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Digital Pressure Gauge Manufacturers and Companies

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The digital pressure gauge products that we offer will provide a lifetime of value! Our research and development department works tirelessly to ensure that the products that we offer remain on the leading edge of innovation at all times because we know that our customers rely on the most technologically advanced products to keep business moving smoothly. Visit our website today to learn more!
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Since 1937, Rochester Gauges has been building quality, accuracy and reliability into all of our products, including liquid filled pressure gauges, low pressure gauges and digital gauges. We serve a wide variety of industries, including Agricultural, Construction, Process Equipment and Aerospace. We stay innovative by applying new designs and technologies to our products.
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Meriam offers a wide variety of mechanical and digital pressure gauges for process measurement and indication. Terrific accuracy specifications and little-to-no temperature effect set these instruments apart from the competition. Many of our digital gauge products have multiple output options to increase their versatility in today's changing control schemes.
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H.O. Trerice is committed to manufacturing quality pressure gauge products and to providing quality services. Our gauges-process, industrial, contractor, commercial, utility, low pressure, sanitary, transmitter, plus pressure gauge accessories. We've been in business since 1923. When your requirements demand quality & durability, the broad line of Trerice products is ready for your selection.
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Founded in 1993, Foster Andrew & Co. (FACI) manufactures the broadest range of pressure gauges. We build custom gauges and offer a variety of styles, sizes and mounting configurations. Our grey iron castings are utilized in component assemblies and milling machines. We also offer a full array of ceramic magnets and rare earth magnets for magnetic field devices like flywheels and instrumentation.
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Digital Pressure Gauge

Digital pressure gauges are instruments used to measure fluid pressure in an area; they are distinct from analogue gauges in that their readings are represented on a digital display for easy, quick reading. Digital pressure gauges offer distinct advantages over other pressure gage varieties, chief among which is the easiness with which they can be read accurately.

Two people reading the same analogue pressure gauge can produce two different readings due to imprecision of markings or other factors. Digital pressure gauges eliminate this problem, indicating pressures with numbers as opposed to ambiguously positioned needles. They can also be read more quickly, which in emergency situations can mean the difference between crisis aversion and equipment failure. Those main differences aside, digital pressure gauges are similar to analogue configurations in terms of their mechanical components and basic operating principles. All pressure gauges measure the concentration of fluids in a given area. In the case of balloon helium, for example, a pressure gauge is placed near the valve to indicate the quantity of helium in the enclosure; pressure is an expression of a fluid's concentration. Digital pressure gauges can be used to measure highly pressurized  fluids as well as low pressure concentrations. They can be used to measure concentrations of water, oil and all kinds of gases.

Digital readouts are typically small liquid crystal numeric displays that operate on battery power. When a digital pressure gauge is connected to an enclosure in which pressurized fluids are contained, the equipment within the gauge senses the pressure level and expresses it numerically on a display. The display can often feature accurate readings to one or more decimal points; analogue gauge needles can point between numbers, but a person reading an analogue gauge would have to guess at decimal values. Like all other gauge varieties, digital pressure gauges vary in terms of their configurations and applications. There are many ways in which fluid pressure is measured, and digital pressure gauges can be applied in each of them. For example, gauge pressure, which is pressure measured relative to ambient atmospheric pressure, is often measured with digital pressure gauges. They can also be used to measure absolute pressure, which is fluid pressure measured independent of the influence of ambient atmospheric pressure. The only main drawbacks that limit the effectiveness of digital pressure gauges is the difficulty of reading some models in excessive or inadequate light and the necessity to periodically change batteries.

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