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Electronic Pressure Switch

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1. 4 bit LED field display. 
2. Pressure preset switching point and delay exchange output 
3. Switching value can be set arbitrarily from zero scale to full scale 
4. Shell with action nodes light emitting diode, easy to observe 
5. Key adjustable and field setting various parameters, easy to operate 
6. Two-way electronic switching output with load capacity 1.2A 
7. Analog output 4-20mA
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Electronic Pressure Switch Introduction


An electronic pressure switch is based on an electronic pressure sensor (often also referred to as a pressure transmitter) and therefore also provides its functionality. By virtue of the integrated electronic switches used to open or close the electric circuit, it performs simple control tasks. The switch point and reset point can be set individually and conveniently on the instrument.

Electronic Pressure Switch Feature


·Φ100 standard

·4 bit LED display

·Control point can be field set

·Two control points relay output

·4~20mA standard signal output optional

·Strict ageing testing, stable and reliable functions


Electronic Pressure Switch Specification 

Pressure Range
-100kPa…0~0.01…60MPa
Accuracy
≤±0.5%FS
Long-term Stability
≤0.2% /year
Temperature Drift
±0.02%FS/℃
Display Mode
4 Nixie tube
Display Range
-1999~9999
Supply Voltage
24VDC
Load Capacity
<24V1.2A
Switch Type
PNP/NPN/Relay
Respond Time
<4ms
Switch Life
>one million time
Ingress Protection
IP65
Medium Temperature
-25~80℃
Ambient Temperature
-25℃~80℃
Storage Temperature
-40~100℃
Vibration Resistance
10g/0~500Hz
Impact Resistance
50g/1ms
Weight
0.3kg

-Manuals

Electronic Pressure Switch

-Data sheet


Electronic Pressure Switch Application

  • Pulp & Paper

  • Sugar & Ethanol

  • Refining Process Control

  • Power Plants

  • Hydromet Pump Isolation

  • Process Control

  • Food & Beverage

  • HVAC

  • Solvent Extraction

  • Mining

  • Water & Wastewater

  • Oil & Gas

  • Chemical

  • Gas Collection Fields


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