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Strain gauge pressure transducer PT124B-112
piezoresistive4-20 mAthreaded

strain gauge pressure transducer
strain gauge pressure transducer
strain gauge pressure transducer
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Characteristics

Technology
strain gauge, piezoresistive
Output
4-20 mA
Mounting
threaded
Material
stainless steel
Other characteristics
compact, OEM, high-temperature, with amplified output, temperature-compensated, high-sensitivity
Applications
for extruders, for the plastics industry, for extrusion lines, melt, for melt
Process temperature

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

300 °C (572 °F)

Max.: 350 °C (662 °F)

Pressure range

Min.: 1,500 psi

5,000 psi

Max.: 2,000 psi

Description

Description PT124B-112 Series Melt Pressure Transmitter can achieve the pressure and temperature measuring. It adopts special material and alloy elastic membrane to low down temperature draft and improve accuracy. The zero & full span can be calibrated, with amplify signal be connected with PLC, and internal 80% calibration. Application It has the wide application in high-temp liquid pressure measurement and control such as Chemical & Fiber equipment, polyester equipment, etc. Specifications Pressure range: 0-10MPa…0-150MPa(0-1500psi…0-20000psi) Over Pressure: 1.5 X FSO Combined Error: ± 0.5% FSO (Including Linearity, Repeatability & Hysteresis) Output: 4-20mA, 0-10V, 0-5V Input Voltage: 10VDC; 24VDC Repeatability: +/- 0.2%FSO Bridge Resistance: Input: 345 Ohms minimum Output: 350 Ohms +/- 10% Internal Shunt Calibration (R-Cal): 80% FSO +/- 1% Insulation Resistance: 200 megohms @ 100 Vdc Max Diaphragm Temperature: 260℃ Mounting Torque: 500 inch/lbs. maximum Standard Wetted Parts: Diaphragm coated 15-5 PH SST Electrical connector: 6PIN connector Process connector: 1/2″-20UNF, M14×1.5, M18×1.5 Optional
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