High Performance Strain Meter, High Resolution 6-Digit DisplayHigh Performance Strain gauge Meter, High Resolution 6-Digit Display
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- Compatible with Strain Gage Bridge Sensors or Ratiometric Voltage Sensors
- Adjustable Filtering Up to 13 Hz
- Displays Up to 999,999 Counts
- NEMA-4 Front Panel
- Remote Tare, Min, Max, Reset and Hold Features
- Min/Max (Peak/Valley) Detection
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The OMEGA ® DP41-S indicators offer exceptional performance in a strain gage meter. The DP41-S has standard built-in excitation. The input range is selected via internal jumpers, and scaling to engineering units is performed using the front keypad. The DP41-S accepts strain gage bridge sensors and ratiometric voltage measurements. Programming the DP41-S is accomplished through the five front panel keypads. If the optional RS-232 or RS-485 communications are installed, the operator can remotely set all display parameters.
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Hi, Can I get some information on the RS232 command interface? The baud rate? Input/output data format?
would this device be able to read force in pounds. Would it be compatible to an ENERPAC set which includes an electric hydraulic pump and a hollow plunger hydraulic cylinder?
I want to measure the strain of one single strain gauge (quarter bridge) at site. I don't need data acquisition; just simple getting the strain value from display. Can I do it with DP41-S?
I did not find this code DP462 ?
Beside two pages PDF manual. Do you have full IO&M manual for the meter DP41-S-AR4. if yes, can you send to me?
What are the dimensions?????????? DEPTH REQUIRED?????????
Does the equipment require PM?
I have an older DP41-S with the older style RS-485 communications. I have not been able to establish communications with it. I have a few other things to try, but if it turns out the communication board is bad, can I buy a replacement RS-485 board?