Pressure Transducers feature amplified outputs.

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Packaged in stainless steel housing, solid state Series PX209 incorporates 4-active-arm-bridge sensor using micro-machined diffused silicon diaphragm, thin film media, and dielectric isolation barriers. ASIC provides temperature compensation from -4 to +176°F. Outputs include 0-5 Vdc, 0-10 Vdc, or 4-20 mA, which interface with most industrial controls. Able to withstand high shock and vibration, transducers feature 100,000 hour typical MTBF.



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PX209 and PX219 Rugged Solid-State Pressure Transducers with Amplified Outputs



o Stainless Steel Fitting and Body
o 0 to 5 Vdc, 0 to 10 Vdc or 4 to 20 mA Outputs Interface with Most Industrial Controls
o Solid State Media Isolation Suitable for Use with Most Industrial Fluids and Oils
o Broad Temperature Compensated Range of -20 to 80°C Yields High Stability with Changing Temperatures
o Electrical Isolation to 100 Meg Ohms Assures Long Term Reliability
o Rugged High Shock and Vibration Design for Tough OEM Applications
o 100,000 Hours MTBF Typical

OMEGA's PX209 Series pressure transducers are accurate, highly reliable pressure transducers suitable for the harshest industrial environments. The small size and lightweight of the PX209 Series make them ideal for tough vibration and shock environments. The unusually high performance of this transducer comes from the 4-active-arm-bridge sensor using a micro-machined diffused silicon diaphragm and proprietary thin film media and dielectric isolation barriers. A proprietary ASIC provides excellent temperature compensation from -20 to 80°C (-4 to 176°F), and very tight tolerances for zero balance and span. Packaged in an all stainless steel housing, PX209 has excellent shock and vibration performance and the wetted parts are impervious to almost all industrial liquids and gases.

$195.00
PX209-015G5V

For More Information, please contact OMEGA Engineering, Inc. at 203-359-1660 or go to: http://www.omega.com/pptst/PX209_PX219.html

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