Pressure sensors & instrumentation for research & development or production testing of automotive components such as engine dynamometers, diesel fuel injection testing, component testing, exhaust emissions, brake systems and on vehicle testing.
High precision pressure transducer with an accuracy of 0.05% full scale including temperature errors over +10 to +40 deg C. Available in pressure ranges from 1 to 1000 bar gauge or absolute with a RS485 digital interface plus an optional USB or RS232 converter cable for connecting to a desktop or laptop PC.
LED digital readout display with up to 4 configrable process alarm relays for mounting in a 48mm x 48mm (1/16 DIN) panel cutout. This process alarm indicator can be specified to operate on 100-240Vac/dc or 11-27Vac/dc.
Digital Readout with alarm relays for mounting in a process or test panel which can be used with pressure transducers & transmitters, thermocouples, RTD, potentiometers, current loop & amplified voltage output sensors.
Digital meter with a 4 digit red LED display for mounting in a 48mm x 48mm (1/16 DIN) cutout panel for measuring volts, current, TC, RTD, PTC, NTC and potientiometer input signals.
Digital Readout with LED display for mounting in a panel which can accept inputs from pressure transducers & transmitters, thermocouples, RTD, potentiometers, current loop & amplified voltage output sensors.
Motorsport pressure transducer with 21mm diameter and and 24mm body length for pressure ranges from 0.5 up to 400 bar gauge or absolute. Available with millivolt and amplified voltage output signals covering the majority of motorsport analogue input signals.
Miniature size 1/2 inch diameter stainlesss steel pressure sensor with an amplified 0.5 to 4.5 Vdc output. Pressure ranges start from 10 bar (150psi) up to 400 bar (6000 psi). Thread sizes include M5, M6, M8, M10, Dash3 or 1/8NPT.
Half in inch diameter sensor for measuring both temperature and pressure in one device. Measure pressure in ranges from 0-150 psi up to 0-6000 psi. Select a NTC thermistor, PT100 or PT1000 temperature measurement device to integrate alongside the pressure sensing device.
Stainless steel pressure transmitter with ranges from 100mbar up to 40 bar gauge or absolute with optional accuracy ranging from the standard 0.35% FS up to 0.1% FS. Special options such as ATEX approval, SIL approval and compound ranges are also available.
High precision pressure transmitter with an accuracy of 0.1%FS BSL NLHR and digitally adjustable pressure ranges from 400mb up to 40 bar gauge & absolute
Stainless steel 316L wetted parts pressure sensor for high pressure ranges from 60 bar (900 psi) up to 600 bar (9000 psi). Used on applications such as hydraulic test benches, presses, injection moulding machines, hydraulic actuation and vehicle hydraulic systems. Accurate to 0.35% FS with options for 0.25% or 0.1% FS. Good long term stability of 0.1% FS over a period of 1 year.
Ultra low differential pressure sensor for HVAC applications with 4-20mA current loop or amplified voltage output signal in pressure ranges from 0.1 mb up to 1 bar differential.
Piezo-resistive pressure transducer with a 2mV/V or 10mV/V output signal in pressure ranges from 1 bar up to 700 bar gauge or absolute.
Multifunctional digital controller for processing the signal from an extensive range of sensors for the purpose of controlling a process or recording test data. The CMC99 has a modular design with three slots in the rear for adding analogue signal conditioning cards which can handle up to 48 signals at once.
Passive compensated pressure transducer with a four arm semiconductor Wheatstone bridge circuit which produces a 100 millivolt with a 10 volt excitation. Pressure ranges from 0-100mbar up to 0-1000bar gauge or absolute. The silicon sensing chip is totally isolated from the media by an oil filled stainless steel 316L capsule with isolation membrane. This sensor is ideally suited for high frequency response applications since the output is only limited by the natural response of the silicon sensing capsule.
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