Heavy duty pressure transducers

PX3 Series are compatible with common hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants and allow system pressure monitoring and performance.

03/28/2016


PX3 Series are compatible with common hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants and allow system pressure monitoring and performance. Courtesy: HoneywellHoneywell's PX3 Series transducers are heavy duty pressure transducers for HVAC and refrigeration equipment that enable system pressure monitoring and performance. With an external resistance from -22 to 122°F, the PX3 provide rugged environmental specs, including insulation resistance, dielectric strength, and freeze-thaw resistance. The series feature a pressure range of 15 to 667 psi. They are compatible with common hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants and next-generation low global warming potential refrigerants, as well as petroleum oils, lubricants, air, water, and hydraulic fluids. The PX3 series can be used in compressors and rooftop chillers, heavy-duty transportation, including air systems, and hydraulic oil pressure monitoring.

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