Strain Gauge Meters Handle Up To 12 Load Cells

Strain Gauge Meters Handle Up To 12 Load Cells
Precision Digital Corp.

The latest versions of the PD6100 strain gauge meter and the PD8-6100 explosion-proof strain gauge meter add features that include the ability to power up to 12 350Ω load cells. Enhanced programming buttons closely resemble the operation of a typical scale, allowing for zeroing with one button push. The Tare/Reset Tare function enables the meters to compensate for anomalies, such as sludge buildup at the bottom of an empty tank. In addition, the dual-scale function means measurements can be displayed in two different units of measure. Both the PD6100 and PD8-6100 feature one-button zeroing of the display, auto-zero adjustment to prevent drift, and highly visible information displays in panel-mounted or rugged, field-mounted enclosures. The explosion-proof PD8-6100 is rated NEMA 4X/IP68 and carries worldwide agency approvals (FM, CSA, ATEX, IECex, and CE) that allow it to operate in hazardous locations or in the field. Prices start at $349 for the PD6100 and $1,548 for the PD8-6100. A datasheet is available at http://www.predig.com/PD6100/index.php

Precision Digital Corp.
Holliston, MA
800-343-1001
508-655-7300
http://www.predig.com
 

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Company: Precision Digital Corp.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 508-655-7300

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