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High Accuracy, Digital Pressure Gauge with NIST Certification

0 to 100 psi, Battery Powered

$564.40

Item# DPG1001B-100G

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1-4 $564.40
5-9 $536.18
10-24 $524.89
25-49 $502.32
50-99 $491.03
100+ $479.74

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0 to 100 psi, Battery Powered DPG1001B-100G DPG1001B-100G
0 to 100 psi, Battery Powered is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • NIST Certification Included
  • High Accuracy +/- 0.10% Test Gauge
  • 316 Stainless Steel Wetted Parts
  • Easy-to-Read 3 1/2 Digit LCD Display
  • Rugged Aluminum Case
  • Three Power Options Available!

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The DPG1001 series is a versatile family of industrial pressure gauges. All DPG1001 models feature a large 13 mm H (1/2") digital display in a rugged, splashproof extruded aluminum case.

A 1/4-18 NPT 316 stainless steel fitting is standard for the pressure connection. Media compatibility includes any liquids or gases compatible with 316 stainless steel.

The DPG1001 features a wide operating temperature range of -20 to 85°C (-4 to 185°F). Many different standard pressure ranges are available. The DPG1001 series also features ±0.10% accuracy, 2X overpressure and 4X burst specifications.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly accurate and rugged I use these for verifying very high pressures. anywhere from 200 - 1000 psi. The cheaper gauges will always be off when pressures are this high. These gauges are spot on even when reading 600-900 psi. Pay the price for quality and you will not be disappointed.
Date published: 2019-02-05
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Hi, we bought this gauge DPG1001B-60G. I couldn't find the instruction manual come with it. Want it to find out how to zero the reading. There are two plugs in front of the gauge labeled Span and Zero, but pressing them did nothing.

Asked by: Sunny
The DPG1000B and DPG1001B use the same user's manual. The difference is the accuracy specification. The manual can be download from the Manual section at the bottom of Omega's homepage. You should be able to remove the plugs from the front of the gauge. You will then have access to the zero and span adjustment potentiometers. You will need a very standard screwdriver to adjust these potentiometers. With no pressure applied the the gauge you would adjust the ZERO potentiometer unit the display reads zero pressure. You would then apply a known pressure at least 3/4 of maximum range of the unit which in your case is 60 PSIG and adjust the display with the SPAN potentiometer to the exact pressure you are applying to the gauge. Go back down to zero applied pressure and make sure your zero reading has not change. Readjust using the ZERO potentiometer if necessary. Recheck you high end pressure and adjust the SPAN potentiometer if necessary. Usually you only have to go back and forth a couple of times.
Answered by: Applications Engineer JK
Date published: 2021-04-28
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