New Products: Pressure Transducer With Flush Diaphragm

Nov. 22, 2008
A flush diaphragm that introduces zero dead volume to a fixture.

The all-welded stainless-steel Model FT260 pressure transducer has a flush diaphragm that introduces zero dead volume to a fixture, eliminating the residue accumulation that clogs traditional pressure-port configurations. The sensing element is machined from a single piece of steel. Environmentally sealed, the FT260 operates at –100 to 300°F (compensated –65 to 250°F). Features include pressure ranges of 0 to 2,000 psi through 0 to10,000 psig/a, static accuracy of ±0.25% (BFSL), standard 3-mV/V output signal at 70°F, and burst pressure in the 3X FSO range.

The unit uses a standard bayonetstyle electrical connector and installation is via a 7/16-20 UNF thread with an O-ring seal. Options include alternative electrical terminations and pressure ports.

Stellar Technology Inc.
237 Commerce Dr.
Amherst, NY 14228
(716) 250-1900

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