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 - Discontinued Compact Stainless Steel Current Output Pressure Transmitter

PX410

Compact Stainless Steel Current Output Pressure Transmitter | PX410

Compact Stainless Steel Current Output Pressure Transmitter

£510.00 PX410-015GI

  • Rugged All Stainless Steel Construction Well Suited for Corrosive Media
  • 1 /2 " NPT Conduit Wire Port
  • Reverse Supply Voltage Protection
  • Ideal for Monitoring Remote Applications
  • Shock and Vibration Resistant

Description

The PX410 series has been discontinued. Please see the Configured MM Pressure Transducers for possible alternatives or contact our Pressure Engineering department.

SPECIFICATIONS
Excitation:
12 to 40 Vdc [linear derating to 35 Vdc from 25 to 100°C (77 to 212°F)] reverse polarity protected
Output: 4 to 20 mA
Insulation Resistance: 1000 MΩ @ 50 Vdc
Accuracy: 1% BFSL (includes linearity, repeatability and hysteresis)
Zero Balance: 4 mA ±0.4 mA
Operating Temperature Range: -18 to 100°C (0 to 212°F)
Compensated Temperature Range: -1 to 54°C (30 to 130°F)
Thermal Zero Effect: <±1% of full scale over compensated temp range
Thermal Span Effect: <±1% of reading over compensated temp range
Proof Pressure:
    Range ≤200 psi: 2x rated pressure
    Range >200 psi: 1.5x rated pressure
Burst Pressure:
    Range ≤200 psi: 10x rated pressure
    Range >200 psi: 5x rated pressure
Body/Diaphragm Material: Brazed assembly of 300 Series stainless steel
Shock: 50 g, 5 ms
Vibration: 20.7 g rms, 20 to 2000 Hz
Pressure Port: 18 NPT
Electrical Conduit Connection: ½ NPT
Weight: 170 g (6 oz)
All amounts shown in EUR, GBP, or USD
Note: Sealed Gage: Measured with respect to a standard atmosphere (14.7 psia)
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