PRESSURE/ VACUUM SENSORS
There are three different types of pressures that can be measured using Premier Electrosystems' Pressure Sensors: Gauge, Absolute, and Differential.
Gauge pressure is the pressure measured relative to the ambient atmospheric pressure.A typical application for a gauge pressure sensor is to measure liquid levels in a vented tank using the difference in hydrostatic pressure and ambient atmospheric pressure.
Absolute pressure sensors will give the result relative to zero (a perfect vacuum). This is useful in applications where there is a direct effect of altitude on the pressure being measured.
Differential pressure sensors measure the difference in pressure between two points. Differential pressure sensors are often used to monitor airflow in HVAC applications.
PRESSURE/ VACUUM SENSOR AND TRANSMITTER
* CE Compliant
* Wide Temperature Range
* Variety of Pressure Ports and Electrical Configurations
* Optional Stainless Steel Snubber
* Gage, Sealed, Compound
* 10 V/m EMI Protection
* Reverse Polarity Protection on Input
* Short Circuit Protection on Output
* +/-0.25% Accuracy
* /-1.0% Total Error Band
* Compact Outline
* -40°C to +125°C Operating Temperature
* Industrial Process Control and Monitoring
* Advanced HVAC Systems
* Refrigeration Systems
* Automotive Test Stands
* Off-Road Vehicles
* Pumps and Compressors
* Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems
* Agriculture Equipment
* Energy Generation and Management
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