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December 20, 2012 - Rated for FS ranges from 30 in. Hg vacuum to 7,500 psi, Series 511 is suitable for liquids and gases and meets highest specification for mechanical stress and EMC compatibility. Ceramic sensor, utilizing integrated electronics, maintains linearity even in instances of over-pressure. Capable of  monitoring media with temperature range of -40 to 125°C, transmitters include rupture sealing device in connector to prevent media leakage in event of sensor failure.

New Low Cost Pressure Transmitter Designed for Demanding Industrial Applications


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Clark Solutions
10 Brent Dr.
Hudson, MA, 01749
USA



Press release date: December 12, 2012

Clark Solutions’ Model 511 Pressure Transmitters for liquids and gases meet highest specifications for mechanical stress.

Hudson, MA – Clark’s 511 Series Pressure Transmitters are compact, low cost pressure transmitters featuring ceramic sensor technology for a high degree of accuracy over a wide temperature range.

Rated for FS ranges from 30” Hg vacuum to 7500 PSI, Model 511 Pressure Transmitters meet the highest specification for mechanical stress, EMC compatibility, and operational reliability.  Utilizing integrated electronics, the ceramic sensor in Model 511 Pressure Transmitters is highly stable, maintaining linearity even in instances of over-pressure.  An excellent option when monitoring media with a temperature range of -40 to 125°C, the compact, rugged construction of Model 511 Pressure Transmitters includes a patented rupture sealing device in the connector to prevent media leakage in the event of sensor failure.  Available with ceramic and FPM wetted materials; Model 511 Pressure Transmitters offer an excellent range of media compatibility.

Clark Solutions has a fifty-year history of providing unique solutions to the measurement, control, and monitoring of pressure, flow, force, and level in liquids and gases.  Located in Hudson, Massachusetts, the company provides a wide range of instrumentation devices to record, monitor, and control flow, velocity, pressure, temperature, humidity, level, gas concentration, and other properties.  Clark Solutions also offers pumps for liquids, gases, and air, including diaphragm pumps, piston pumps, rotary vane pumps, gear pumps, peristaltic pumps, impeller pumps, centrifugal pumps, and bellows pumps.  Valve offerings include inert isolation valves, solenoid operated valves, valve actuators, pinch valves, manifold valves, ball valves, globe valves, butterfly valves, needle valves, and miniature and subminiature valves. 

For more information, contact Clark Solutions, 10 Brent Drive, Hudson, MA 01749, Tel. 978-568-3400, Fax 978-568-0060, email sales@clarksol.com, or visit our web site at http://www.clarksol.com.

Product URL:   http://clarksol.com/html/prodspecs511.cfm 

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