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Digital pressure gauge comes in two models

The Series 68000 and 69000 digital pressure gauges from Dwyer Instruments accept clean, dry air, non-corrosive gases or compatible fluids. Designed for applications using non-corrosive gases and clean...


April 1, 2002
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

The Series 68000 and 69000 digital pressure gauges from Dwyer Instruments accept clean, dry air, non-corrosive gases or compatible fluids. Designed for applications using non-corrosive gases and clean, dry air, the Series 68000 incorporates a micro-machined silicone sensor that has no moving parts to ensure long gauge life. The Series 69000 uses a thin film pressure sensor and is constructed of stainless steel wetted parts for compatibility with most corrosive fluids. Both gauges feature an easy-to-read, four-digit LCD which can be re-zeroed by a push-button, 1/4-in. male NPT pressure connection and two 9-V batteries.

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