Pressure transducers built to handle demanding industrial applicationsSeptember 6, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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U5200 pressure transducers are rich with features that make them a top choice for demanding commercial and heavy industrial applications, particularly those that require high accuracy and a quick turnaround. This latest series from Measurement Specialties’ UltraStable line of MEAS, available in Canada from Durham Instruments, is suitable for the measurement of liquid or gas pressure, even for difficult media such as contaminated water, steam and mildly corrosive fluids.
These pressure transducers offer a modular design and maximum flexibility for a variety of pressure ports and electrical configurations. The U5200 offers maximum durability, thanks to its 316L stainless steel construction and design, with no o-rings or organics exposed to the pressure media. The units are weatherproof, with operating temperatures ranging from -40 to 125 degrees C, and they exceed the latest heavy industrial CE requirements, including surge protection. They also offer circuit protection from reverse wiring at input and short circuit at output.
U5200 pressure transducers are designed for OEM customers working with low to mid volumes. Suitable applications include industrial process control and monitoring, advanced HVAC systems, refrigeration systems, automotive test stands, off-road vehicles, pumps and compressors, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, agricultural equipment, energy generation and management applications, and more.
To meet the diverse needs of its customers, Measurement Specialties has the capability to custom design the units if the volume and application warrants. Expedited configurations are also available in 10 days.
For more information on the configurations and options available, contact Durham Instruments. With a wide selection of measurement instruments from leading manufacturers, Durham Instruments is the ideal source for all quantitative measuring needs.