Industrial Pressure Transducers

Core Sensors offers pressure transducers for various industrial applications. Small profile, steel mill and other custom configurations are available.

Submersible Pressure Transducers

Core Sensors offers submersible pressure transducers for standard industrial and hazardous applications such as tank level monitoring. Available in slim design (0.63″ diameter) packaging with various outputs and cable lengths.

Differential Pressure Transducers

Core Sensors offers wet/wet differential pressure transducers for use in applications such as filtration and sealed tank level monitoring. Differential pressure ranges up to 300 PSI are available.

High Temperature Pressure Sensors

Core Sensors offers miniature pressure sensors designed to operate up to +204°C using a specialized silicon on sapphire technology. Designed for high temperature and downhole measurement applications.

Hazardous Location

Core Sensors offers pressure transducers certified to CSA Class I, Division 1 Intrinsically Safe and Class I, Division 2 Non-Incendive, meeting North American standards. Configurations include low and high pressure, submersible and differential.

RTD Temperature Transmitters

Core Sensors offers temperature transmitters for standard industrial applications requiring fluid temperature measurement. Configurable temperature ranges from -40 to +200°C are available with various probe lengths.


Core Sensors offers various accessories that can be coupled with our sensors for a complete installation package. Common accessories include cooling adapters, mating connectors and mating cable assemblies.

Pressure Sensors, Transducers and Transmitters up to 40,000 PSI

At Core Sensors, we understand the need for highly configurable sensors to ensure the best performance in your application. Our team has both product and application experience to support various sensor applications including industrial OEM equipment, hazardous location requirements and fully custom.

Certifications & Approvals

Core Sensors is dedicated to offering safe and compliant pressure sensors, transducers and transmitters. We currently hold certifications to CSA hazardous location, CSA ordinary location, ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) and CE. Certificates can be accessed and downloaded at anytime from Core-Sensors.com at the individual product level.

Wiring guides can be accessed and downloaded from Core-Sensors.com at any time. Contact us if you have any questions or do not see your connection listed.

Cooling Adapter for Extreme Temperatures

For applications where the temperature is outside of the specified temperature range of the transducer, Core Sensors offers an all 316L SS cooling adapter. This adapter isolates the transducer by increasing the distance from the extreme media temperature.

New Product: CS-SM Steel and Rolling Mill Pressure Sensor

Core Sensors has released the CS-SM series pressure sensor designed to operate in the rugged and demanding environments of the steel and aluminum industry. The CS-SM Steel Mill Pressure Sensor is ideal for applications such as roll forming, stamping, pumps and coolant systems.

Compound Pressure Transducers

In a compound pressure transducer, the sensor is zero referenced to atmospheric pressure. The transducer has an offset “zero” output signal such that the baseline signal measures a full vacuum pressure range of -14.7 PSI (or -1 bar). Typically this is offered for low pressure, gauge referenced transducers.

Bi-Directional Pressure Transducers for Vapor Recovery

Core Sensors offers a variety of high quality bi-directional pressure transducers for use in low pressure vapor recovery operations. Unlike a unidirectional pressure transducer that can measure pressures from zero to a defined positive pressure (i.e. 0 to 70mBar), bi-directional pressure transducers measure both positive and negative pressure (i.e. -70mBar to +70mBar).

How to: Selecting a Pressure Sensor / Transducer / Transmitter

Pressure sensors/transducers/transmitters are offered with a wide variety of configurable options, sizes and approvals. This can make selecting the proper pressure sensor for your application difficult. This how to guide will help you identify the key pieces of information that are needed in order to select the most appropriate sensor.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to the most common questions regarding the selection and operation of pressure sensors, transducers and transmitters.