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Relative pressure transmitter DMP 333
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relative pressure transmitter
relative pressure transmitter
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Characteristics

Pressure type
relative, absolute, vacuum
Technology
silicon, piezoresistive
Output signal
with electrical output signal, ratiometric
Mounting
threaded, O-ring
Other characteristics
compact, stainless steel, silicone oil-filled, IP67, two-wire, CE, temperature-compensated, with long-term stability, EMC, IP65, IP69, low pressure, fast response time, SIL, custom, oil-filled, explosion-proof, ATEX, for OEM, SIL 2, with amplified output, for water treatment, IP68, for liquids and gases, with integrated amplifier
Process temperature

Max.: 125 °C (257 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Pressure range

Max.: 600 bar (8,702.26 psi)

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Description

The pressure transmitter type DMP 333 has been especially designed for use in hydraulic applications with high static and dynamic pressure. The transmitter is characterized by an excellent long term stability, also under fast changing pressure as well as positive and negative pressure peaks. The modular concept of the device allows to combine different stainless steel sensors and electronic modules with a variety of electrical and mechanical versions.Thus a diversity of variations is created, meeting almost all requirements in hydraulic applications. Features: - nominal pressure: 0 ... 100 bar up to 0 ... 600 bar - accuracy: 0.1 % / 0.25 % / 0.35 % FSO - excellent long term stability, also with high dynamic pressure loads - insensitive to pressure peaks - high overpressure capability Optional Features: - IS-Version Ex ia = intrinsically safe for gases and dusts - SIL 2 version according to IEC 61508 / IEC 61511 - customer specific versions

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