Industrial Pressure Transducers

Industrial pressure transducers are designed to measure the pressure of a liquid or gas within some industry standard operating principle. Typically, industrial pressure transducers are designed to operate from -40°C to 85°C. Accuracy can be specified in many ways from sensor accuracy over a compensated range to total error band, encompassing all errors within a specification.

The term industrial also encompasses many different applications and requirements. Packaging can be modified to ensure sensor survivability and optimal performance in environmental conditions from factory floors to outdoor equipment that is cleaned with high pressure wash downs.

CS10 Industrial Pressure Transducer

≤ ±0.25% BFSL Accuracy | Pressures up to 40,000 PSI

The CS10 industrial pressure transducer is designed for various OEM low to mid-volume applications requiring a robust package with a variety of options. From a wide selection of electrical connections to numerous outputs and fittings, this pressure transducer can be used in various hydraulic and pneumatic applications.

CS1H High Accuracy Pressure Transducer

≤ ±0.1% BFSL Accuracy | Pressures up to 20,000 PSI

The CS1H series is a high performance precision pressure transducer designed for applications requiring high accuracy. A digital signal processor allows for excellent performance over temperature with continuous thermal compensation and linearity correction.

CS-SM Steel and Rolling Mill Pressure Transducer

≤ ±0.25% BFSL Accuracy | 4X Overpressure Protection

The CS-SM Steel and Rolling Mill Pressure Transducer is designed to withstand the rugged demands of the steel and aluminum industry. Features include a stainless steel body welded to a high strength stainless steel sensing element, 4X overpressure protection, welded snubber and a IP69 rating.

CS11 Media Isolated Pressure Sensor

≤ ±0.2% BFSL Accuracy | Pressures up to 2,000 PSI

This media isolated pressure sensor is available in various packages for embedding sensors into OEM applications such as manifolds, flow controllers, and test equipment. It is available in gauge, absolute and compound pressure measurement types in various materials and fittings.

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