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PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS
PT / SML
SiMF-20.0
SiFSS-34.0
PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS/TRANSMITTERS
PT/SML
Description:

The pressure transducer contains a minimum of components: the sensor element, one signal conditioning, ASIC and a power stage. The ASIC is a precision CMOS circuit with EPROM data storage utilizing an analog signal path with the extended temperature range for industrial and automotive applications. The electronic sensor calibration is performed by use of an in house designed test and calibration system which utilizes state of the art, electronic trimming technology and A/D converter controlled amplifiers based on switch capacitor technology.

The stainless steel pressure port resists unfriendly media such as oil, diesel, fuel, waste water and other unfriendly liquids. Quality is strictly controlled according to ISO 9001 quality guidelines.
Sensor Type:
Measuring Principle:
Pressure Range:
Over Pressure:
Burst pressure:
Protection Class:
Gauge and/or Absolute
Piezoresistive
-1 … +1 bar, 0 … 4000 bar
1.5 X
2 X
IP 65
Applications:
q Hydraulic Controls
q Pump and Compressors
q Pneumatic Controls
q Industrial Robots
q Off-road Vehicles
q Process Controls
q HVAC
q Water Management
q Petrochemicals
Features:
➤ Stainless Steel Diaphragm Poly-Si-SiO2-Layer
➤ Wetted components: 17-4 pH
➤ No O-rings, No Silicone Oil
➤ 4 to 20 mA (2 wire)
➤ Class: ± 0.25%
➤ signal ASIC conditioned.
➤ Vibration Proof
➤ EMI and ESD Proof
Electrical Characteristics:
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Span
16
mA
Full scale output
20
mA
Zero output
4
mA
Total Accuracy
0.5
%FS*
Response Time
1
ms
Supply Voltage
10
32
Volt DC
Loading
Vs - 10V/20mA
Insulation resistance at 50 V
100
* Total accuracy includes non - linearity, hysteresis, repeatability and temperature effects!
Environmental Data:
Temperature Operating: -40 ~ +100˚C / 120˚C
Temperature Operating: -40 ~ +125˚C
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