relative pressure transmitter / absolute / membrane / piezoresistive
23 Ed, 25 Ed series

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Characteristics

  • Pressure type:

    relative, absolute

  • Technology:

    membrane, piezoresistive

  • Output signal:

    analog, RS485

  • Mounting:

    threaded, flush diaphragm

  • Other characteristics:

    steel, stainless steel, precision, CE, temperature-compensated, with long-term stability, ATEX, for harsh environments, with diaphragm seal, fully-welded, oil-filled, rugged, with temperature sensor, for liquids and gases, custom

  • Process temperature:

    Min.: -30 °C (-22 °F)

    Max.: 100 °C (212 °F)

  • Pressure range:

    Min.: -1 bar (-14.5 psi)

    Max.: 300 bar (4,351.13 psi)

Description

These piezoresistive pressure transmitters with pressure proof housing are approved for use in explosion risk areas of group II. They provide stable and accurate measurements of absolute and gauge pressures of liquid and gaseous media in the pressure range between 0,1 and 300 bar.

Analog transmitters, Series 23 Ed and 25 Ed:
This series is based on the stable piezoresistive transducer with analog electronics. The zero point and sensitivity, and the temperature coefficients for the zero point and sensitivity, are compensated by resistors and/or potentiometers.

Digital transmitters Series 33 X Ed and 35 X Ed:
This series features microcontroller-based electronic evaluation to ensure maximum accuracy. Each transmitter is gauged across the entire pressure and temperature range. This provides the basis for calculating a mathematical model that corrects all reproducible errors. The pressure value can be read via the interface and at the same time it is also available in analog form as a 4…20 mA or 0…10 V version.

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