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Temperature-compensated pressure transmitter ATM.ECO
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temperature-compensated pressure transmitter
temperature-compensated pressure transmitter
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Characteristics

Pressure type
relative, absolute
Technology
piezoresistive
Output signal
DC output
Mounting
threaded, flush diaphragm
Other characteristics
precision, stainless steel, CE, for pharmaceutical applications, IP67, temperature-compensated, for nuclear power plants, rugged, with long-term stability, fast response time, economical, high-sensitivity, fully-welded, for engines, for the petrochemical industry, RoHS, high-overpressure, for medical applications, for liquids and gases, custom, with pulse-snubber, for railway applications, with amplified output, with selectable measurement range, for the food industry
Process temperature

Max.: 150 °C (302 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Pressure range

Max.: 1,000,000 mbar (14,503.77 psi)

Min.: 100 mbar (1.45 psi)

Description

ATM.ECO - Analog Pressure Transmitter with Temperature Compensation Features Pressure measuring range: 100 mbar … 1000 bar Accuracy: ≤ ± 0.25 % FS Operating temperature: -40 … 125°C Process temperature: -40 … 150°C Output signal: 0 … 5 / 0 … 10 VDC, 4 … 20 mA Total Error Band: ≤ ± 0.70 %FS (0 … 70°C) Process connection: G 1/4 F, 1/4 NPT, 1/2 NPT, G 1/4 M, G1/2 M Materials: Stainless steel Customer benefits Entry level series into precision pressure measurement High measurement accuracy is ensured by sophisticated digital temperature compensation algorithms Any measuring ranges between 0...100mbar and 0...1000bar available Fast customization thanks to configurable product design Reverse polarity and short circuit protected, with integrated overvoltage protection

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