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Digital Gauge, 0 to 200 Psi, 1/4 In NPT
- Item # 4AZW6
- Mfr. Model # DUGY2-0200-4L
- UNSPSC # 41112403
- Catalog Page # 724
- Catalog Group # D8582
- Shipping Weight 2.1 lbs.
- Item Digital Pressure Gauge
- Dial Size (In.) 4-1/2
- Range 0 to 200 psi
- Connection Size 1/4" NPT
- Connection Location Lower
- Accuracy (%) +/-0.5 Full Scale
- Socket Material 316 Stainless Steel
- Case Material Glass Reinforced Thermo Plastic
- Case Color Black
- Display 4 Digit LCD
- Display Units PSI, kPa, Kg/Sq cm, Bar, In Hg
- Resolution 1/4% First Half of Range, 1/2% Upper Half of Range
- Powered By Light, Minimum 10 Lux
- Agency Compliance ASME B40.7
- Operating Temp. Range (F) -15 Degrees to 150 Degrees
- Features Self Powered, No Battery Required, Weatherproof IP65
- Series DUG
- Includes Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 Year
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