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Differential pressure transmitter ADP Series
thermal4-20 mAModbus

differential pressure transmitter
differential pressure transmitter
differential pressure transmitter
differential pressure transmitter
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Characteristics

Pressure type
differential
Technology
thermal
Output
4-20 mA, Modbus, RS-485
Other characteristics
CE, precision, OEM, temperature-compensated, with display, economical, with selectable measurement range, high-resolution, smart
Applications
for boilers, for clean rooms, process

Description

With CMOSens sensing elements embedded, ADP series differential pressure transmitter provides high stability and excellent reproducibility for the environmental measurement. It is perfectly designed for negative differential pressure isolation room, mechanical system engineering, environmental engineering, heat exchanger and used with Pitot tube for wind speed measurement and etc. 【Features】 • Using CMOSense technology sensor ensures reliability and no offset drift. • Measurement range in display is selectable • Two optional analog outputs • RS485 Modbus RTU communication • Non-stop data monitoring • Small size and easy installation • Optional LCD display • Protection IP54 for strict environment • Case Material cast aluminum • CE certification • Maintenance-free for normal indoor applications 【Specification】 • Measurement: air, N2, O2 • Measurement principle: Thermal flow-through principal • Measurement range: -25~25 Pa/ -125~125 Pa/ -500~500 Pa (Optional) • Power supply: 12 ~ 36V AC/DC,50/60Hz • Signal outputs: DC 4 ~ 20mA (Loading resistance ≦500Ω) DC 0 ~ 10 V(Loading resistance ≧50KΩ) RS485 (Modbus RTU) • Offset stability: < 0.1 pa/ yr. • Protection rate:IP54 • Cast Material: Cast aluminum • Dimensions (mm): 98(H) x 64(W) x 34(D)
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