Press Release Summary:
Suitable for dynamic or static measurement, 300 Series is available in pressure ranges from 0-15 psig and 0-10,000 psig, as well as standard absolute ranges from 15-200 psia. Constructed of stainless steel, units are compatible with chemically aggressive media and resistant to shock and vibration. Sensor is welded directly to process connection, eliminating need for gaskets or seals, and all electrical components feature EMC protection compliant with EN 61 326.
Original Press Release:
NOSHOK Announces Compact OEM Pressure Transducers
Berea, Ohio (February 3, 2009) NOSHOK's 300 Series compact-sized pressure transducer delivers long term stability during operation, and is ideal for use in general industrial applications where space is limited and durability is essential.
This transducer is excellent for use in dynamic or static measurement, in applications including hydraulic and pneumatic systems, pumps and compressors, stamping and forming presses, test equipment and systems, and industrial machinery and machine tools.
The NOSHOK 300 Series Transducer's rugged, high quality stainless steel construction makes it compatible with chemically aggressive media, and highly resistant to shock and vibration. The sensor is welded directly to the process connection, eliminating the need for any gaskets or seals while also increasing its resistance to mechanical stress.
A wide variety of electrical and mechanical connections are available for easy installation into most applications along with most popular analog output signals. All electrical components carry a high degree of EMC protection compliant with EN 61 326 which make it ideal for areas where RFI, EMI or ESD signals are present.
The 300 Series Transducer is available in pressure ranges from 0 psig to 15 psig, and 0 psig to 10,000 psig, as well as standard absolute ranges from 15 psia to 200 psia.
For more information, download the NOSHOK Electronic Measurement Solutions Catalog (NK08ES-1), or order a printed copy at www.noshok.com by filling out a Literature Request form in the Reference Material section.