Dwyer Series 490W hydronic differential pressure manometer
The Dwyer Series 490W hydronic differential pressure manometer utilises wireless transducers and a versatile handheld HMI so that a single operator can monitor and balance a hydronic system in less time than traditional hydronic balancers. A Bluetooth connection with the transducers is used to monitor differential pressure and flow on up to three different valves. Being wireless means there are no hoses to carry, to snag on equipment or to need to be drained. The 490W includes the Dwyer Hydronic Application Software that contains valve charts for numerous manufacturers and converts differential pressure to flow directly on the screen.
The rugged, weatherproof, handheld housing withstands a 1.5 m drop test. Logged data can be shared directly from the handheld over Wi-Fi, GSM or CDMA networks. The ergonomic design is much lighter and easier to work with, providing greater manoeuvrability and quick set-up.
Applications include refrigerant pressure testing, hydronic valve balancing, measuring pressure drop across pumps, and across chillers and coils for freeze protection.
For more information: https://www.dwyer-inst.com.au/Product/TestEquipment/Manometer/Portable/Series490W.
Phone: 02 4272 2055
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