Pressure Transmitter

$ 889.00$ 1,745.00

Description

Pressure TransmitterPressure transmitter provides accurate, stable, and reliable pressure measurement in difficult applications.  The small compact design allows the pressure transmitter to be directly connected to a process – providing a quick, easy, and cost effective installation.

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

In addition, the 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.  Finally, the low oil fill of this design has very little temperature effect and outstanding accuracy.

Also, the sensor is suitable for almost any location in which value is a priority.  It’s patented piezoresisitive silicon sensor, dual-compartment housing, and compact, lightweight design adds up to a reliable, convenient, an economical installation wherever it is applied. In conclusion, it is designed with reliability, long-term performance, and maintainability in mind.

The pressure sensor is available with a wide range of options to provide solutions for virtually any application.

 

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Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 12 in
Size

1/2", 3/4", 1", 1-1/2", 2", 3"

Pressure Class

150LB (200PSIG @ <400F), 300LB (635PSIG @ <400F), 600LB (1270PSIG @ <400F)

Connection End

Flanged, Threaded, Sanitary

Voltage

120 / 208 VAC, 24 VDC

Classification

Intrinsically Safe (EXi), Explosion Proof (EXd)

Output

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

Communication Protocol

RS485, HART

Remote Display

Yes, No

QC Test Certificate

Yes, No

Specifications

 

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
LCDYes

Drawings

Downloads

Q&A

A Q&A, or Question and Answer session, is a common format used to exchange information and address specific queries related to a particular topic. In the context of pressure transmitters, a Q&A session could involve individuals asking questions about the functioning, installation, calibration, troubleshooting, and other aspects of pressure transmitters.

In a Q&A, experts or knowledgeable individuals provide answers to these questions and share insights, best practices, and technical knowledge related to pressure transmitters. This can help attendees gain a better understanding of pressure transmitters and address any concerns or uncertainties they may have.

Q: What are industrial Q&A pressure transmitters?

A: Industrial pressure transmitters are instruments used to measure and transmit pressure readings in various industrial applications. They are commonly used in process control systems to monitor pressure levels in tanks, pipelines, and other vessels.

Q: How do industrial pressure transmitters work?

A: Industrial pressure transmitters typically use a sensing element, such as a diaphragm or piezoelectric crystal. They are used to convert the physical pressure applied to it into an electrical signal. This signal is then amplified and processed by the transmitter electronics before being output as a standardized signal. This signal can be a 4-20 mA or digital communication protocols like HART, Modbus, or Profibus.

Q: What are some common types of industrial Q&A pressure transmitters?

A: Some common types of industrial pressure transmitters include absolute pressure transmitters and gauge pressure transmitters. Also used are differential pressure transmitters, and vacuum pressure transmitters. Additionally, they can be classified based on the sensing technology such as strain gauges, capacitive sensors, piezoresistive sensors, and optical sensors.

Q: What are some factors to consider when selecting an industrial pressure transmitter?

A: Factors to consider when selecting an industrial pressure transmitter include the type of application, the range, and accuracy. When the use of pressure measurements is required, the environmental conditions, the process media compatibility, the output signal requirements, and the level of electrical noise in the system.

Q: What are some common applications of industrial pressure transmitters?

A: Industrial pressure transmitters are used in a wide range of applications such as oil and gas, chemical processing, and water treatment. They can also be used for power generation, and food and beverage production. Also, particularly useful in process control systems for maintaining consistent pressure levels. They are also used for detecting leaks and preventing equipment damage due to overpressure.

Q: How are industrial pressure transmitters installed and maintained?

A: Industrial pressure transmitters can be installed in various configurations, such as in-line, flanged, or threaded connections, depending on the application requirements. They need to be properly calibrated and zeroed before installation to ensure accurate readings. Maintenance involves periodic inspection, cleaning, and recalibration to ensure proper functioning.

Q: What are some benefits of using industrial pressure transmitters?

A: Using industrial pressure transmitters can offer several benefits, including accurate and reliable pressure measurements. They also have remote monitoring capability, improved process control and efficiency, and reduced equipment downtime. Furthermore, maintenance costs, and improved safety by preventing overpressure incidents.

Q: Can industrial pressure transmitters be used in hazardous environments?

A: Yes, some industrial pressure transmitters are designed for use in hazardous environments and are certified. They comply with various safety standards, such as ATEX, FM, and CSA. These transmitters are made with explosion-proof housings and intrinsically safe electronics to prevent sparks and fires in potentially explosive atmospheres.

Q: How do industrial pressure transmitters differ from other types of pressure sensors?

A: Industrial pressure transmitters differ from other types of pressure sensors, such as pressure switches or gauges. Pressure sensors can provide continuous, real-time pressure readings and can transmit the signal over long distances. They also typically offer higher accuracy and reliability and can be integrated with process control systems for automated pressure control.

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