Low Cost Cheap liquid and Water Pressure sensor

Low Cost Cheap liquid and Water Pressure sensor

QP-83A is used to measure gas and liquid which is compatible to 316L.The material is stainless steel and the measure range is -100~0KPa, 0~5KPa….0~500KPa….0~100 MPa.

Product Details

Low Cost Cheap liquid and Water Pressure sensor


Production Introduction:


Model: QP-83A pressure sensor

Range: -100~0KPa, 0~5KPa….0~500KPa….0~100 MPa

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Feature:

◆Have the characteristics of high precision, good stability, long working life and high reliability.

◆Easy to installation.

◆Small in size, light in weight.

◆Pressure connection and Electrical connection are able to chosen by customers.

◆Suitable for measuring the gases and liquids.

 

Dimensions: (unit: mm)

Technical Specifications:

Measuring   media

Gases or   liquids which are compatible to 316L   stainless steel

Measuring   range

-100~0KPa,   0~5KPa….0~500KPa….0~100MPa

Pressure   type

Gauge(G),Absolute(A),Sealed(S)

Signal   output

transmitter,   mA (2 wires)

4~20mA

transmitter,   Vdc (3 wires)

0~10V,   1~5V,0~5V,0~20mA

Combined   accuracy

%FS

±0.25(Standard),   ±0.5(Max)

Long   stability

±0.1%FS/year(Standard);±0.2%FS/year(Max)

Power   supply

Vdc

12~36(Standard   24Vdc)

Compensated   temp.

ºC

-10~+60

Operating   temp.

ºC

-20~+80

Temperature   coefficient of ZERO

%FS/10ºC

±0.3%FS(≤100Kpa)   ,  ±0.2%FS(>100Kpa)

Temperature   coefficient of SPAN

%FS/10ºC

±0.3%FS(≤100Kpa)   ,  ±0.2%FS(>100Kpa)

Insulation   resistance

>500 @   100Vdc

Electrical   connection

DIN43650,Aviation   connector,Directly lead(Selectable)

Material

Housing   Material

Stainless   steel(1Cr18Ni9Ti)

Material of diaphragm

316L Stainless steel

Pressure   connection

G1/4, M20x1.5,M14x1.5,M12x1,   M10x1(Customized)

Environment   protection

IP

65

Safe   overload

%FS

150

Ultimate   overload

%FS

200





 

Electrical connection:

 



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