Pressure Sensors Plod Along

No Matter What Market Researchers Say, High Technology Has Not Reached The Pressure Sensor Business

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Tiny Transmitter

Company's 1/32 DIN strain meter/controller measures inputs from load cells, pressure transducers, and any strain gauge sensor.  It has built-in 5 or 10-VDC excitation for bridge transducers, supports 4 and 6-wire bridge configurations, and makes ratiometric and non-ratiometric measurements. It connects directly to an Ethernet network and can send and receive data in standard TCP/IP packets.

 

Newport Instruments

714/540-4914     www.newportus.com

 

 

Pressure Regulators

Pressure-reducing, back-pressure and vaporizing regulators can be used in sample conditioning systems, gas and liquid analysis systems, calibration and carrier gas cylinders and delivery systems, instrument air and specialty gas pressure control. Regulators are available in a variety of piston-type and diaphragm-type designs and all models have a captured inlet gauze-type filter and fine pitch stem threads for better control.

 

Swagelok

440/349-5934     www.swagelok.com

 

 

Pressure Calibrator

The Series 600 automated pressure calibrator has eight ranges with an accuracy of 0.01% FS of each calibrated range. Suitable for use in calibration labs, it has dual channels, high-speed regulators, and on-board pressure generation. Its color touch screen user interface has multilingual menu capability. Ranges are 5--1500 psia and 10 in./H2O to 1500 psig.

 

Mensor

800/984-4200     www.mensor.com

 

Thin-Film

Pressure Transducers

Series 1500 thin-film pressure transducers and transmitters have all-welded construction and choice of integral hermetic connector or molded, integral cable. They have no mechanical fasteners, washers, O-rings, or fluid fills. Full scale ranges are from vacuum to 6,000 psi with accuracies of 0.5%, 0.25%, and 0.1%. Outputs include 0-5 VDC, 0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA.

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