I've been trying to find an affordable (<$150) 2-port manometer that measures pascals, down to the tenth of a pascal. Is seems that there are a lot of units that can measure in IWC at low levels, but not in pascals.

I don't need one that does anything fancy. I just want to see pressure. Has anyone had any luck finding such a unit? If so, please let me know!

Isaac Savage

Home Energy Partners

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I found one (after lots of searching)! It appears to cost around $350.

Dwyer makes one that measures kPa to .0001 resolution. If you don't mind moving the decimal over in your head, it's an easy way to save about $450/manometer.

The model # is:   Dwyer  477-000-FM

http://www.transcat.com/PDF/477_cat.pdf

Actually, you don't even have to move decimals in your head. It also reads in pascals to 0.1 resolution.

It also depends on the range of the manometer.

Most will do multiple engineering units. We offer quite a few different models:
http://www.tequipment.net/hvac-equipment-and-instruments/hvac-tab-t...

Hit me up with any questions.

Pete

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