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Dwyer 605-2 Magnehelic Differential Indicating Transmitter (0-2.0"w.c.)

Model: 605-2

Provides for both visual monitoring and electronic control of very low differential pressure. Ideal for control applications in building HVAC systems where local indication is desired during routine maintenance checks or necessary when trouble shooting the system.

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Dwyer 605-2 MAGNEHELIC, INDICATING TRANSMITTER, 0-2

  • Easy to read dial gage is complimented by the two-wire, 4-20 mA control signal utilizing the time-proven Dwyer® Magnehelic® gage mechanical design and Series 600 transmitter technology.
  • The two-wire design with terminal strip on the rear simplifies connection in any 4-20 mA control loop powered by a 10-35 VDC supply.

Gage Specifications:

Service: Air and non-combustible, compatible gases.
Accuracy: +/-2%.
Stability: ±1% F.S./yr.
Pressure Limits: 2 psi (13.79 kPa).
Temperature Limits: 20 to 120°F (-6.67 to 48.9°C).
Process Connections: 1/8" female NPT.
Size: 4" (101.6 mm) dial face, 5" (127 mm) O.D. x 2-11/16" (68.3 mm).
Weight: 1 lb, 12.6 oz (811 g).
Agency Approvals: CE.

Transmitter Specifications:

Accuracy: +/-0.5% (includes linearity, hysteresis, repeatability).
Temperature Limits: 20 to 120°F(-6.67 to 48.9°C).
Compensated Temperature Range: 32 to 120°F (0 to 48.9°C).
Thermal Effect: ±0.025% F.S./°F (0.045% F.S./°C).
Power Requirements: 10-35 VDC (2-wire).
Output Signal: 4 to 20 mA.
Zero and Span Adjustments: Protected potentiometers.
Loop Resistance: DC; 0-1250 ohms maximum.
Current Consumption: DC; 38 mA maximum.
Electrical Connections: Screw terminal block.
Mounting Orientation: Diaphragm in vertical position.

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