Fluke G 1/4 Digital Pressure Gauge 340bar, FLUKE-700RG30RS232
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This statement confirms that the product detailed below complies with the specifications currently published in the RS media and has been subject to the strict quality conditions imposed by RS Components’ internal management systems. Furthermore and where applicable, it confirms that all relevant semiconductor devices have been handled and packed under conditions that meet the administrative and technical requirements of ANSI/ESD S20.20 and EN61340-5-1 electrostatics control standards.
|RS stock number||7988768|
|Product description||Fluke G 1/4 Digital Pressure Gauge 340bar, FLUKE-700RG30RS232|
|Manufacturer / Brand||Fluke|
|Manufacturer part number||FLUKE-700RG30|
The foregoing information relates to product sold on, or after, the date shown below.
|Date||Sep 28, 2023|
RS Components Pte Ltd Robinson Road, P.O. Box 1582, Singapore 903132
Country of Origin: US
Fluke 700G Series
Fluke 700G Series precision pressure gauge calibrators are portable, high quality calibrators offering fast and accurate calibration test results. The 700G models are easy-to-use and of rugged construction for reliable performance in different environments. They are compatible with most hydraulic and pneumatic test pumps.
The 700G gauges can be combined with the 7588920 (700PTPK) or 7588926 (700HTPK) pump kits, available separately, for a complete pressure testing solution for up to 600psi with the PTP-1 pneumatic pump and up to 10,000psi with the HTP-2 hydraulic pump. Up to 8493 pressure measurements can be logged to memory using 7588923 700G/TRACK logging software (available separately).
APPROVALS : CSA, ATEX
|Maximum Pressure Measurement||340 bar|
|Gauge Outside Diameter||114 mm|
|Pressure Gauge Type||Digital|
|Case Material||Cast ZnAl|
|Best Accuracy||±0.04 %|
|Connection Size||G 1/4|
|Model Number p||700RG30|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||0 °C|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+50 °C|
|Minimum Pressure Measurement||-0.97 bar|