Precision Pressure Transducer delivers ±0.15% FS accuracy.
October 23, 2012 -
Available with choice of pressure and electrical connections, Heise® Model HPK offers current or voltage outputs to indicate readings from vacuum through 20,000 psig and absolute ranges to 150 psia. All-welded stainless steel construction of this analog output device promotes durability and media compatibility. Also, sensor design delivers long-term stability and ±0.15% FS accuracy.
New Transducer Targets "Sweet Spot" in Precision Sensing
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Press release date: October 22, 2012
The new Heise® Model HPK compact pressure transducer brings renowned Heise® dependability and precision to an affordable, analog output device. Available with a choice of pressure and electrical connections, the HPK offers either current or voltage outputs to indicate readings from vacuum through 20,000 psig and absolute ranges to 150 psia. All welded stainless steel construction ensures durability and media compatibility, while an advanced sensor design delivers long term stability and ±0.15% F.S. accuracy. Each Heise® Model HPK pressure transducer is authenticated with a nine-point NIST traceable calibration report.