Pressure Level Transmitter

$ 1,092.00$ 2,111.20


Pressure Level TransmitterPressure Level Transmitter provides accurate, stable, and reliable pressure measurement in difficult applications.   In addition, the small compact design allows the sensor to be directly connected to a process.

This provides a quick, easy, and cost-effective installation.  Diaphragm options allow for one to measure the Delta pressure between two sides.  Pressure transmitters for storage tanks and vessels or tanks under vacuum.

The sensor provides superior measurement capability that can be used for almost any line pressure or tank level applications.

The Level Transmitter is available in either gauge or absolute pressure in pressure ranges to 4,000 psi (275 bar).  It utilizes a solid-state, polysilicon pressure sensor with a choice of either 316L or Hastelloy C-276 isolating diaphragms.  The low oil fill of this design has very little temperature effect and outstanding accuracy.

Also, the transmitter is suitable for almost any location in which value is a priority.  Its patented piezoresistive silicon sensor, dual-compartment housing, and compact, lightweight design add up to a reliable, convenient, and economical installation wherever it is applied.  In addition, it is designed with reliability, long-term performance, and maintainability in mind.

The Pressure Level Transmitter is available with a wide range of options to provide solutions for virtually any application.

Additional information

Weight 11 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 14 × 14 in
Connection end

Flanged, Threaded, Sanitary

Remote Diaphragm

No, Yes


2", 3", 4"


24VDC, 120VAC


Explosion Proof, intrinsically Safe



Communication Protocol



4-20MA, 0-10VDC (Optional)

QC Test Certificate

No, Yes

Pressure Class


Media Type



< 251 °F, > 250 °F



Differential Pressure Transmitter Specifications

Ranges0.25 mbar - 7.5 mbar
1.2 mbar - 62.3 mbar
6.2 mbar - .62 bar
24.9 mbar - 2.49 bar
.20 bar - 20.6 bar
Diaphragm Material316L SST, Alloy C-276, Alloy 400
Temperature LimitsAmbient: -40 to 185 F
Storage: -50 to 230 F
Communication OptionsModbus RTU, HART
Output Options4-20MA, 0-10vdc



Manual for differential pressure transmitter

PLT Calibration


Q:  What is a pressure level transmitter?

A:  A pressure level transmitter is a device used to measure the pressure of a fluid (liquid or gas) at a specific point. It translates the pressure readings into electrical signals, which can be utilized for monitoring, control, or data acquisition.

Q:  How does a pressure level transmitter work?

A:  Pressure level transmitters typically use a sensing element (such as a diaphragm or piezoelectric sensor) to detect pressure changes. This information is then converted into an electrical signal, often using technologies like strain gauges or capacitance sensors, and transmitted to a receiving device for interpretation.

Q:  What are the common applications of pressure level transmitters?

A:  Pressure level transmitters are used in various industries, including oil and gas, chemical processing, water and wastewater management, food and beverage production, and pharmaceutical manufacturing.  They are often employed to monitor and control levels in tanks, pipelines, and other vessels.

Q:  What are the different types of pressure level transmitters?

A:  There are several types of pressure level transmitters, including hydrostatic, differential pressure, and absolute pressure transmitters.  Each type serves distinct purposes and is suitable for specific applications.

Q:  What are some key factors to consider when selecting a pressure level transmitter?

A:  When choosing a pressure level transmitter, it’s essential to consider factors such as the type of pressure being measured (gauge, absolute, or differential), the required accuracy, the compatibility with the process material, environmental conditions, and any necessary communication protocols.

Q:  How do you calibrate a pressure level transmitter?

A:  Calibration of a pressure level transmitter involves adjusting the device to ensure its output accurately corresponds to the applied pressure. This is typically done using a reference standard and following the manufacturer’s recommended procedures.

Q:  What are the benefits of using a pressure level transmitter?

A:  Using a pressure level transmitter provides real-time monitoring, precise control, and the ability to gather data for analysis, leading to improved process efficiency, reduced waste, and enhanced safety in industrial operations.


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