Cerabar PMP pressure transducers measure absolute or gauge pressure in gases, vapors, liquids and dust.
Endress+Hauser introduces Cerabar PMP11, 21 and 23 pressure transducers that measure up to 6,000 psi and are factory spanable to specific application requirements. The transducers are available with threaded or welded hygienic process connections, meet a variety of industry standards including FDA, FM, IEC and Ex, and provide 4-20 mA or 0-10 Vdc output signals.
These durable and reliable transducers provide excellent performance. The Cerabar PMP11 and PMP21 pressure transducers measure pressures from -15 to 6,000 psi at temperatures from -40 to 212 °F with accuracy of 0.5% and 0.3%, respectively.
The Cerabar PMP23 pressure transducers measure pressures from -15 to 600 psi at temperatures from 14 to 212 °F with accuracy of 0.3%. The IP69 housing and process isolating diaphragm are 316L stainless steel. Fully welded hygienic process connections without additional adapters or O-rings are available for washdown applications. The PMP23 can be used in CIP and SIP applications at temperatures up to 275 °F for a maximum of one hour.
Transducer models with a valve plug can be fitted with the PHX20 local display. The one-line LCD shows measured values, fault messages and information messages. The device display can be turned in 90° steps, making it easy to reorient as required for improved readability.
Approvals include CE, ATEX, FM, FDA, CSA, GOST, IEC Ex, NEPSI Ex, TIIS, RCM-Tick Marking (Australia) and others. The transducers correspond to Article 3 (3) of the EC directive 97/23/EC (Pressure Equipment Directive), and have been designed and manufactured in accordance with Category I or II, SEP.
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Endress+Hauser is one of the largest instrument manufacturers in the United States’ industrial automation industry – specializing in automation solutions for the Chemical, Food & Beverage, Oil & Gas, Water and Wastewater, Life Sciences, Power and Energy, Primaries, and Pulp and Paper Industries. Endress+Hauser, a Switzerland based company, first began operations in the U.S. in 1970. Since that time, Endress+Hauser has continued to invest in its U.S. operations - investing an average of 10% of its annual revenue into its infrastructure.
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