The DPG 2300 Portable Digital Pressure Gauge is used in diverse applications from rugged field calibration of pressure transmitters used in gas transmission, to testing and calibration of transducers in clean rooms and nuclear power plants. Wherever there is a need for a high level of accuracy in a handheld pressure calibration device.
Mensor DPG 2300 Portable Digital Pressure Gauge has one of the best uncertainty specifications of any portable pressure calibration instrument. With an uncertainty of 0.015% FS, technicians are able to achieve the test uncertainty ratios required for modern transmitters. Temperature compensation from 0 to 50°C, permits use in most environments, without degradation of accuracy. Seventeen selectable pressure units and one user defined unit allows flexibility when calibrating.
The DPG 2300 Portable Digital Pressure Gauge can have one or two independent precision pressure sensors which can be displayed simultaneously. Channel A can be ordered with full scale ranges up to 6000 psi. Channel B can be ordered with ranges from 3 to 1000 psig or 7.5 to 1000 psia.
The user interface is through a monochrome 128 x 64 LCD, with white LED back light. A tactile membrane keypad makes navigation within the intuitive menu easy. Options to display range A and B, or range A or B and the analog measurement channel (mA), plus the ability to power a control loop make the DPG 2300 ideal for field calibration of pressure and differential pressure transmitters. Built in functionality to display min/max peak pressure and rate per second per hour and per three hour plus a null function give the DPG 2300 additional functionality for trouble shooting process pressure transmitters or monitoring barometric pressure.