Choose vacuum pressure transmitters for measurements over the low vacuum range of 25 to 760 Torr, using an absolute or negative gauge reference vacuum range.
Use these vacuum pressure transmitters to measure partial vacuums on manufacturing processes, food packagers, autoclave sterilizers, leak testers, suction pumps and atmospheric simulators.
Vacuum pressure transmitter with a 4-20mA 2 wire current loop output for measuring suction pressures relative to atmospheric pressure or absolute zero referenced pressures.
- DPS200 HVAC Differential Pressure Transmitter
- DPS300 User Switchable Pressure Range, Volts or Current Output Low DP Sensor
- DMK457 Marine Approved Pressure Transmitter
- DS200P Sanitary Low Range Pressure Gauge, Switch and Sensor
- DPS Low Differential Pressure Transmitter
- DMP331P Hygienic Flush Pressure Transmitter
- DMP343 Low Range Pneumatic Pressure Sensor
- LEO3 Current or Digital Output Pressure Gauge
- DMP331i High Accuracy Pressure Transmitter
- DMK331P Flush Diaphragm Pressure Sensor
- DMP457 Marine Approved Pressure Transmitter
- XMPi Process Plant Gauge and Absolute Pressure Transmitter
Specifying vacuum pressure transmitter requirements
Some questions to ask when defining the product requirements for a vacuum pressure transmitter.
What range of vacuum do you need to measure, is it over the whole range from atmospheric pressure to a high vacuum, or a partial vacuum such as reducing the pressure to 90% atmospheric pressure?
Are you measuring vacuum relative to full vacuum reading, which would need an absolute reference, or are you measuring vacuum relative to atmospheric pressure, which would require a gauge reference?
Current output type
What current output scaling is required for the vacuum transmitter signal, e.g. 4-20mA, 0-20mA?
How accurate does the vacuum reading need to be in % of full range or vacuum units such as mbar, Torr, inHg, mmHg or psi?
Do you have a preferred way of connecting the current output signal to your vacuum measurement instrumentation?
Do you need a connector or a cable supplied with the transmitter?
What is the vacuum medium being measured? A vacuum measurement application often involves the removal of air, but it can involve any type of gas, and this may affect the suitability of materials used in the construction of the transducer, so it is an important consideration to ensure the long term reliability of the vacuum pressure transmitter.
Do you have a preferred vacuum connection for mounting the transmitter? The level of vacuum being applied can influence the type of connection required, particularly high vacuums where vacuum compatible materials and vacuum seal integrity becomes more restrictive.
Checklist for vacuum pressure transmitter requirements
Define your vacuum pressure transmitter requirements using this checklist:
- Vacuum range?
- Reference type?
- Current output type?
- Electrical connection?
- Media type?
- Process connection?