Three Little-Known Specifications that Make the DG-1000 Pressure and Flow Gauge the Most Advanced Gauge

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Computer technology has advanced more in the last 10 years than the previous 30 years combined. To keep up with trends energy raters see in the field, TEC created the DG-1000 digital pressure gauge. This product is equipped with notably advanced technology, making it the most accurate gauge on the market.
Read on to learn what sets the DG-1000 apart from other pressure and flow gauges.
With 200 million bytes of data, the DG-1000 sets a new standard for handheld instruments.
TEC’s latest gauge includes a built-in fan speed slider, allowing users to control fan speed directly from the gauge. It also has a responsive, capacitive touch screen with a user-friendly interface to make performing a test a breeze.
The internal firmware of the DG-1000 has 200 million bytes of data, versus the DG-700 with 16,000 bytes. In addition, we will continually develop software updates to equip users with a comprehensive gauge now and well into the future.
Energy raters have double the range of measurement.
Our goal for the DG-1000 was to be as good as or better than the DG-700. The DG-700 has a pressure range up to +/- 1,500 Pa, while the DG-1000 can read pressure measurements up to +/-2,500 Pa. This gives contractors increased flexibility with testing and ensures they need only one tool to get the job done.
The DG-1000 easily meets all standards for accuracy in building testing.
Accuracy in the DG-1000 is +/- 0.9 percent, compared to the DG-700 at +/- 1 percent.
As the DG-1000 is calibrated, it will have an accuracy of +/- 0.3 percent under controlled conditions of 67-77 degrees Fahrenheit and will meet specification at all calibration pressures. This is truly a remarkable advancement in the accuracy of pressure and flow gauges because it ensures correct readings every time.
With its improved range and accuracy, the DG-1000 gives contractors confidence in their readings, allowing them to focus on the task at hand – not the tool.
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