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Portable Data logging Manometer, 20 PSI
- Item # 3LYC8
- Mfr. Model # 840086
- UNSPSC # 41103311
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 2.4 lbs.
- ItemPortable Data logging Manometer
- Max. Pressure20 psi
- Accuracy+/-0.3% Full Scale at 25 Degrees C
- DisplayBack-Lit Dot Matrix
- Storage Temp. Range-40 Degrees to 140 Degrees F
- For Use WithMeasuring Low Differential Pressure in Clean Rooms, Test and Balance, Medical Equipment, HVAC, Pneumatic Systems and Computer Peripherals
- Data StorageAutomatically Logs Up to 12,000 Pressure Readings with Date and Time Stamps and Downloads Them to Computer or Manually Records and Reviews 99 Readings on the Meter's Display
- Battery Type4 AAA
- IncludesConnection Hose, Battery, Hard Carrying Case, Computer Interface Cable, Software and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
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