DP transmitter for measuring pressure difference between two pressure points which can tolerate up a very high overload pressure independently on either the positive or negative side port or both together at the same time.
Overpressure protection related product information and technical help for applications where the pressure may exceed normal operational limits and suitable measures must be taken to protect measurement instrumentation and other components from damage.
Differential pressure transmitter with an output scale to measure over 0 to 1 psi pressure drop on a 2000 psi system line pressure.
Pressure transmitter with a 400 bar maximum overpressure capability for measuring over a 0 to 1 bar pressure range.
All welded stainless steel diaphragm pressure sensor for mobile hydraulics, refrigeration or oxygen applications. This pressure sensor is available in the ranges from 6 bar up to 600 bar gauge with a 4-20mA or 0-10Vdc output signal.
Pressurised tank liquid level differential pressure cell transmitter for process plant storage.
The XMD differential pressure transmitter has an accuracy of 0.1% FSO for turn-down ≤ 5:1, and an overpressure on either side of up to 130 bar.
I am looking to measure a differential pressure across a filter element. Air is being drawn through the filter via an extraction fan.
Mechanical Stop is an internal component which protects pressure sensing components from overpressure by limiting the deflection of the diaphragm.
Overpressure is used to describe a condition where the pressure value has exceeded operational limits or a threshold pressure.
Can you tell me the advantages and disadvantages of using either the PD39X or the PD33X dp sensor?
4-20 mA signal vacuum transmitter with a 0 to 100 mbara range which can withstand a 5 bar absolute overpressure.
70 bar (1000 psi) range high overpressure differential pressure transmitter which can withstand an overpressure of up to 450 bar (6500 psi) on either port individually.
Wet/wet dp sensor with a 0 to 1 bar differential pressure measuring range and a 4-20 mA output signal.
I am looking for a 4-20mA output DP sensor with a -1 to 3 bar differential range for use on water. The sensor will need to withstand an overpressure of 20 bar on the positive side and 1.5 bar on the negative side.
I’m looking to monitor the depth of water in a river up to around 1 metre deep, but occasionally there is a storm and the river swells to a depth of 10 metres.
I have a confusion regarding the difference between the maximum working pressure, overpressure and burst pressure for pressure transmitters.
It is possible to view part of the diaphragm on most pressure transducers and some which are completely exposed such as flush diaphragms are particular vulnerable to mechanical damage.
Rangeable DP Cell current loop process transmitter for monitoring differential pressures in a heavy duty process plant environment.
Wet wet differential pressure sensor with a high overpressure rating on both positive and negative pressure side for protection against damage.
Digital pressure sensor with 3 separate channels for measuring P1, P2 and DP readings plus 2 temperature channels.
Flush capacitive ceramic pressure sensor for measuring corrosive and viscous liquid level from levels 0.4 metres of water up to 200 mH2O.
Differential pressure transmitter with high over-load capability for measuring low differential pressures from 8mb up to 6 bar differential.
High pressure differential sensor with high over-pressure in scaleable differential ranges from 3 bar up to 300 bar differential.
Low range differential pressure sensor with rangeable 4-20mA current loop or amplified voltage output signal in pressure ranges from 1.6mb up to 6 bar differential
When specifying a pressure range for a hydraulic system there maybe a risk of high pressure spikes.
What pressure range you select for a pressure measurement application affects the accuracy and the service life of a pressure transducer.