Pressure transmitters and transducers

“A pressure transmitter is a device that measures the expansive force of a liquid or gaseous sample. Also known as a pressure transducer, this type of sensor is typically composed of a pressure sensitive surface area made of steel, silicon, or other materials depending upon the analysis composition. Behind these surfaces are electronic components capable of converting the applied force of the sample upon the pressure sensor into an electrical signal. Pressure is generally measured as a quantity of force per unit of surface area, and is expressed as the value required to stop a liquid, gas, or vapor from expanding.
A pressure transducer converts pressure into an electrical output signal. The electrical signal can be digital or analog and is used by other devices such as controllers, alarms, and other closed-loop systems. Pressure transducers are used widely in a range of residential and commercial applications like HVAC, pumps, vehicles, aircraft, etc. where pressure measurement is required. They are also referred to as pressure sensors or pressure transmitters.

Pressure transmitters and transducers
  • Hydrogen compatible
  • General purpose
  • Panel meter LED
  • AC and DC