Ex Approved Precision Pressure Transducer
May 18 2017 Comments 0
AFRISO’s new DMU 14 DG/FG Ex pressure transducer is designed for electronic pressure measurement in applications requiring high measuring accuracy (< ± 0.1 % FSO) and long-term stability (< ± 0.1 % FSO/year). Due to the turn down range of 1:5 (measuring accuracy ± 0.2 % FSO), it is the ideal solution for special measuring tasks in the process industry.
The measuring instrument converts the pressure of liquid or gaseous media in the ranges from 0/400 mbar to 0/600 bar into a proportional 4-20 mA signal. The DMU 14 DG/FG Ex transducer features HART communication, is suitable for temperatures of the medium of -30 °C to +125 °C and for (Ex) ambient temperatures from -20 °C to +(60)70 °C and is ATEX Certified. The measuring instrument is supplied with DC 12-28 V and features a G1/2B process connection. The integrated display has main and supplementary indication. DMU 14 Ex is available in an aluminium die cast housing (DG) housing version: for rough conditions in the process industries. The new pressure measuring instrument is optionally available without display, with other process connections and in a high temperature version up to 300 °C. The robust transducer was developed for high long-term stability and a long service life.
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