Pressure transmitters for liquid and air

AutomationDirect adds stainless steel sensors for gas and liquid, and differential sensors for air.

05/15/2012


AutomationDirect adds stainless steel sensors for gas and liquid, and differential sensors for air.The ProSense SPT25 pressure transmitter series from AutomationDirect is engineered to meet many industrial, commercial, and OEM pressure measurement applications. Compatible with a variety of different media sensing applications, the all-stainless-steel welded thin film sensing element provides fast response time over a sensing range from vacuum to 5,000 psi. Transmitters are designed to resist vibration, shock, and EMI/RFI while providing high accuracy over a wide compensated temperature range. Models feature a ¼-in. NPT male threaded process connection and are available with linear outputs of 4-20 mA or 0-10 Vdc and with electrical connections of either a DIN 175301-803C L-connector or a two-meter integral shielded cable.

The ProSense DPTA series differential air pressure transmitters are designed for accurate low differential pressure measurement of air and non-condensing, non-corrosive gases. Transmitters are equipped with an ultra-thin single silicon crystal diaphragm capacitive sensor to provide inherent repeatability and stability. These transmitters are designed with brass barbed pressure ports, removable terminal blocks and an ABS housing for DIN rail or panel mounting. The series is available in ranges from 0.1 to 25 in. water column to measure positive, negative, and bi-directional pressures, with the ability withstand 15 psi overpressure without damage or calibration shift.

Edited by Peter Welander, pwelander@cfemedia.com



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