Differential pressure transmitter SH series

differential pressure transmitter
differential pressure transmitter
differential pressure transmitter
differential pressure transmitter
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Pressure type
Output signal
analog, digital
Other characteristics
stainless steel, precision, CE, temperature-compensated, intelligent, for corrosive environments, for the petrochemical industry, silicone oil-filled, for HVAC systems, with LCD display, wet/wet, with digital display, programmable, for marine applications, with aluminum housing, for liquids and gases, custom, with amplified output, corrosion-resistant, with selectable measurement range, for boilers, IP65, oil-filled, for harsh environments, digitally compensated, for water treatment
Process temperature

Max.: 85 °C (185 °F)

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)

Pressure range

Max.: 100,000 Pa (14.5 psi)

Min.: 3,000 Pa (0.44 psi)


SH pressure transmitters are developed for measuring gas and liquid pressures. They find applications in many industries like water supply & agricultural engineering, heating engineering, laboratories, machine construction, etc. It possess a nominal range of pressure different between ± 10kPa & ±100kPa. The maximum common mode pressure is 10times Pdif nominal and the maximum overpressure is 20times Pdif nominal. The maximum error percentage is 1, error in zero temperature is typ. 0.1% maximum 0.3%/10°C and the span temperature error is typ. 0.1% max. 0.3%/10°C. The operating temperature range is -25 ÷ 85°C(-20 ÷ +70°C with display). The media and storage temperature range is -25 ÷ 100°C. The storage temperature range with display is -25 ÷ 80°C. The supply voltage is 5 ÷ 36V dc and the supply current is typ. 4mA. The analog output is 4 ÷ 20mA 2wire or 0 ÷ 20mA 3wire.


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