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OEM Style, Compact Pressure Transducers with Cable | PX190

0 to 75 psi


Item# PX191-075GV5

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1-4 $120.00
5-9 $114.00
10-24 $111.60
25-49 $106.80
50-99 $104.40
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0 to 75 psi PX191-075GV5 PX191-075GV5
  • Cost efficient
  • Rugged IP67 rated design
  • Compact size with less than 2" length
  • 17-4PH stainless steel wetted parts
  • Good total accuracy and interchangeability
  • Excellent selection for OEM applications

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Pressure Range Unit
Pressure Range Min
Pressure Range Max
Pressure Range
Pressure Type
Accuracy Class
Accuracy Value (compensated range)
Output Signal
Electrical Output
Pressure Port Size
Pressure Port Type
Operating Temperature Range

Product Specs

  • Accuracy ±0.5 %
  • Burst Pressure 1,740 PSI
  • Compensated Temperature 0 to 70 °C (32 to 158 °F)
  • Electrical Connection 19” (0.5m) long cable
  • Insulation Resistance ≥100MΩ@250V DC
  • Output Signal 0.5 to 4.5 V or 4 to 20 mA
  • Over Pressure 2×FS
  • Power Supply 5V DC for PX191 Models, 10 to 28V DC for PX192 Models
  • Protection Rating IP67
  • Storage Temperature -20℃~100℃ (-4 to 212 °F)
  • Zero Thermal Error ±0.02 %FS/℃

Omega's PX190 Rugged IP67 Compact Pressure Transmitter series is a terrific option for OEM or general purpose applications where an economical choice is needed. These transducers are designed for general industrial and commercial applications where good accuracy and reliability are also important. The PX190 series is constructed with a rugged, compact design that is under 2" - a great fit for small spaces. And with wetted parts made of 17-4PH stainless steel, this transducer has high strength, good corrosion resistance, and good mechanical properties that make it compatible with a wide variety of media. This transducer comes in both voltage and current output options and a variety of pressure ranges that cover gauge pressure from 0 to 700 psi.

Wiring Color Code

Wire Color 3-wire2-wire
Red +V+V

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For the PX191 (voltage output signal) transducers, what are the wires? I'm specifically wondering about the number of wires and the gauge as well as how a customer can pick out which wire corresponds to what.

Asked by: LewisCJ
The PX191 Series pressure transducer is a 3 wire voltage output device. Wiring is as follow. Red = + Input Power, White = + Output Signal, Black= Common (- Input Power & - Output Signal
Answered by: Application Engineer JK
Date published: 2020-04-06

According to your website power supply requirement is : 5V DC for PX191 Models, 10 to 28V DC for PX192 Models. I have a PX191, 3-wire voltage output of 0.5 - 4.5 V. I'll repeat my earlier question- what is the amount of current required for these.

Asked by: becky
Becky, thank you for contacting Omega Engineering. Maximum current draw would be 24 mA. You can consider using the PST-4130 power supply. If you have more questions please email pressure@omega.com
Answered by: SAE OE
Date published: 2021-09-23

What is the maximum resolution of the transducer? We need to measure in resolution of 0.001 torr.

Asked by: Nadav
Thank you for you inquiry This unit will not woirk to .001 torr please contact the pressure engineers to discuss options that are available.
Answered by: application engineer je
Date published: 2021-07-26

Several questions - What will the voltage at 1 Torr be and what will the voltage be at 2 Torr? What is the mass of the unit?

Asked by: JoeRay
The output from the PX190 is 0.5 to 4.5, from zero to full scale. 1 Torr = 0.019337 PSI, the amount of change in the output that you would see from a 75 PS I sensor would be so small we would recommend that you choose a lower range sensor.
Answered by: rkent
Date published: 2021-08-09

A PX-191 appears to require a 5 Vdc excitation voltage. What is the current draw?

Asked by: becky
Thank you for your inquiry Power Supply requirement is 10 to 28V DC with the maximum current draw would be 24 mA
Answered by: rkent
Date published: 2021-09-23

Will PX190 work with gas and liquid pressures?

Asked by: manu
Thank you for your inquiry Yes the unit has 17-4PH stainless steel wetted parts so as long as the media will work with stainless steel that would be fine.
Answered by: application engineer je
Date published: 2021-03-15

What is meant by cable connection? Cannot find information on what the end looks like. Need it to know what it is for data acquisition device and power supply

Asked by: corycharter
The PX190 Series unit have a 19" cable permanently attached. The cable has bare wire connections at the end. This is a 2 wire loop powered device.
Answered by: Application Engineer JK
Date published: 2021-09-22

I am trying to connect the PX912 (4-20mA) to a Danfoss VDF (VLT Aqua Drive) with no success. The application exaple for the VDF shows a 2-wire transducer, but this is a 3-wire... what should the connection look like?

Asked by: JPP1982
PX192 is a 2-wire 4 to 20mA device. You would only use the RED (+) and BLACK (-) leads. The GREEN is only used on the PX191 which is a 3-wire Voltage output device
Answered by: JKengineer
Date published: 2021-03-10
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