tecsis LP offers the Model XPDM; a medium range differential pressure transducer designed for ranges from 0-50 to 0-1,500 psid.
This unit features a bi-directional wet/dry design and utilizes proven strain gage technology for predictable results and 0.25% accuracy. Model XPDM is available in amplified and mV/V output versions with a variety of electrical connections to choose from.
Industry standard footprint and rugged stainless steel construction make this versatile transducer ideal for a number of flow monitoring and liquid level applications.
Model XPDM provides a standard 2mV/V output and requires a 10 Vdc excitation. Amplified output of 0-5Vdc, 0-10Vdc or 4-20mA is optionally available. Operating temperature is -65° to 250°F, compensated from 60° to 160°F.
This sensor is fully welded with 17-4PH stainless steel wetted parts and has a safe overload rating of 1,500 psi on either side.
Available now from tecsis LP, priced from $1,089. Contact tecsis at 614-430-0683 or click. tecsis LP, 771-F Dearborn Park Lane, Worthington, Ohio 43085 USA.
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About tecsis LP
At tecsis LP we have gathered a core team of design engineers with more than a century of combined experience in designing and manufacturing quality transducers for the worldwide test and measurement industry.
Our vision of creating a sensor company to provide high quality transducers to measure force, load, pressure, and torque remains unchanged. Our unique combination of experience, talent, and focus will drive our growth in the coming years and assure that you receive the finest quality transducers possible.
At our headquarters, located in Worthington, Ohio, we will continue to draw on our rich history to design, engineer, and manufacture transducers for the Test & Measurement, Military, Automotive, Petrochem, and Industrial markets.
In addition to our extensive offering of standard product, we also have the resources, expertise, and the willingness to create custom-engineered and one-of-a-kind transducers for whatever demanding application comes our way.