Ultrahigh-performance pressure transducers

  • 21-Feb-2012 12:29 EST
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Setra Systems’ AccuSense Model ASM ultrahigh-performance pressure transducer is designed to provide accuracy, stability, and overpressure protection within demanding test environments. According to the company, the patented device ensures excellent linearity and stability with full-scale end-point accuracy of ±0.05% or ±0.1% of reading. Units are available in ranges from -14.7 to 1000 lb/in2 (-101.3 to 6894.7 kPa), with choices of gage or absolute pressures and 0- to 5-V dc, 0- to 10-V DC, or 4-20 mA outputs, as well as various pressure and electrical connector types, to suit exact user requirements. AccuSense Model ASM is suitable for high-tech industrial, laboratory R&D, and test-cell requirements, including engine diagnostics, engine dynamometer testing, and particle and test analysis (porosity testing equipment), or as a performance upgrade within legacy pressure-sensing applications.

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