Absolute pressure transmitter Cerabar PMC51
ceramiccapacitivedigital

absolute pressure transmitter
absolute pressure transmitter
absolute pressure transmitter
absolute pressure transmitter
absolute pressure transmitter
absolute pressure transmitter
absolute pressure transmitter
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Characteristics

Pressure type
absolute
Technology
ceramic, capacitive
Output
digital, HART, Profibus
Mounting
flange
Fluid
for gas, for liquids
Material
stainless steel
Protection level
ATEX, SIL
Applications
for medical applications, process
Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 130 °C (266 °F)

Pressure range

40 bar (580.15 psi)

Description

The Cerabar PMC51 digital pressure transmitter with capacitive, oil-free ceramic measuring cell is typically used in process and hygienic applications for pressure, level, volume or mass measurement in liquids and gases. It guarantees high degree of system safety thanks to vacuum-proof ceramic membrane with integrated breakage detection. Quick Setup with adjustable measuring range allows simple commissioning, reduces costs and saves time. SIL2 according to IEC 61508 / IEC 61511. Single chamber aluminum or stainless steel (316L) housing. Process connections: Threads, flanges or hygienic connections International explosion protection certificates, SIL, hygienic approvals, marine approvals Benefits Best fit for vacuum applications and applications with corrosive and abrasive media Process safety through membrane breakage detection Overload-resistant high purity ceramic sensor (99.9% Al2O3) Condensation resistant also for hygienic applications Easy menu-guided commissioning via local display, 4 to 20mA with HART, PROFIBUS PA, FOUNDATION Fieldbus Process pressure up to SIL2, certified to IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 Available with mounted manifolds: always fit, always tested for leaks

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