Electronic pressure switch PSD series
for gaswith digital display

electronic pressure switch
electronic pressure switch
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Characteristics

Technology
electronic
Fluid
for gas
Other characteristics
with digital display
Pressure range

Max.: 700 bar (10,152.64 psi)

Min.: -1 bar (-14.5 psi)

Process temperature

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Description

Measuring range: -1 ... +1,5 bar ... 0 ... +600 bar Accuracy: ± 0,5% of FS tmax: +85°C (Medium) Connection: G ¼ Material: Connection of st.steel 1.4542 Housing of steel/die cast metal galvanised Output: 1 analogue output 4-20 mA or 0-10 V (switchable) 2 switching output PNP Options/Features: rotatable and invertible display; rotatable electrical connection; switch point status indication via LEDs The electronic KOBOLD pressure transmitter and switch PSD with integrated display is used for continuous pressure measurement and monitoring and allows simple switching point programming without pressurisation. For each switching point, the contact function (NC contact/ NO contact), the reset points and the switching function (hysteresis/window function) can be programmed. Switching currents ranging up to 500 mA can be switched by the output transistors. The long-term proven thin-film cells give this pressure switch very good repeating accuracy and a long life, even at high load alternation. The rotating display and rotating electrical connection allow the switch also to be used under extreme mounting conditions. All wetted parts are made of stainless steel, making almost all media restrictions unnecessary for the electronic pressure transmitter/switch. The electronic pressure transmitter/switch PSD can be used for a wide range of measuring tasks in hydraulics and pneumatics.

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