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  • very high sensitivity

  • overpressure endurance

  • small dimensions

  • protection IP65

  • wide temperature range

  • vibration endurance

  • display fit-out possibility

N - pressure transmitter

Basic technical information

Nominal pressure range± 50Pa to ± 300kPa
Overpressure to 2 kPa
from 2 kPa to 20 kPa
from 20 kPa to 100 kPa
over 100 kPa
20 kPa
50 kPa
300 % nominal range
200 % nominal range
Errormax. 1% (0.5%) ± 2Pa
Zero temperature errortyp. 0,2%
max. 0,3 %/10°C
Span temperature errortyp. 0,2%
max. 0,3 %/10°C
Compensated temp. range20 ÷ +70°C
Operating temp. range
with display
.
-20 ÷ +85°C
-20 ÷ 55°C
(non condensing)
Storage temperature
with display
-25 ÷ 100°C
-20 ÷ 55°C
Supply voltage12 ÷ 36V dc *
Supply current - output H< 4mA **
Output4 ÷ 20mA two-wire
0 ÷ 20mA three-wire
0 ÷ 10 V three-wire
Operating positionarbitrary
Protectionmin. IP 65
Weightcca 100g
Common-mode pressure for
differential version
max. 100 kPa

* with display for output F 19÷43V
** with display for outputs G,H < 7mA

Barometric transmitters are produced with standard range 80 ÷ 120 kPa.

EMC – according to ČSN EN 61326-1

Based on customer request we can provide measurement of accredited test sensors centre and calibration services.

Instructions for use

  • Before connection of the transducer into the pressure circuit, it is necessary to verify that the pressure being measured corresponds to the nominal range of this transducer. Even a transient loading over the maximum allowable overpressure may cause a destruction of the measuring diaphragm!
  • If you measure a pressure of such media which are not non-aggressive gases, it is necessary to verify the transducer material resistance.
  • In case of the liquid media measurement, avoid its freezing – there is a danger of the measuring sensor destruction!

Diagram

Diagram

Pin assignmentsvalid for connector DIN 43650 C

 two-wire
4 ÷ 20mA
three-wire
0 ÷ 20mA
three-wire
0 ÷ 10V
+ supply voltage133
- supply voltage222
output 11
shielding

Dimensions

Dimensions

Adjusting elements

Adjusting elements

Time damping

J1OFFONOFFON
J2OFFOFFONON
τ [s]0123
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