A pressure transducer, often called a pressure transmitter, is a transducer that converts pressure into an analog electrical signal. Although there are various types of pressure transducers, one of the most common is the strain-gage base transducer.
The conversion of pressure into an electrical signal is achieved by the physical deformation of strain gages which are bonded into the diaphragm of the pressure transducer and wired into a wheatstone bridge configuration. Pressure applied to the pressure transducer produces a deflection of the diaphragm which introduces strain to the gages. The strain will produce an electrical resistance change proportional to the pressure.
Gas, liquid, oil
Gauge pressure(G)---Max(0 ~ 60)MPa, Min(0 ~ 0.5)KPa
Absolute Pressure(A)---Max(0 ~ 60)MPa, min (0 ~ 5)KPa
Negative pressure(B)--- Max (-100KPa ~ 60)MPa, Min(-0.2 ~ 0.2 )KPa
2-3 times of Measuring range
15 ~ 36 VDC(rated 24VDC)
(4 ~ 20)mA (2/3/4 line), (0 ~ 10/20)mA, (0 ~ 5)V, (1 ~ 5)V, (0 ~ 10)V
-40 ~ 80°C Temperature Compensation：-20 ~ 70 °C
Up to 300°C
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