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Extech SD750 3 Channel Pressure Data Logger



3 Channel Pressure Data Logger

Extech Logger Measuring and Recording Pressure onto Removable SD Card

Part Number: SD750

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  • Monitor and Record Pressure from 3 Sources (Transducers Sold Seperately)

  • Up to 5000psi with 4-20mA Output

  • 4-20mA Input with Readout in 9 Units of Measure

  • Sampling Rate of 5,10, 30, 60, 120, 300, 600 Seconds or Auto (User Selectable)

  • Samples are Date/Time Stamped and Stored onto an SD Card in Excel Format


Includes (6) AAA Batteries, 2G SD Card, Universal AC Adaptor, Three Connectors and Mounting Bracket

Special order - please allow 7-10 business days for this item to ship.

$439.99

3 Channel Pressure Data Logger Specifications

Pressure Measurement Range: Up to 5000psi with 4-20mA Output
Accuracy: ±0.5% + 2 Digits (Meter Only, Does Not Include Tansducer Error)
Sampling Rate User Selectable
5, 10 and 30 Seconds
1, 2, 5 and 10 Minutes or Auto
Data Storage
Capacity
2,000,000 Data Points on 2G SD Card
Display Type: LCD
Size: 60mm x 50mm (2.4" x 2.0")
Update Rate: Approx. 1 Second
Operating Environment Temperature: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Humidity: Less Than 85% RH
Power Source (6) AAA Battery and 9 Volt AC Adapter
Note: Both Methods Must be Used for Proper Operation
Memory Card SD Memory Card 1 GB to 16GB Compatible (4GB Max Recomended)
Data Output MS Excel compatible file on SD Card
Weight 7 oz. (199 grams)
Dimensions 132mm x 80mm x 32mm (5.2" x 3.1" x 1.3")

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  • Answer:

    This logger can accept inputs from up to three pressure transducers.  It is designed to be used with pressure transducers that measure in PSIG and connect via an NTP threaded connection.    Typically a differential pressure gauge or logger uses two inputs and gives the variance between the two.  This will just give you the data for each input in PSIG.

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