Precision Pressure Transducers

Precision pressure transducers convert pressure into an analog or digital signal proportional to the pressure being sensed. Precision pressure transducers (sometimes called transmitters) are used to monitor and or control sensitive pressure processes. They can also be used as high accuracy transfer standards or as a factory working standard for testing or calibrating a variety of pressure measuring instruments. With an accuracy as high as 0.008 % of reading, these pressure transducers can be found in laboratories or in production environments where a high degree of precision and accuracy are required. Each transducer is calibrated in Mensor's 17025, A2LA certified laboratory.

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FAQ

Will a pressure transmitter also work without a power supply?

No.

Will the pressure transmitter still work properly when the supply voltage is slightly below the minimum specified level?

Up to a certain pressure, the pressure transmitter will still provide a correct output signal. If the pressure increases beyond this point, however, the output signal will remain at the same value, since the power supply is not sufficient to drive the output fully.