Pressure Gauge, 0 to 5000 psi, 2-1/2In

SPAN| Zoro #: G0190066| Mfr #: LFS-210-5000-G-KEMX

$50.43 /ea

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Technical Specifications

Zoro #: G0190066 Mfr #: LFS-210-5000-G-KEMX
Gauge Accuracy: +/-1.00%Gauge Case Color: Black
Case Color: BlackBasic Gauge Sensor Material: Copper
Gauge Nominal Dial Size: 2-1/2"Basic Gauge Lens Material: Plastic
Gauge Panel Mountable: NoGauge Connection Type: MNPT
Basic Gauge Case Material: PlasticBasic Gauge Wetted Parts: Brass / Copper
Gauge Application: General PurposeConnection Size: 1/4" NPT
Gauge Case Material: Zytel NylonGauge Connection Location: Bottom
Gauge Connection Size: 1/4"Basic Gauge Socket Material: Brass
Connection Location: LowerGauge Sensor Material: Copper Alloy
Gauge Lens Material: PolycarbonateLiquid Filled: Yes
Includes: Buna-N Anti-Freeze / Anti-Clog BarrierItem: Pressure Gauge
Range: 0 to 5000 PsiSmallest Graduation: 50 psi
Graduations: 500 psiOperating Temp. Range: -40 Degrees to 150 Degrees F
Series: LFS-210-KemXGauge Socket Material: Brass and Buna-N
Gauge Primary Range Units: psiGauge Primary Range Values: 0 to 5000
Calibration Certificate Included: NoGauge Primary Range Numbered Graduations: 500
Gauge Filled With: GlycerinPressure and Vacuum Gauge Type: Pressure Gauge
Gauge Primary Range Smallest Graduation: 50Country of Origin (subject to change): United States

Product Description

Pressure 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, 0 to 5000, psi, +/-1.00 Percent, Gauge Panel Mountable No, Liquid Filled Yes, Gauge Primary Range Smallest Graduation 50, Gauge Case Material Zytel Nylon, Gauge Primary Range Numbered Graduations 500, Gauge Case Color Black

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.