Replace the outdated analog gages with the new Dwyer Series DPG Digital Pressure Gage. The Series DPG has a high ±0.25% or ±0.5% full-scale accuracy. The 4 digit digital display will reduce the potential for errors in readings by eliminating parallax error commonly produced with analog gages. Series DPG is battery powered and has an auto-shutoff to conserve battery life. Battery life, on average, will last 2000 hours. A 4 button keypad allows easy access to features without the need to work through complex menus or difficult key combinations. These features include backlight, peak and valley, tare or auto zero and conversion of the pressure units.
- Process applications
- Replacement for legacy analog gages
- OEM applications
Service : Compatible liquids and combustible gases (for FM listing see Agency Approvals below).
Wetted Materials : Type 316L SS.
Housing Materials : Polycarbonate front and back cover, anodized aluminum extruded housing with recessed grooves, polycarbonate overlay, Buna-N O-rings, 316L SS sensor construction.
Accuracy : DPG-000: 0.5% FS; DPG-100: ±0.25% FS; ±1 least significant digit @ 70°F (21°C) (includes linearity, hysteresis, repeatability).
Pressure Limit : 2x pressure range for skus ≤1000 psi; 5000 psi for 3000 psi range; 7500 psi for 5000 psi range.
Enclosure Rating : Designed to meet NEMA 4/4X (IP66).
Temperature Limits : 0 to 130°F (-18 to 55°C).
Thermal Effect : Between 70 to 130°F is 0.016%/F. Between 32 to 70°F is 0.026%/F. Between 10 to 32°F is 0.09%/F. Between 0 to 10°F is 0.50%/F.
Size : 3.00″ OD x 1.90″ deep (max).
Process Connection : 1/4″ male NPT.
Weight : 8.84 oz (275 g).
Display : 4 digit (.425″ H x .234″ W digits).
Power Requirements : (2) AAA alkaline batteries, included, user replaceable.
Battery Life : 2000 hours typical; Low battery indicator. (60 hours in continuous use).
Auto Shut-Off : Gage: 60 minute auto shut-off. Auto shut-off may be disengaged. Backlight: 2 minute auto shut-off.
Agency Approvals : DPG-000: CE; DPG-100: CE, FM approved to be intrinsically safe for Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C and D, for ranges 0-5 to 0-3000 psi.