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Differential Pressure Manometer with NIST Calibration

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Manometer range ±2 psi, ±140.6 cm H2O
Part #: AFTCAL-160

Use this NIST-certified manometer to calibrate the TSD160 series of differential pressure transducers. Range ±2 psi, ±140.6 cm H2O.

The device offers 11 units of measure (user-selectable on front panel) and the differential input uses quick‐disconnect fittings. Advanced features include DATA HOLD, MIN‐MAX‐AVG RECORD mode, ZERO/OFFSET, AUTO POWER OFF, and USB PC interface. Ships fully tested and calibrated.

This manometer is recommended for use with the TSD160 Series Differential Pressure Transducer and VVK100-SYS Ventilator Validation Kit measurement accessories.

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