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Absolute pressure transducer PX3 Series
piezoresistiveratiometricrugged

absolute pressure transducer
absolute pressure transducer
absolute pressure transducer
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Characteristics

Pressure type
absolute
Technology
piezoresistive
Output
ratiometric
Protection level
rugged
Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 125 °C (257 °F)

Pressure range

Min.: 1 bar (14.5 psi)

Max.: 46 bar (667.17 psi)

Description

Honeywell is pleased to introduce the latest addition to our PX series of heavy duty pressure transducers, the PX3 Series, built for system pressure monitoring in HVAC/R, refrigeration, air compressor, pump and valve systems. These rugged, durable sensors use piezoresistive sensing technology with ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) signal conditioning in a brass housing and Metri-Pack 150 electrical connector. Fully calibrated and temperature compensated from -40 °C to 125 °C [-40 °F to 257 °F]. Pressure range: 1 bar to 46 bar | 15 psi to 667 psi (absolute and sealed gauge) Honeywell’s PX3 series: - Deliver high efficiency: Proven, ±1.0 %FSS tight Total Error Band (TEB) accuracy promotes system efficiency and lower energy costs - Offer great customer value: An economical choice for design and implementation with the right combination of features and broad media compatibility. Flexible options with multiple configuration possibilities - The durable design and construction promotes system uptime: For enhanced performance in tough environments to support overall system quality, reliability and warranty - Have fast availability: Short lead times on samples and production parts Contact us to learn more

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