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Relative pressure sensor x|act ci
ceramicHARTthreaded

relative pressure sensor
relative pressure sensor
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Characteristics

Pressure type
relative
Technology
ceramic
Output signal
HART
Mounting
threaded, flush diaphragm, flange
Other characteristics
with amplified output, stainless steel, two-wire, precision, with long-term stability, for the food industry, process, temperature-compensated, CE, explosion-proof, high-overpressure, multifunction, IP67, RoHS, with LCD display, low pressure, smart, ATEX, EMC, custom, for the petrochemical industry, corrosion-resistant, rugged, with selectable measurement range, digitally compensated, programmable, for liquids and gases, with digital display
Process temperature

Min.: -30 °C (-22 °F)

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Pressure range

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 20 bar (290.08 psi)

Description

The precise pressure transmitter x|act ci measures the pressure of gases, steam and fluids. The special-developed capacitive ceramic sensor for this transmitter, which can optionally be delivered in pure ceramic, has a high overpressure capability and excellent media stability. Several process connections e.g. inch thread or hygienic versions like Varivent, dairy pipe or Clamp are available. The robust stainless steel globe housing has a high ingress protection IP 67 and all characteristics for a residue-free and antibacterial cleaning. Features: - nominal pressure: 0 ... 160 mbar up to 0 ... 20 bar - accuracy: 0.1 % FSO - turn-down 1:5 - hygienic version - flush mounted, capacitive ceramic sensor - several process connections (inch thread, Clamp, etc.) - with integrated display and operating module - diaphragm Al2O3 (99.9 %) Optional Features: - IS-Version Ex ia = intrinsically safe for gases and dusts - HART®-communication

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