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AutomationDirect: Pressure transmitters

AutomationDirect has added stainless steel and air differential pressure transmitters to its ProSense series.
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Compatible with many different media sensing applications, the ProSense SPT25 comes with an all stainless steel welded thin film sensing element that provides very fast response time. With a pressure sensing range from vacuum to 5,000 psi, transmitters are designed to resist vibration, shock and EMI/RFI while providing high accuracy over a wide compensated temperature range. Models feature a ¼-in. NPT male threaded process connection and are available with linear outputs of 4-20 mA or 0-10VDC and with electrical connections of either a DIN 175301-803C L-connector or a two-meter integral shielded cable.

The ProSense DPTA series differential air pressure transmitters are precision engineered for accurate low differential pressure measurement of air and non-condensing, non-corrosive gases. Transmitters are equipped with an ultra-thin single silicon crystal diaphragm capacitive sensor to provide inherent repeatability and stability. These transmitters are designed with brass barbed pressure ports, removable terminal blocks and a rugged ABS housing for DIN rail or panel mounting. The series is available in ranges from 0.1- to 25-in. water column to measure positive, negative, and bi-directional pressures, with the ability withstand 15 psi overpressure without damage or calibration shift.

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