Compact pressure transducers

  • 13-Mar-2017 06:21 EDT
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OMEGA Engineering (Norwalk, CT) offers a new series of low-cost, compact pressure transducers with an all stainless-steel body and rugged construction. The new PX119 Series is designed to provide reliable pressure measurement for material handling, industrial and mobile equipment applications where cost and space constraints requiring a small body are important. A high reliability piezoresistive ceramic sensor with a custom ASIC signal conditioner provide what the company claims is an excellent thermally-compensated output. With pressure ranges from 15 to 5000 psig and psia ranges (1 to 345 bar), a standard 4 to 20 mA and CE certification, the PX119 is suited to meet the most demanding applications. For more information, visit http://www.omega.com/.

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