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Pressure transmitters

May 20, 2013
  The 31CS and 32CS Series intrinsically safe pressure transmitters are CSA approved for use in hazardous areas. Both transmitters are identical with the exception of the pressure diaphragm. The 32CS version features a thicker diaphragm and a pressure restrictor that withstands cavitation or extreme pressure spikes, allowing for improved stability and reliability in pulsating applications.

The 31CS and 32CS Series intrinsically safe pressure transmitters are CSA approved for use in hazardous areas. Both transmitters are identical with the exception of the pressure diaphragm. The 32CS version features a thicker diaphragm and a pressure restrictor that withstands cavitation or extreme pressure spikes, allowing for improved stability and reliability in pulsating applications.

The transmitters feature Sputtered Thin Film sensing technology, 17-4 PH stainless-steel wetted parts, and ASIC-controlled thermal compensation and signal conditioning. The transmitters offer long-term stability (0.2% full scale/year drift) and high accuracy (0.25% full scale), as well as high resistance to shock and vibration.

Gems Sensors & Controls, One Cowles Rd., Plainville, CT 06062, (800) 378-1600, www.gemssensors.com

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