A digital pressure calibrator is an electronic device which is used to measure the pressure of liquids in the laboratory. In some cases, it is also used to test for the proper working condition of the laboratory equipment. There are different types of pressure calibrators which are available, but all of them have similar functions and basic principle in testing the pressure.
Digital Pressure Calibrators
One kind of pressure calibrator is a digital pressure gauge, which uses a computer to calculate the pressure. The computer keeps track of the temperature and the humidity level in the lab and the pressure is calculated automatically. However, the computer can be set up to determine the correct measurement by using a digital readout, a mechanical pressure gauge or a manual gauge. This is one of the best ways to measure the proper pressure, and this type of device also provides accurate readings.
Another type of digital pressure gauge is the one that uses a mechanical probe to determine the pressure. There is also the pressure gauge that uses the pressure measuring device such as a hydrometer or the static pressure gauge. This type of digital pressure gauge has more accuracy than the other two.