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Thin Film Cryogenic Pressure Transducer

Item# PX1005L1-015AV

Thin Film Cryogenic Pressure Transducer Thin Film Cryogenic Pressure Transducer

Description

OMEGA’s PX1005 Sputtered Thin Film Pressure Transducer was designed for cryogenic service it can operate in temperatures from -196°C to +149°C (-320°F to +300°F.) Yet, even in these difficult temperatures, it provides outstanding accuracy, long-term calibration stability and reliability. Static accuracy is ±0.25%, and thermal zero and sensitivity shifts over the compensated range of -196°C to +27°C (-320°F to +80°F) are less than ±0.01%/°F. The all-welded stainless-steel pressure cavity and double-isolated case ensures reliability in the tough environments normal to cryogenic service. OMEGA’s thin film technology makes this premium performance possible. The strain gages are sputter-deposited, forming a molecular bond with the substrate. There is virtually no shift, drift, or creep to cause the transducer’s calibration to change. OMEGA’s PX1005 is available in many standard ranges from 15 psi to 1,000 psi. A calibration record is supplied with every unit.
PX1005L1-015AV
  • High Performance
  • High Reliability
  • 0.1% Stability for 18 months
  • Operates from -196 to +149°C (-320 to +300°F)
  • Exceptional Calibration Stability
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1-4 $1,690.00
5-9 $1,656.20
10-24 $1,622.40
25-49 $1,554.80
50-99 $1,537.90
100+ $1,521.00

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 8 weeks

Product Specs

  • Accuracy Value Combined linearity
  • Excitation 10 Vdc
  • Input Resistance 100 M or greater @ 45 Vdc
  • Maximum Compensation Temperature -196°C (-320°F)
  • Minimum Compensation Temperature -196°C (-320°F)
  • Pressure Burst Pressure 200% of rated pressure will not cause changes in performance beyond the specified tolerances
  • Output Resistance 400 Ω nominal
  • Vibration At 35 g peak from 10 Hz to 2000 Hz (1/2" D.A.)
  • Shock 100 g
  • Wetted Materials Stainless Steel

Description

OMEGA’s PX1005 Sputtered Thin Film Pressure Transducer was designed for cryogenic service it can operate in temperatures from -196°C to +149°C (-320°F to +300°F.) Yet, even in these difficult temperatures, it provides outstanding accuracy, long-term calibration stability and reliability. Static accuracy is ±0.25%, and thermal zero and sensitivity shifts over the compensated range of -196°C to +27°C (-320°F to +80°F) are less than ±0.01%/°F. The all-welded stainless-steel pressure cavity and double-isolated case ensures reliability in the tough environments normal to cryogenic service. OMEGA’s thin film technology makes this premium performance possible. The strain gages are sputter-deposited, forming a molecular bond with the substrate. There is virtually no shift, drift, or creep to cause the transducer’s calibration to change. OMEGA’s PX1005 is available in many standard ranges from 15 psi to 1,000 psi. A calibration record is supplied with every unit.

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