Differential Pressure Transducers utilize solid state sensor.

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Based on micromachined silicon sensor, PX509HL Series provides stable reading with accuracy of 0.08% and broad compensated range of -20 to 85°C. Wet/wet differential pressure transducers operate in demanding industrial areas with ruggedized containment pressure up to 10,000 psi. Compensated overload range minimizes errors induced by large line pressures. Constructed of welded stainless steel, modular transducers offer user accessible potentiometers for zero and span.



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OMEGA Introduces High Accuracy Industrial Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transducer



Stamford, CT USA – Design & Manufactured by Omega



The PX509HL Series industrial differential pressure transducers are rugged shock and vibration rated with high accuracy and are specifically designed to provide long life in demanding industrial areas (ruggedized Containment Pressures up to 10,000 psi). The compensated overload range minimizes errors induced by large line pressures. Features include welded stainless steel construction, user accessible potentiometers for zero and span, and demountable electrical terminations or a fixed conduit fitting without trim pots.



They are temperature compensated over a broad range providing excellent thermal properties and high long term stability. A precision micromachined silicon sensor is at the core and provides a very stable reading with exceptional high accuracy of 0.08% and a broad compensated range of -20 to 85°C on most ranges.



Modular construction allows for fast delivery of most configurations, customized models also can be developed quickly to suit your exact needs.



Price Starts at $995



ATTN Editor, please use this link to the complete spec sheet as the link printed with the product release: http://www.omega.com/pptst/PX509HL.html



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