Stainless steel pressure sensors with measuring ranges up to 1,000 bar (14,500 psi) are available for the model CPH6300 hand-held pressure indicator. The robust and waterproof design makes the CPH6300 ideal for use in adverse environments. The digital indicator automatically detects the measuring range of the connected pressure sensor and guarantees a highly accurate pressure measurement.
The CPH6300 can be used for measuring both gauge and absolute pressure. Differential pressure measurement is possible with the 2-channel version CPH6300-S2, and two connected model CPT6200 reference pressure sensors. Selectable pressure units here are bar, mbar, psi, Pa, kPa, MPa, mmHg, inHg, mH2O and one customer-specific unit.
An integrated data logger and various other functions such as Min., Max., Hold, Tare, zero point adjustment, alarm, power-off, peak value detection (1,000 measurements/s), average value filter, etc. ensure that the CPH6300 can be used for many different applications. The large, backlit display and also a long battery life complete the features of the CPH6300.
In addition to the GSoft data logger evaluation software for the tabular and graphical representation of the logged data, WIKA-Cal calibration software for calibration tasks is also available. WIKA-Cal also offers, over and above PC-supported calibration, the management of the calibration and instrument data in an SQL database. A USB interface is available for the data transfer.
For maintenance and service applications, various case systems are available. These include service cases with or without pressure generation, rechargeable battery, battery charger, connection adapter, etc.
For each reference pressure sensor, the accuracy for the complete measuring chain is certified by a factory calibration certificate which accompanies the instrument. On request, we can provide a DKD/DAkkS calibration certificate for this instrument.
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