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Test Pressure Gauge: Back, 1/4 in Gauge Port Size, NPT Gauge Connection Type, 2 1/2 in Dial Dia, psi, kPa, 0 psi Min Primary Pressure

Item # 263X340

$11.50 Each

Product Specs

Connection Location: Back
Gauge Port Size: 1/4 in
Gauge Connection Type: NPT
Dial Diameter: 2 1⁄2 in
Display Units: psi; kPa
Minimum Primary Pressure: 0 psi
Maximum Primary Pressure: 600 psi
Accuracy: +/-3-2-3%
Primary Gauge Graduations: 10 psi
Primary Display Units: psi
Secondary Display Units: kPa
Minimum Secondary Pressure: 0 kPa
Maximum Secondary Pressure: 4,000 kPa
Secondary Gauge Graduations: 100 kPa
Housing Material: ABS Plastic
Housing Color: Black
Lens Material: Acrylic
Gauge Port Type: Male
Display Type: Analog
Gauge Application: Test
Gauge Type: Pressure Gauge
Housing Shape: Round
Liquid Filled: No
Minimum Operating Temperature: -40 ° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 150 ° F
Pressure Accuracy: +/-2.00%
Pressure Type: Gauge Pressure
Sensing Element Material: Bronze
Socket Material: Brass
Specifications Met: ASME Grade B to Grade 3A
Wetted Parts Material: Brass; Bronze

Compliance and Restrictions

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Country Of Origin

  • China

About This Product

This Test Pressure Gauge has a back connection location. It has a gauge port size of 1/4 in. It has a NPT gauge connection, which has a tapered fitting for a secure connection with sizing according to the National Pipe Thread (NPT) standard. It has a 2 1/2 in dial diameter. It displays the following units: kPa and psi. It has a 0.00 psi minimum pressure and a 600.00 psi maximum pressure. Sold individually.

About Analog Pressure Gauges

Measure pressure to monitor performance or uncover hidden issues in your industrial systems that use compressed air, pressurized water, oil, or gas, such as pumps, compressors, hydraulic equipment, and plumbing installations.

Test pressure of air, water, oil, and other non-corrosive liquids with these high-accuracy gauges that are intended for field testing and validation of industrial systems.