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Digital pressure gauge ANZ 3420 G
threadedstainless steelelectronic

digital pressure gauge
digital pressure gauge
digital pressure gauge
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Characteristics

Display
digital
Mounting
threaded
Material
stainless steel
Technology
electronic
Protection level
IP65
Other characteristics
precision, high-accuracy, adjustable, battery-powered, temperature compensated, with integrated LED lighting
Applications
process, for gas, for vacuum, for liquids, for hydraulic applications, laboratory, test, calibration
Pressure

Min.: 40 mbar (0.58 psi)

Max.: 600,000 mbar (8,702.26 psi)

Description

Digital pressure gauge FEATURES Ranges: 40 mbar up to 600 bar Basic accuracy: ±0.25% Sensor: silicon piezoresistive Pressure port: G1/4”; 1/4” NPT; M20x1.5; G1/2” etc. Media temperatures: -10…+60 °C Ambient temperatures: 0…+50 °C Display: 4 ½ digits with backlight, min / max value, bargraph, units, 330° rotatable Battery life: 1 year to 5 years Ingress protection: IP 65 Features: configurable via buttons, including zero trim, auto-off, etc DESCRIPTION ANZ 3420 G is a digital pressure gauge. Powered by 2xAA batteries, it provides up to a year of reliable readings of pressure updated twice every second in active mode, and up to 5 years in on-demand mode. For user convenience, the instrument has a backlight with auto-off feature. In addition to the current pressure reading, a multifunctional display shows minimum and maximum values since the last reset. User is able to trim zero and the full scale, select measurement units, decimal point position, adjust auto-off timeout. APPLICATIONS General industrial applications Process automation Hydraulics and pneumatics Test equipment Liquid level monitoring

Catalogs

ANZ 3420 G
ANZ 3420 G
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