Compound Gauge, 1 Bar Vac to 5 Bar, 2-1/2

SPAN| Zoro #: G0190127| Mfr #: LFS-210-(1/0/5 BAR)-G

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Connection Size: 1/4" NPTBasic Gauge Socket Material: BrassGraduations: 1 Bar
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Specifications

Zoro #: G0190127 Mfr #: LFS-210-(1/0/5 BAR)-G
Connection Size: 1/4" NPTBasic Gauge Socket Material: Brass
Graduations: 1 BarConnection Location: Lower
Gauge Application: General PurposeSmallest Graduation: 0.1 Bar
Gauge Filled With: GlycerinLiquid Filled: Yes
Gauge Socket Material: Brass AlloyGauge Connection Size: 1/4"
Basic Gauge Sensor Material: CopperPressure and Vacuum Gauge Type: Compound Gauge
Range: 1 Bar Vac to 5 BarCalibration Certificate Included: No
Basic Gauge Case Material: PlasticGauge Connection Location: Bottom
Gauge Primary Range Smallest Graduation: 0.1Gauge Lens Material: Polycarbonate
Case Color: BlackGauge Case Material: Zytel Nylon
Gauge Nominal Dial Size: 2-1/2"Gauge Sensor Material: Copper Alloy
Operating Temp. Range: -40 Degrees to 150 Degrees FGauge Primary Range Units: Bar/Bar
Basic Gauge Lens Material: PlasticGauge Case Color: Black
Gauge Panel Mountable: NoSeries: LFS-210-BAR
Item: Compound GaugeGauge Accuracy: +/-1.00%
Gauge Connection Type: MNPTBasic Gauge Wetted Parts: Brass / Copper
Country of Origin (subject to change): United States

Description

Compound Gauge, General Purpose, 2-1/2 In., Basic Gauge Case Material Plastic, Basic Gauge Wetted Parts Brass / Copper, 1/4 In., MNPT, Gauge Connection Location Bottom, -1 to 0 to 5, Bar/Bar, +/-1.00 Percent, Gauge Panel Mountable No, Liquid Filled Yes, Gauge Primary Range Smallest Graduation 0.1, Gauge Case Material Zytel Nylon, Gauge Case Color Black, Calibration Certificate Included No

Restrictions and Compliance

*1 : California Proposition 65 : This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
*2 : California Proposition 65 : This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.

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