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Pressure Transmitter

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The Model 386 pressure transmitter features a flush tip-zero cavity design, which eliminates the traditional measurement challenges of port clogging. It also removes installation torque effects on the output signal. The stainless-steel-machined diaphragm (Inconel optional) design, along with all-welded sealed housings, makes the unit virtually impervious to fluid ingress, reducing the risk of potential damage to internal electronics. An isolated sensor eliminates the need for adjustments to the unit after installation. Units are available in 13 configurable standard ranges, covering 0-150 to 0-10K PSIG or PSIS, along with a variety of electrical connections. Depending on range, the Model 386 can withstand up to 1.5X proof pressure (10K PSI range) and up to 5X burst pressure (or 30K PSI, whichever is less). Additional ranges and models are available upon request.

Viatran Corp., www.viatran.com

 

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