TM Digital Pressure Gauges DPG1000B, DPG1001B, DPG1000BBL, DPG1100B, DPG1100BBL INSTRUCTION SHEET M3359/0818 Shop online at omega.com e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org For latest product manuals: www.omegamanual.info DPG1000B DPG1001B DPG1000BBL DPG1100B DPG1100BBL Battery Battery Battery Battery Battery DPG1000B, DPG1001B, DPG1000BBL DPG1100B, DPG1100BBL DPG1000B, DPG1000BBL Ranges above 2000 Powered Powered, High Accuracy Powered w. Backlighting Powered, NEMA 4X Powered w. Backlighting, NEMA 4X Ranges and Resolution Resolution is fixed as indicated in table. Resolution is limited by number of display digits. 2, 20, 200, and 2000 ranges display 1.999, 19.99, 199.9, and 1999. Bold Standard ranges. Contact Omega Engineering to order other ranges listed below. G Gauge reference pressure VAC Vacuum gauge, minus sign not used unless specified A Absolute reference (normally reads atmospheric pressure, reads zero at full vacuum) ‡ DPG1001B not available in 3 psi, 5 psi, vacuum, bipolar ranges, and ranges with insufficient digits. 4 digit range. All others 3-1/2 digit. * PSI Res inHg/PSI Res mmH2O Res 3PSIG‡ .01 –30V15PSIG‡ .1 2000MMH2OG‡ 1 5PSIG‡ .01 –30V100PSIG‡ .1 3500MMH2OG*‡ 1 cmH2O 15PSIA .01 –30V200PSIG‡ .1 Res 15PSIVAC‡ .01 inH2O Res 200CMH2OG‡ .1 ±15PSIG‡ .1 85INH2OG‡ .1 350CMH2OG‡ 1 15PSIG .01 140INH2OG‡ .1 1000CMH2OA 1 30PSIA .1 400INH2OA 1 1000CMH2OVAC‡ 1 ‡ ‡ 30PSIG .1 400INH2OVAC 1 ±1000CMH2OG‡ 1 60PSIG .1 ±400INH2OG‡ 1 1000CMH2OG 1 100PSIA .1 400INH2OG 1 2000CMH2OA 1 –15V100PSIG‡ .1 850INH2OA 1 2000CMH2OG 1 100PSIG kPa .1 850INH2OG 1 Res ftH2O –15V200PSIG‡ .1 Res 20KPAG‡ .01 200PSIG .1 7FTH2O‡ .01 35KPAG‡ .1 300PSIG‡ 1 12FTH2O‡ .01 100KPAA .1 500PSIG 1 35FTH2O‡ .1 100KPAVAC‡ .1 1000PSIG 1 70FTH2O .1 ±100KPAG‡ .1 2000PSIG 1 140FTH2O .1 100KPAG .1 ‡ 3000PSIG 1 230FTH2O 1 200KPAA .1 5000PSIG 1 480FTH2O 1 200KPAG .1 oz/in2 Res 700FTH2O 1 400KPAG 1 50ZING‡ .1 1150FTH2O 1 700KPAA 1 80ZING‡ .1 2300FTH2O* 1 700KPAG 1 240ZINA‡ 1 4600FTH2O* 1 –100V700KPAG‡ 1 240ZINVAC‡ 1 6900FTH2O* 1 1400KPAG 1 mmHg ±240ZING‡ 1 Res –100V1400KPAG‡ 1 240ZING‡ 1 150MMHGG‡ .1 2000KPAG 1 480ZINA 1 260MMHGG‡ 1 3500KPAG* 1 480ZING 1 760MMHGA 1 7000KPAG* 1 ‡ inHg MPa Res 760MMHGVAC 1 Res 6INHGG‡ .01 ±760MMHGG‡ 1 1.4MPAG .001 10INHGG‡ .01 760MMHGG 1 –0.1V1.4MPAG‡ .001 30INHGA‡ .1 1600MMHGA 1 2MPAG .001 30INHGVAC‡ .1 1600MMHGG 1 3.5MPAG‡ .01 Torr ±30INHGG‡ .1 Res 7MPAG .01 30INHGG‡ .1 760TORRA 1 14MPAG .01 ‡ 60INHGA .1 760TORRVAC 1 20MPAG .01 60INHGG .1 1600TORRA 1 35MPAG‡ .1 mbar g/cm2 120INHGG .1 Res Res 200INHGA .1 200MBARG‡ .1 200GCMG‡ .1 ‡ ‡ ‡ –30V200INHGG .1 350MBARG 1 350GCMG 1 200INHGG .1 1000MBARA 1 1000GCMA 1 –30V400INHGG‡ 1 1000MBARVAC‡ 1 1000GCMVAC‡ 1 400INHGG 1 ±1000MBARG‡ 1 ±1000GCMG‡ 1 600INHGG 1 1000MBARG 1 1000GCMG 1 1000INHGG 1 2000MBARA 1 2000GCMA 1 2000INHGG 1 2000MBARG 1 2000GCMG 1 4000INHGG* 1 atm 1ATMA 1ATMVAC‡ ±1ATMG‡ 1ATMG 2ATMA 2ATMG 4ATMG 7ATMA 7ATMG –1V7ATMG‡ 14ATMG –1V14ATMG‡ 20ATMG 34ATMG‡ 70ATMG 140ATMG 200ATMG 340ATMG‡ bar Res .001 1BARA .001 1BARVAC‡ .001 ±1BARG‡ .001 1BARG .001 2BARA .001 2BARG .01 4BARG .01 7BARA .01 7BARG .01 –1V7BARG‡ .01 14BARG .01 –1V14BARG‡ .01 20BARG .1 35BARG‡ .1 70BARG .1 140BARG .1 200BARG 1 350BARG‡ kg/cm2 Res Res .001 1KGCMA .001 .001 1KGCMVAC‡ .001 .001 ±1KGCMG‡ .001 .001 1KGCMG .001 .001 2KGCMA .001 .001 2KGCMG .001 .01 4KGCMG .01 .01 7KGCMA .01 .01 7KGCMG .01 .01 –1V7KGCMG‡ .01 .01 14KGCMG .01 .01 –1V14KGCMG‡ .01 .01 20KGCMG .01 .1 35KGCMG‡ .1 .1 70KGCMG .1 .1 140KGCMG .1 .1 200KGCMG .1 1 350KGCMG‡ 1 Accuracy (linearity, hysteresis, repeatability) ±0.25% of full scale ±1 least significant digit DPG1001B: ±0.10% of full scale ±1 least significant digit Sensor hysteresis: ±0.015% FS, included in accuracy Sensor repeatability: ±0.01% FS, included in accuracy Display (update rate, type, size) 3 readings per second nominal display update Ranges up to 1999: 3-1/2 digit LCD, 1/2” digit height Ranges 2000 and up: 4 digit LCD, 0.4” H digits, alphanumeric display of units BBL: Red LED display backlighting Controls & Functions Ranges up to 1999: Front pushbutton turns gauge on/off and starts shutoff timer. Turns on backlighting for 1 minute on BBL models. Ranges 2000 and up: Front pushbutton turns gauge on/off, starts shutoff timer. Pressing and holding front button zeros gauge. The zero feature is not used on absolute reference gauges. Calibration Ranges up to 1999: Front potentiometers, non-interactive zero & span, ±10% range Ranges 2000 and up: Internal pushbuttons, non-interactive zero, midpoint, span, ±10% range. Calibration information stored in non-volatile memory. Shutoff Last character of model number on rear label indicates shutoff time. Contact Omega for other optional shutoff times. -5: 5 minute auto shutoff (standard) -NS: No auto shutoff, on/off via front pushbutton DPG1100B, DPG1100BBL Ranges abovve 2000 Pb Lead Free Batteries 2 AA alkaline, included Battery Life 1000B, 1001B, 1100B ranges to 1999 Approx. 2500 hours 1000B, 1001B, 1100B ranges 2000 and up Approx. 2000 hours 1000BBL, 1100BBL ranges to 1999 Approx. 180 hrs (backlight on when gauge is on) 1000BBL, 1100BBL 2000 and up Approx. 150 to 1500 hrs depending on backlight usage Low Battery Indication Low battery symbol on display when batteries must be replaced Connection and Material 1/4” NPT male fitting, 316L stainless steel All wetted parts are 316L stainless steel Dimensions (see drawing on next page) DPG1000, DPG1001 3.38” W x 2.88” H x 1.65” D housing Add approx. 0.75” to height for pressure fitting DPG1100 3.5” W x 3.0” H x 2.0” D NEMA 4X housing Add approx. 0.75” to height for pressure fitting Weight (approximate) Gauge: 9 ounces Shipping weight: 1 pound Housing Material & Color DPG1000, DPG1001 Extruded aluminum case, light gray epoxy powder coated, black ABS/polycarbonate bezel, front and rear gaskets, polycarbonate label DPG1100 Light gray ABS/polycarbonate NEMA 4X case, rear gasket, polycarbonate label Overpressure, Burst, Vacuum Ranges using 3000 psig sensor: 5000 psig Ranges using 5000 psig sensor: 7500 psig All others: 2 X pressure range 3000 psi, 5000 psi, and 4 digit ranges 112.5% full scale outof-range display: 1– – – or I –.–.–.– 4 X sensor burst pressure rating, or 10,000 psi, whichever is less Vacuum service: ±15 psig, 15 psig, 15 psia, 30 psia, 100 psig, 100 psia, 200 psig sensors. 3000 psi, 5000 psi, and 4 digit ranges: Under-range display (non-vacuum sensors): –Err Environmental Storage temperature: Operating (3.5 digit versions): Operating (4 digit versions): Compensated range: –40 to 203°F (–40 to 95°C) –40 to 185°F (–40 to 85°C) –4 to 185°F (–20 to 85°C) 32 to 158°F (0 to 70°C) 2 DPG1000B, DPG1001B, DPG1000BBL, DPG1100B, DPG1100BBL CAUTION: Installation and Precautions 4 Read these instructions before using the gauge. Contact the factory for assistance. 4 These products do not contain user-serviceable parts. Contact us for repairs, service, or refurbishment. 4 Gauges must be operated within specified ambient temperature ranges. 4 Outdoor or wash down applications require a NEMA 4X gauge or installation in a NEMA 4X housing. 4 Use a pressure or vacuum range appropriate for the application. 4 Use fittings appropriate for the pressure range of the gauge. 4 Due to the hardness of 316 stainless steel, it is recommended that a thread sealant be used to ensure leakfree operation. 4 For contaminated media use an appropriate screen or filter to keep debris out of gauge port. 4 Remove system pressures before removing or installing gauge. 4 Install or remove gauge using a wrench on the hex fitting only. Do not attempt to turn gauge by forcing the housing. 4 Good design practice dictates that positive displacement liquid pumps include protection devices to prevent sensor damage from pressure spikes, acceleration head, and vacuum extremes. p Avoid permanent sensor damage! Do not apply vacuum to non-vacuum gauges or hydraulic vacuum to any gauges. p Avoid permanent sensor damage! NEVER insert objects into gauge port or blow out with compressed air. Gauges are not for oxygen service. Accidental rupture of sensor diaphragm may cause silicone oil inside sensor to react with oxygen. WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel and chromium, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov Absolute Reference Gauges These models have engineering units shown on the rear label such as PSIA, INHGA, INH2OA, ZIN2A, BARA, MBARA, KPAA, TORR or TORRA, MMHGA, KGCMA, ATMA. The “A” indicates absolute reference. These ranges display atmospheric pressure when the gauge port is open to the atmosphere. They display zero at high vacuum. When the gauge port is open to the atmosphere, it is normal for the reading to constantly change in response to atmospheric pressure changes. Do not adjust the calibration controls! Operation – Ranges up to 1999 Press the round button on the front of the gauge to activate the display. The gauge will stay on for a period of time determined by the auto-shutoff time. The gauge can be shut off at any time by pressing the button again. If the gauge was ordered without auto shutoff it will stay on until the button is pressed or until the batteries are depleted. Turn gauge off when not in use to conserve battery. Display backlighting on BBL models is on whenever the gauge is on. Backlighting is not apparent under bright conditions. Operation – Ranges above 2000 including 3000 psi, 5000 psi These ranges have a 4-digit display with a lower alphanumeric display. Press and hold the pushbutton for approximately 1 second. The full-scale range is indicated, display segments are tested, and the reading and units are displayed. Power-Up With Zero – Ranges above 2000 including 3000 psi, 5000 psi 1. Make absolutely certain no pressure is applied to the gauge. The gauge port should be exposed to normal atmospheric pressure. Note that the zeroing function may only be activated at power-up and the stored zero correction is erased when the gauge is shut off. 2. Press and hold the pushbutton. 3. The full-scale range is indicated and the display segments are tested. 4. Continue to press the pushbutton until o o o o is displayed and then release the button. This indicates that the gauge has been zeroed. 5. The actual pressure is displayed. Attempting to zero the gauge with pressure greater than approximately 3% of full-scale applied will result in an error condition, and the display will alternately indicate E r r 0 and the actual measured pressure. The gauge must be powered down to reset the error condition. Absolute reference gauges do not use the zero feature since they read atmospheric pressure under normal conditions. Normal Operation – Ranges 2000 and up including 3000 psi, 5000 psi Following the start-up initialization, the display indicates the pressure reading updated approximately 3 times per second and the units. The auto shutoff timer starts when the gauge is powered up or whenever the button is pushed, unless the gauge was ordered without an auto shutoff time (-NS option). If excessive vacuum is applied to a pressure-only gauge, the display will indicate – E r r until the vacuum is released. Applying vacuum to a gauge designed for pressure may damage the pressure sensor. If excessive pressure is applied (112.5% over range), an out-ofrange indication of i – – – or i –.–.–.– will be displayed depending on model. 1000B, 1001B, 1000BBL Display Backlighting (BBL models only) Display backlighting can be turned on by momentarily pressing the button whenever the gauge is on. The backlighting will turn on for one minute and then automatically shut off. This also restarts the auto shutoff timer. Backlighting is not apparent under bright conditions. Shut-Down To shut off the gauge manually at any time, press and hold the pushbutton until the display indicates O F F (about 5 seconds) and then release. For gauges with auto shutoff, the display indicates O F F five seconds prior to auto shutoff. The pushbutton can be pressed to keep the gauge on. The auto shutoff and backlight (if equipped) timers are reset whenever the pushbutton is pressed and released. If the gauge was ordered without auto shutoff, it will stay on until manually shut off or until the batteries are depleted. Turn gauge off when not in use to conserve battery life. Battery Replacement A low battery indication will be shown in the upper lefthand corner of the display when the battery voltage falls sufficiently. The battery should be replaced soon after the indicator comes on or unreliable readings may result. Remove the 6 Phillips head screws on the back of the unit. Remove the battery holder or cover depending on the model. Carefully remove batteries from the holders by lifting up the positive end of the battery (opposite the spring). Take care not to bend or distort the battery retention springs. DO NOT discard the old battery into fire, any other sources of extreme heat, or in any other hazardous manner. Please consult local authorities if there is any question about proper disposal. Always replace both batteries at the same time with high quality alkaline batteries. Observe the polarity of the batteries when replacing them. The negative (flat) end of each battery should be inserted first, and should face the spring in the battery holder. Replace the back cover, including the rubber sealing gasket. 1100B and 1100BBL (NEMA 4X) 2.88” 3.0” 3 /2 digit or 41/2 digit display 31/2 digit or 4 /2 digit display PSIG PSIG 1 1 Turn at hex fitting only OMEGA Engineering Inc./Made in USA 0.75” /4”NPT 1 3.38” Zero Span Zero Span 0.75” /4”NPT 1 1.65” Turn at hex fitting only! OMEGA Engineering Inc./Made in USA 3.5” 2.0” DPG1000B, DPG1001B, DPG1000BBL, DPG1100B, DPG1100BBL Calibration of Ranges 2000 and up including 3000 psi, 5000 psi NOTE: Calibration Information All gauges are factory calibrated on NIST traceable calibration equipment. No calibration is required before placing the gauge into service. Gauges can be returned to Omega Engineering for factory certified recalibration. NIST traceability is available. Gauges can also be recalibrated by any metrology lab with pressure calibration equipment at least four times more accurate than the gauge. Absolute reference models display atmospheric pressure if the gauge port is open to the ambient. It is normal for the reading to constantly change in response to atmospheric pressure changes. Vacuum generation and atmospheric pressure measurement equipment for accurate calibration and thus these are more difficult to calibrate in the field. Calibration Preparation – All Models All gauges are factory calibrated using NIST traceable calibration equipment. Calibration is not required before using the gauge. Calibration intervals depend on your quality standards, but annual re-calibration is customary. Calibration equipment is not required to zero gauge reference ranges. Absolute reference ranges may be zeroed with application of full vacuum. Span calibration should only be performed using appropriate calibration procedures with calibration standards that are at least four times more accurate than the gauge being calibrated. The calibration system must be able to generate and measure pressure/vacuum over the full range of the gauge. A vacuum pump able to produce a vacuum of 100 microns (0.1 torr or 100 millitorr) or lower is required for vacuum and absolute gauges. It is good practice to install fresh batteries before calibrating battery-powered gauges. Allow the gauge to equalize to normal room temperature for approximately 20 minutes before calibration. DPG1000B, DPG1001B, DPG1000BBL Ranges above 2000 DPG1100B, DPG1100BBL Ranges above 2000 Entering Calibration Mode Remove the rear cover to gain access to the UP and DOWN buttons located near the lower right and left corners of the circuit board. Calibration of Ranges up to 1999 DOWN DPG1000, DPG1001 DPG1100 For DPG1000AD and DPG1100AD models remove the front covers to access the zero and span calibration potentiometers. For DPG1100AD models unscrew the nylon cover screws to access the zero and span calibration potentiometers. Gauges may be re-zeroed without affecting the span calibration. For gauge reference models the gauge port must be open to the ambient. For absolute reference models full vacuum must be applied. Adjust the zero control until the gauge reads zero with the minus (–) sign occasionally flashing. Zero calibration must be done before span calibration. Using the appropriate pressure standards, record readings at three to five points over the range of gauge and adjust span control to minimize error and meet specifications. UP With the gauge off, press and hold the DOWN calibration button, and also press the front button. The full-scale pressure range and display test is shown, and then CAL is displayed to indicate that the calibration mode is enabled. Release all buttons. The gauge enters and remains in the calibration mode until restarted manually or power is removed. Features not related to calibration are disabled. If the power is removed during calibration, settings will not be saved. The display will indicate the current pressure reading, updating approximately 3 times per second. Each press of the UP or DOWN button makes a small correction, which may not always be indicated on the display. Press and hold the button for one second or longer to make larger corrections. The gauge’s display is adjusted to match the calibrator’s reading. 3 Gauge Reference Ranges (3 Points) With the gauge port open to atmosphere, the character display will alternate between ZERO and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication of zero. Apply full-scale pressure (or vacuum for vacuum gauges). The character display will alternate between +SPAN and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to full-scale pressure. Apply 50% of full-scale pressure. The character display will alternate between +MID and CAL. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to 50% of fullscale pressure. Absolute Reference Ranges (3 Points) Apply full vacuum to the gauge. The character display will alternate between ZERO and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication of zero. Apply full-scale pressure. The character display will alternate between +SPAN and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to fullscale pressure. Apply 50% of full-scale pressure. The character display will alternate between +MID and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to 50% of fullscale pressure. Bipolar (±) and Compound Ranges (4 or 5 Points) With the gauge port open to atmosphere, the character display will alternate between ZERO and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication of zero. Apply full-scale positive pressure. The character display will alternate between +SPAN and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to fullscale pressure. Apply 50% of full-scale positive pressure. The character display will alternate between +MID and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to 50% of full-scale pressure. Apply full vacuum. The character display will alternate between –SPAN and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to the full vacuum reading. Gauges using a ±15 psig sensor have a –MID calibration point. Apply 50% of the full-scale vacuum range (for example, –7.4 psi for a ±15 psi gauge). The character display will alternate between –MID and CAL. Press the UP and DOWN buttons to obtain a display indication equal to 50% of full-scale vacuum. Exit Calibration Mode and Verify Calibration Exit the calibration mode and save the calibration data by pressing and holding the front button until the display indicates OFF. Verify readings at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% of full scale. Replace the rear cover and screws, taking care not to pinch the wires between the case and the rear cover. WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. warrants this unit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 13 months from date of purchase. OMEGA’s WARRANTY adds an additional one (1) month grace period to the normal one (1) year product warranty to cover handling and shipping time. This ensures that OMEGA’s customers receive maximum coverage on each product. If the unit malfunctions, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. OMEGA’s Customer Service Department will issue an Authorized Return (AR) number immediately upon phone or written request. Upon examination by OMEGA, if the unit is found to be defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no charge. OMEGA’s WARRANTY does not apply to defects resulting from any action of the purchaser, including but not limited to mishandling, improper interfacing, operation outside of design limits, improper repair, or unauthorized modification. This WARRANTY is VOID if the unit shows evidence of having been tampered with or shows evidence of having been damaged as a result of excessive corrosion; or current, heat, moisture or vibration; improper specification; misapplication; misuse or other operating conditions outside of OMEGA’s control. Components in which wear is not warranted, include but are not limited to contact points, fuses, and triacs. OMEGA is pleased to offer suggestions on the use of its various products. 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