Pressure Transmitters SPT

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Pressure Transmitters SPT

The SPT Pressure Transmitter is designed for many industrial and OEM pressure measurement applications. The SPT pressure transmitters convert applied pressure from 1 bar up to 600 bar / 14.5 PSI up to 8702 PSI into the corresponding output signals. The SPT Series provides resistance to vibration, shock, wide temperature variations and many other extreme environmental conditions that are typical of industrial and OEM applications.

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Features

▪ Stainless Steel housing construction
▪ L-plug DIN EN 175301-803A (DIN 43650-A)
  electrical connection
▪ Pressure ranges up to 600 bar / 8702 PSI
▪ G1/4 or 1/4 NPT process connection
▪ Output signal 4 ... 20 mA
▪ Non-linearity ≤ ±0.5 % BFSL
▪ Environmental protection of IP 65
  (IP 65 protection rating: Dust tight and protected
  against water jets)
▪ Protection against incorrect polarity, short circuits
  and over-voltage
▪ Temperature compensated
▪ Long term stability

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Options

▪ Mini L-plug DIN EN 175301-803C,
  M12 x 1 and fl ying lead electrical connections
▪ 1/2 NPT and 7/16–20 UNF process connections
▪ Output signals 0 ... 5 V, 0 ... 10 V, 1 ... 5 V
  and 0,5 ... 4,5 V ratiometric on request
▪ Non-linearity ≤ ± 0.25 % BFSL
▪ Environmental protection of IP 67
  (IP 67 protection rating: Dust tight and protected against
  powerful water jets; even immersion (up to 1 m / 3.28 ft)
  in water is possible under defi ned conditions of pressure
  and time)
▪ Extended temperature option on request
  -30 °C ... +100 °C / -22 °F ... +212 °F

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