Pressure Transmitter performs hydrostatic level measurement.

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SITRANS P MPS includes submersible sensor for measurement in wells, tanks, channels, and dams. Transmitters are available for various measuring ranges and with optional explosion protection. With 0.3% accuracy, temperature-compensated product features flush-mounted piezo-resistive sensor with stainless steel diaphragm as well as electronic circuit fitted together with sensor in stainless steel housing. Cable contains strength cord and vent pipe.



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SITRANS P MPS Submersible Pressure Transmitter for Hydrostatic Level Measurement


The SITRANS P MPS pressure transmitter from Siemens includes a submersible sensor, for hydrostatic level measurements in wells, tanks, channels and dams. These pressure transmitters are available for various measuring ranges and with explosion protection as an option. A junction box and cable hanger are also available as accessories to provide easy installation. The compact transmitters feature an accuracy of 0.3%, and are ideal for use in oil and gas, shipbuilding, and water and wastewater industries.

The MPS series transmitters have a flush-mounted piezo-resistive sensor with stainless steel diaphragm. They are equipped with an electronic circuit fitted together with the sensor in a small, stainless steel housing. The cable also contains a strength cord and vent pipe. The transmitter is temperature-compensated to work in a wide range of temperatures.

The hydrostatic pressure of the liquid column acts on the sensor diaphragm and transmits the pressure to the piezo-resistive bridge in the sensor. The output voltage of the sensor is applied to the electronic circuit where it is converted into an output current of 4-20 mA.

For more information, contact

Teresa Parris, Marketing Communications Manager

Siemens Energy & Automation, Process Instruments

1201 Sumneytown Pike

PO Box 900

Spring House, PA 19477

215-646-7400 x2592

Fax: 215-646-3547

Teresa.parris@siemens.com

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