316 Stainless Steel Pressure Transmitter

316 Stainless Steel Pressure Transmitter

●Full welding construction suitable for hard working conditions.
●High performance, all solid, corrosion resistant.
●Accept special customization.
●Strong anti-interference ability, long - term stability.
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316 Stainless Steel Pressure Transmitter

Description 

UPB11 full welded 316 stainless steel pressure transmitter is made based on silicon piezoresistive technology, The pressure sensor UPX19 with isolated stainless steel diaphragm is welded directly on the transmitter base. Full stainless steel welding construction, make the product to avoid the unreliable sealing problem due to medium incompatible with o-rings or O-ring aging.

This 316 stainless steel pressure transmitter has various output forms (including various analog models and RS485 digital signals etc.)

Features 

●Full welding construction suitable for hard working conditions

●High performance, all solid, corrosion resistant 

●Accept special customization

●Strong anti-interference ability, long - term stability

Specifications 

pressure mediumgas or liquid compatible to stainless steel
pressure ranges-1...0~0.1...1000bar
pressure typegauge(G), absolute(A), sealed gauge(S)
overload pressure 150%FS
output signal4~20mA, 0~5V, 0~10V, 1~5V,0.5~4.5V
accuracy0.1%FS, 0.25%FS(standard), 0.5%FS
load resistance RL=(U-12V)/0.02A (4~20mA current output) U—loop voltage (V) 
long-term stability <0.2%FS/year
supply voltage12~32VDC
compensated temperature range-10~+70℃
operating temperature range-30~+100℃
temperature coefficient of zero0.2%FS/10℃
temperature coefficient of span0.2%FS/10℃
process connectionG1/4 or others
electrical connectionhirschmann connector( DIN43650) or others
material of wetted part1Cr18Ni9Ti
material of pressure membrane316L
material of housing1Cr18Ni9Ti
sealing welded
Application

UPB11 full welded 316 stainless steel pressure transmitter is widely used for pressure measurement and control of petroleum, chemical-industry, metallurgy, power station and hydrology, etc.

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