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The 623 is a High Accuracy, Dual Input Autoranging Digital Manometer with Three Decimal Place Resolution.

623 Dual Input High Resolution Digital Manometer

623 Dual Input High Resolution Digital Manometer

  • 0.001 inH2O/kPa resolution to +/- 9.999 inH20/kPa input
  • High accuracy +/-0.02 inH2O less than 2 inH20; 1% above 2 inH20
  • Temperature compensated
  • Overpressure protection to +/- 50 inH20
  • Trim mode to stabilize fluctuating pulse readings
  • Seven units of measure

£175.00 RRP exc. VAT

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The high accuracy, high resolution TPI 623 is a hand held Dual Input Digital Manometer with superior three decimal place resolution.

The 623 comes complete with the following accessories:

  • 623 Instrument
  • A600 Soft Carrying Pouch
  • A613 Protective Boot with Magnets
  • Instruction Manual
  • 9V Alkaline Battery

TPI Model 623 Demonstration Video

623 Applications

  • Check for positive building pressure
  • Perform room to room pressure diagnostics
  • Test duct pressure and perform static pressure checks
  • Adjust appliance regulators
  • Test pressure switch on a 2-stage gas furnace in both positive and
    negative pressures

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Click below to view or download product documentation PDFs:

623 Manual

623 Data Sheet

 Model 623 Specifications
 Measurements  inH20 ±40
 mbar ±100
 kPa ±10
 psi ±1.4
 mmH20 ±1016
 mmHg ±75
 inHg ±2.9
 
 Auto Range  0.0 to ±100 mbar
 0.0 to ±40 inH20
 
 Input Type  Single (1/4” Barbed)
 Accuracy  ±0.02 inH20(<2 inH20)
 ±1%rdg (>2inH20)
 Over Pressure  50 inH20
 Relative Humidity  0% to 80%
 Operating Temperature  32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
 Auto Power Off  After 20 Minutes
 Input Type  Differential
 Auto Power Off  40 minutes

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