Pressure Transmitter suits semiconductor applications.

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CE listed MB-4/20 Two-Wire Pressure Transmitter provides 4-20 mA output and has 1 x 1 in. square modular block pressure port fittings. It offers pressure ranges of vacuum to 10,000 psi (gage or absolute), high burst pressure of 10x full scale, and overall accuracy of ±.25 FS. Unit includes zero and span adjustments, and hybrid compensation circuit. Stainless steel wetted surfaces make it compatible with most fluids and gases.



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Two-Wire Pressure Transmitter for Semiconductor Applications


TULARE, CA - PSI-Tronix, a division of Scientific Technologies Inc., introduces the low-cost MB-4/20 Two-Wire Pressure Transmitter. The CE listed MB-4/20 is a 4-20 mA output transmitter with 1 in. x 1 in. square modular block pressure port fittings specially designed for semiconductor industry applications.

Pressure ranges are vacuum to l0,000 psi (gage or absolute), high burst pressure is 10x full scale, and overall accuracy is ±.25 F.S. Additional features include high overpressure capability, zero and span adjustments, and a hybrid compensation circuit. An optional feature is adjustment capability with
disassembly.

Especially useful when there are great distances between the transmitter and data acquisition system, the MB-4/20 offers highly accurate measurement, exceptional durability and long life. Stainless steel wetted surfaces make this unit compatible with most fluids and gases. The compact size (3 oz.) makes the MB-4/20 ideal for use where space is a concern, without sacrificing high accuracy.

PSI-Tronix Technologies Inc., is a division of Scientific Technologies Inc., which has been selected twice by Forbes and three times by Business Week as one of the "world's best small companies." STI's Automation Products Group serves the factory automation, semiconductor, transportation, oil and gas, consumer and food processing industries with a diversified offering of sensing technologies. Products include level, flow, pressure sensing, positioning transducers, vehicle separation, profiling and ultrasonic sensors and controls.

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