Digital pressure gauge
For general industrial applications
Applications of the digital pressure gauge
- Mechanical engineering
- Hydraulics and pneumatics
- Pumps and compressors
Special Features of the digital pressure gauge
- Pressure transducer with piezoresistive sensor and thin-film sensor technology
- Pressure ranges: from 0 … 30 psi up to 0 … 10,000 psi
- Display accuracy: < + 0.25% B.F.S.L.
- Pressure connections: G1/4 DIN 3852-E, 1/4 NPT male, 1/2 NPT male, G1/4B, G1/2B and others
- Case: Stainless steel, 3.15“ (80 mm) diameter
- Power supply: 2x 1.5 V Type AA cell
Description of the digital pressure gauge
Durable, precise local display
A digital pressure gauge is ideal for precise and fast pressure readings. WIKA’s DG-10 features a durable stainless steel housing and integral battery power supply, making it suitable for a wide range of applications and industries.
The multi-function display of WIKA’s digital pressure gauge features a bar graph with a drag pointer function and a MIN/MAX memory. This memory feature permits later recall of the minimum and maximum pressure readings.
Standard and enhanced versions
The digital pressure gauge model DG-10 is available in two versions: standard (DG-10-S) and enhanced (DG-10-E). Both versions allow the user to easily switch between the most widely-accepted international measurement units including bar, psi and MPa.
The enhanced version of WIKA’s digital pressure gauge offers additional features including a back-lit display for use in low-light conditions and a housing that can be rotated for optimal viewing. Additional user-programmable functions of the DG-10-E include auto power-off, tare function, and password protection.
Proven pressure measurement technology
Sensors manufactured by WIKA provide high accuracy, long-term stability and excellent repeatability. For optimal performance, pressure ranges up to 600 psi (50 bar) use the WIKA ceramic sensor. Pressure ranges of 1450 psi (100 bar) and higher utilize WIKA thin film sensor technology.
Pressure transmitters, transducers and sensors are often used interchangeably throughout our industry by colleagues and customers.