Max.: 140 °F
(60 °C)

Min.: 20 °F
(-7 °C)


The Series AT-2000 ATEX/IECEx Approved Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gages combines the popular Magnehelic® line with a flameproof enclosure to extend usage to hazardous locations. This gage can indicate positive, negative or differential pressures and is accurate within 2%. Attention: Check local safety rules and warnings on unit and manual for a correct use of the instrument in hazardous areas. Please see Series 2000 for non-ATEX/IECEx approved. PRODUCT APPLICATIONS Fan and blower pressures Filter resistanceAir velocity Furnace draftLiquid levels with bubbler systems Pressure in fluid amplifier or fluidic systems FEATURES ATEX/IECEx housing provides all the capabilities and value of the Magnehelic® in a flame and explosion proof enclosure Quick response to pressure changes means no delay in assessing critical situations Durable and rugged housing and high-quality components combined provides longservice life and minimized down-time High impact strength and high temperature rated for applications where hazardous environments exist Increased response time at low pressures with LD port configuration Service: Air and non-combustible, compatible gases. Wetted Materials: Consult factory. Magnehelic® Housing: Die cast aluminum case & bezel with acrylic cover; Exterior finish is coated gray to withstand 168 hour salt spray corrosion test. Housing Material: Aluminum. Finishing: Texture epoxy coat RAL7015
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