Druck DPI104-IS-1 Digital Pressure Test Gauge - CANS LTD

Druck DPI104-IS-1 Digital Pressure Test Gauge


The DPI 104 is an intrinsically safe version of the microprocessor-controlled DPI 104 digital pressure gauge. The DPI 104-IS matches advanced silicon sensor technology with several convenient design features, resulting in an accurate, versatile yet affordable digital test gauge. Supplied as a standalone process indicator or in a kit with the widely proven Druck hand pumps, the DPI 104-IS provides a reliable and economic solution for a wide range of pressure sensing applications.


Key Features:

  • 0.05% full scale (FS) accuracy
  • Intrinsically Safe ATEX and IECEx approval
  • Pressure ranges to 20,000 psi (1400 bar)
  • Eleven selectable pressure units
  • Large, easy-to-read display with five-digit resolution
  • % pressure indication and additional bar graph for quick visual reference
  • Temperature compensated accuracy from 14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
  • 0 to 5V analog output
  • Pressure switch test
  • Adjustable mounting positions
  • Minimum/maximum, tare and alarm functions
  • IDOS compatible and RS232 serial interface
  • Free of charge monitoring and control software (Windows® 95>)
  • Stainless steel or Inconel pressure cavity for aggressive media
  • Druck PV Hand Pump Kits available


Key Applications:

  • Process Monitoring and Control
  • Test and Calibration


Storage Temperature -4 to 158°F (-20 to 70°C
Intrinsically Safe Certification ATEX:Ex II 1G, EEx ia IIC T4
IECEx: Zone 0, Ex ia IIC T4
Dimensions Diameter: 3.74 inches (95mm) - excluding pressure fittings
Depth: 2.17 inches (55mm)
Weight 13oz (350g) approx
Mechanical Vibration To DEF Standard 66-31, 8.4 CAT III
Case Material ABS/PC plastic sealed to Type 4/ IP65.  Wetted parts: All stainless steel (316) or
Inconel welded pressure cavity for compatibility with aggressive media.
Mechanical Shock To BS EN 61010: 2001
Electrical Environments EMC: BS EN61326-1:1998 + A2:2001
Electrical Safety: BS EN 61010:2001
Mechanical Safety Pressure Equipment
Directive—Class: Sound Engineering Practice (SEP)