New Products: Pressure Sensors for HVAC and Refrigeration

March 17, 2009
Low-range differential-pressure sensors range from 0-to-1 and 0-to-10-in.

Low-range differential-pressure sensors range from 0-to-1 and 0-to-10-in. H20 while gage and absolute versions come in pressure ranges up to 6,000 psi. The sensors operate on 5 Vdc and provide a 0.5 to 4.5-Vdc linear amplified output proportional to pressure for the gage and absolute versions. Low range differential pressure sensors produce 0.25 to 4-Vdc output.

Other features include EMI, RFI, and reverse-polarity protection; long-term stability; and low hysteresis. Housing materials include stainless steel, brass, and plastic composite. A host of electrical and process connections, including a Schrader deflator, meet customer design specifications. All sensors are temperature compensated as well as being RoHS compliant and carry the CE mark.

14501 Princeton Ave.
Moorpark, CA 93021
(805) 523-2000

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