Comark
C9555 Pressure Meter


C9555 Pressure Meter, 0 to ± 2000mbar

Part Number:
C9555

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C9555 Pressure Meter, 0 to ± 2000mbar

Connector type: 1/8" BSP Female
Measurement range: 0 to ± 2000mbar
Environmental protection: IP67, BS:EN60529, IEC529
Waterproof: Available
Intrisically safe: Available

The Comark C9555 Pressure meter is designed to function between 0 to 2000mbar, with twin inputs for gauge or differential pressure measurement. A tough casing with optional cover is available and it is dust and waterproof to IP67 Standard (BS EN 60529).

ATEX compliant intrinsically safe models, certified to:
ex II 1G EEx ia IIC T4 Ga Baseefa03ATEX0079

There are 3 versions available:

  • Standard (C9555)
  • Waterproof (with extra protective Silicon)(C9555/SIL)
  • Intrinsically Safe (C9505/IS)
  • Complete with free connectors and tubing.
  • Selectable pressure units, PSI, mbar, inH2O, inHg, mmHg, torr, KPa, cmH2O, Kgcm-2
  • Over-range indication - maximum over/under pressure 90PSI/6200mbar
  • Silicone protection option for liquid pressure measurement
  • Adjustable zero value
  • Selectable pressure units: PSI, mbar, inH2O, mmHg, torr, Pa, mmH2O
  • Maximum, minimum pressure and hold function
  • Averaged reading function
  • Selectable auto switch off

 

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