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Absolute pressure transducer FP2000 Series Pressure Transducer
differentialbarometricsilicon

absolute pressure transducer
absolute pressure transducer
absolute pressure transducer
absolute pressure transducer
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Characteristics

Pressure type
absolute, differential, barometric
Technology
silicon
Fluid
for gas, for liquids
Material
stainless steel
Other characteristics
high-sensitivity, fully-welded
Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 116 °C (241 °F)

Pressure range

Min.: 0.5 psi

Max.: 10,000 psi

Description

Honeywell's FP2000 series of pressure sensors is a highly configurable platform of pressure sensors allowing customers to choose from multiple accuracies, outputs, pressure ports, electrical terminations and pressure ranges to meet a particular application needs. These silicon based pressure sensors offer a higher frequency response with higher sensitivity and overload capacity. Available with absolute, gauge, barometric, vacuum reference or differential (wet/web, wet/dry). Typical / potential applications include engine and transmission test stands, fluid pump pressure, hydraulic and pneumatic system monitoring, flow measurement, leak detection and more. - Ranges: 0.5 psi to 10,000 psi for Gage & Absolute; 0 in. Hg to 30 in. Hg for Barometric; Up to 15 psi for Vacuum; 0.5 psid to 1,000 psid for Differential - Accuracies from ±0.25 % BFSL to ±0.10 % BFSL - Ha C276/316 Stainless Steel wetted material - Media: Gases, liquids compatible with wetted parts - mV/V, 0 Vdc to 5 Vdc, 0 Vdc to 10 Vdc, 4 mA to 20 mA - Intrinsically safe option - CE available Fast delivery from stock (typically 10 business days or less).

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