Pressure and Vacuum Transmitters
Pressure and vacuum transmitters feature specific connections that attach to pipes or other process systems. They have unique electrical connections that allow transmitters to send pressure readings to an external source. General purpose pressure transmitters convert pressure from liquids, gases, and vapors into electrical output signals in various applications. Indicating pressure transmitters convert pressure from liquids, gases, and vapors into electrical output signals. Hazardous location pressure transmitters are rated for use on processes or in environments where there’s a risk of combustion or explosion. Absolute pressure transmitters measure system pressure against a reference vacuum rather than ambient pressure. Sanitary pressure transmitters have a quick-clamping Tri-Clamp process connection, diaphragm sensor, and electrical connection that transmits output signals to a remote monitoring station or control panel.