WIKA Differential Pressure Gauge with Output Signal (DPGT43HP.100, DPGT43HP.160)

For the process industry, high overload safety up to 40, 100, 250 or 400 bar


  • Acquisition and display of processes
  • Output signals 4 … 20 mA, 0 … 20 mA, 0 … 10 V for the transmission of process values to the control room
  • For measuring locations with a high differential pressure overload and/or high working pressures (static pressures), also in aggressive environments
  • Easy-to-read, analogue on-site display needing no external power

Special Features

  • High working pressure (static pressure) and high overload safety, selectable up to 40, 100, 250 or 400 bar
  • Measuring cell liquid dampening against rapid pressure changes
  • No configuration necessary due to “plug-and-play”
  • Differential pressure measuring ranges from 0 … 60 mbar
  • Individual, non-linear characteristic curves (e.g. x2 or √x for flow measurement)

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Wherever the differential pressure must be indicated locally and, at the same time, a signal transmission to the central control or remote centre is desired, the model DPGT43 intelliGAUGE® (patent, property right: e.g. DE 202007019025) can be used. The model DPGT43 is based upon a model 732.14 high-quality, stainless steel pressure gauge with a nominal size of 100 or 160. The pressure measuring instrument is manufactured in accordance with EN 837-3.
The use of high-quality stainless steel materials and the robust design are geared to applications in the chemical and process engineering industries. Thus the instrument is suitable for liquid and gaseous media, also in aggressive environments.
A high overload safety is achieved by the all-metal construction and the close-fitting design of the pressure element.

The robust diaphragm measuring system produces a pointer rotation proportional to the pressure. An electronic angle encoder, proven in safety-critical automotive applications, determines the position of the pointer shaft – it is a non-contact sensor and therefore completely free from wear and friction. From this, the electrical output signal, proportional to the pressure, of 4 … 20 mA, is produced. In addition, the electrical zero point can be set manually. The electronic WIKA sensor, integrated into the high-quality mechanical differential pressure gauge, combines the advantages of electrical signal transmission with a local mechanical display that remains readable during a power failure.
An additional measuring point with a mechanical pressure display can thus be saved.