Relative pressure transmitter XMP i

relative pressure transmitter
relative pressure transmitter
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Pressure type
relative, absolute, vacuum
membrane, piezoresistive
Output signal
threaded, flush diaphragm, flange
Other characteristics
temperature-compensated, stainless steel, precision, high-temperature, with integrated amplifier, rugged, silicone oil-filled, process, SIL, IP67, for liquids and gases, for water treatment, oil-filled, with amplified output, explosion-proof, two-wire, for harsh environments, for pharmaceutical applications, ATEX, CE, with long-term stability, low pressure, for refrigeration circuits, high-overpressure, for the petrochemical industry, with selectable measurement range, with diaphragm seal, smart, multifunction, digitally compensated, with display, SIL 2, with aluminum housing, for the food industry, EMC, programmable, fast response time, custom, RoHS
Pressure range

Max.: 600 bar (8,702.26 psi)

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)


The process pressure transmitter XMP i has been especially designed for the process industry and measures vacuum, gauge and absolute pressure ranges of gases, steam, fluids and dust up to 600 bar. Different process connections such as threads and flanges with an internal or flush welded diaphragm are available and can be combined with a cooling element for media temperatures up to 300°C. Features: - nominal pressure: 0 ... 400 mbar up to 0 ... 600 bar - accuracy: 0.1 % FSO - turn-down 1:10 - two chamber aluminium die cast case or stainless field housing - internal or flush welded diaphragm - HART®-communication - IS-version Ex ia = intrinsically safe version for gases and dusts Optional Features: - IS-Version Ex d = flameproof enclosure - integrated display and operating module - special materials as Hastelloy® and Tantalum - cooling element for media temperatures up to 300°C


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