Class 1 SSDs typically use a pressure transducer to measure the pressure of the fluid or gas. The display unit then converts the electrical signal into a digital readout of the pressure.
Class 1 SSDs are available in a variety of sizes and pressure ranges. They are also available with a variety of features, such as backlighting, multiple pressure units, and data logging capabilities.
Some of the benefits of using a Class 1 SSD include:
- Accuracy: Class 1 SSDs are typically very accurate, with accuracies of +/- 1% or better. This is important for fire service applications, where accurate pressure readings are essential for safety and effectiveness.
- Reliability: Class 1 SSDs are designed to be reliable and durable. They can withstand the harsh conditions of the fire service, including extreme temperatures, vibration, and shock.