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Differential pressure transmitter VEGADIF 65

differential pressure transmitter
differential pressure transmitter
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Pressure type
Output signal
threaded, flange
Other characteristics
stainless steel, precision, with aluminum housing, for liquids and gases, IP67, IP68, IP66
Process temperature

Max.: 120 °C (248 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Pressure range

Max.: 40 bar (580.15 psi)

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)


With metallic measuring diaphragm Application area For level measurement in superimposed pressure vessels and flow measurements in combination with effective pressure transducers. Further applications are pressure monitoring of filters as well as density and interface measurements. The differential pressure transmitter VEGADIF 65 can be used universally for the measurement of liquids, gases and vapours. Typical applications are level measurements in pressurized vessels as well as flow measurements in combination with DP flow elements. Further applications are pressure monitorings on filters as well as density and interface measurements. Measuring range - Pressure -40 ... 40 bar Process temperature -40 ... 120 °C Process pressure -1 ... 420 bar Materials, wetted parts 316L Alloy C22 (2.4602) Alloy 400 (2.4360) Tantalum Alloy C276 (2.4819) Rhodium>Gold>Alloy Threaded connection ¼ - 18 NPT Flange connection ≥ DN32, ≥ 1⅜" Seal material EPDM FKM FFKM Copper Housing material Plastic Aluminium Stainless steel (precision casting) Stainless steel (electropolished) Protection rating IP66/IP68 (0,2 bar) IP66/IP67 IP66/IP68 (1 bar) Output 4 … 20 mA/HART Profibus PA Foundation Fieldbus 4 … 20 mA Ambient temperature -40 ... 80 °C Explosion protection Intrinsic safety Ex ia Pressure-tight encapsulation Ex d Overfill protection WHG Adjustment PLICSCOM PC, PACTware and DTM HART-Communicator Software (e. g. AMS™, PDM)


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