Heavy Duty Flush Diaphragm Pressure Transmitters0 to 300 psi, Gauge Pressure
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- Stainless Steel Construction
- Processing or Industrial Applications
- Rugged Flush Diaphragm for Measurement of Difficult Fluids
- 10 ft Cable with Conduit Connection for Installation in Harsh Environments
- Heavy Duty 1 /2 " NPT Fitting
- 4-20 mA Output for Noise Free Transmission
- NIST Traceable Calibration Certificate
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- Accuracy Value 0.25
- Excitation 10 to 40 Vdc
- Wetted Materials Stainless Steel Diaphragm
- Zero Balance 4 mA +10% -2% adj
OMEGA's PX43 is a high-accuracy, current output, industrial pressure transmitter with a heavy-duty flush diaphragm. It is designed for use with food and industrial fluids and slurries that are difficult to measure because of sticking or plugging of orifices. It's hermetically sealed, all stainless steel construction make it suitable for the harshest industrial environments. Ten feet of 2-conductor shielded cable is standard with a second ½NPT fitting on the body for conduit installation. Pressure ranges from 0 to 50 up to 0 to 750 psi are available to cover most processing and industrial applications.
Excitation: 10 to 40 Vdc
Output: 4 to 20 mA ±10% adj
Zero Balance: 4 mA +10% -2% adj
Accuracy: 0.5% linearity, hysteresis and repeatability combined
Operating Temp Range: -46 to 121°C (-50 to 250°F)
Compensated Temp Range: 16 to 71°C (60 to 160°F)
Span: ±0.003% of rdg/°F
Zero: ±0.0045% of FSO/°F
Proof Pressure: 150% of range
Burst Pressure: 300% of range
Wetted Parts: 17-4 PH stainless steel with 316 stainless steel diaphragm
Pressure Port: ½-14 NPT male
Electrical Connection: 3 m (10') 2-conductor shielded vented cable with ½-14 NPT fitting
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