Capsule Gauges for Low Pressure

Capsule gauges for low pressure are suitable for the measurement of positive and negative overpressure between 0-2.5 mbar and 0-600 mbar only for gaseous media that do not corrode brass/bronze or stainless steel. An increased protection against overpressure is optionally available.


Standard pressure gauges

6211.1_KPChE
KPChE
stainless steel, snap-in window 
without case filling 
nominal size: 63 (2½")
Details DS 6211.1
6211.1_KPChE
KPChg
crimped-on ring case stainless steel 
without case filling 
nominal size:

50 (2")


Details DS 6232
6211.1_KPChE
KPChg / KPChgG

crimped-on ring case stainless steel 
without or with case filling 


nominal size:

63 (2½")


Details DS 6212
6211.1_KPChE
KPChg / KPChgG

crimped-on ring case stainless steel 
without or with case filling 


nominal size:

80 (3")


Details DS 6203
6211.1_KPChE
KPChg / KPChgG

crimped-on ring case stainless steel 
without or with case filling 


nominal size:

100 (4"), 160 (6")


Details DS 6202
6211.1_KPChE
KPCh / KPChG

bayonet ring case stainless steel 
without or with case filling 


nominal size:

63 (2½")


Details DS 6211
6211.1_KPChE
KPCh / KPChG

bayonet ring case stainless steel 
without or with case filling 


nominal size:

100 (4"), 160 (6"), 250 (10")


Details DS 6201

Special pressure gauges

KPQS
KPQS
square case 
front narrow rim black 
without case filling 
nominal size: 96 (3.78 x 3.78''), 144 (5.67 x 5.67'')
Details DS 6500
KPPG
KPPG
plastic screw ring case black 
blow-out back 
US-Standard Process Gauge 
without case filling 
nominal size: 4½"
Details

Capsule gauges for low pressure with electrical additional accessory

KPCh / KPChG
bayonet ring case stainless steel 
with eGauge® 
2 switching outputs 
output signal 4-20 mA 
without or with case filling 
nominal size: 100 (4")
Details DS 6201.93

Model overview

In the following, you will find a model overview of our capsule gauges for low pressure with accuracy class 1.6 according to EN 837-1 as well as a description of the general and metrological features of these instruments.