MICO Digital Pressure Gauge
November 30th, -0001
Category: Gauges, All Types
NORTH MANKATO, Minn. ” MICO, Incorporated offers a Digital Pressure Gauge, providing 1/2-percent terminal point accuracy and a standard pressure range of zero to 10,000 psi for use in measuring air, hydraulic and vacuum pressures.
The pressure range complies with the ASME B40.7 standard, reducing the chance of accidental over pressure. The gauge™s proof pressure is 120-percent of the range and its burst pressure is 150-percent of the range, both figures also well within industry standards.
The terminal point accuracy eliminates sensor offset problems by allowing the zeroing of the gauge at start-up. The terminal point accuracy also includes linearity, hysteresis and repeatability, in contrast to error-prone best fit straight line accuracy on some gauges.
In addition to a zeroing button, other functions on the gauge keypad include a maximum and minimum pressure indicator, nine different engineering units of measure and a backlight for easy viewing in low light areas. The LCD display delivers pinpoint accuracy up to five digits.
The gauge is protected by a chemical resistant NorylÃ’case and an IP54 weatherproof boot that guards against dust and splashing water. The gauge is also protected from electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency inference (RFI) and meets CE approval.
A stainless steel socket and sensor are welded together for added durability. A 12-inch hose and 36-inch hose each come with the gauge, along with a standard 16-piece fitting kit. Each gauge is coded with a serial number so the product can be accurately traced.
MICO, Incorporated designs, manufactures and markets brake systems, hydraulic components and controls, primarily for off-road markets. For more information, contact MICO, Incorporated, 1911 Lee Boulevard, North Mankato, MN 56003, call 507-625-6426, fax 507-625-3212, send an e-mail to email@example.com or visit the company™s Web site at www.mico.com
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