1/4" MNPT Pressure Transmitter 0 to 500 psi, 4 to 20mA DC Output
- Item # 2AGC7
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # T27M0242EW500#GXCY
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Catalog Group # D1674
- UNSPSC # 41112403
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- Transmitter Type Pressure Transmitter
- Wetted Materials - Transmitters Stainless Steel
- Range Values - Transmitter 0 to 500
- Range Units - Transmitter psi
- Accuracy - Transmitter +/-0.25% Full Scale
- Electrical Connections - Transmitter Hirschmann Connector
- Power Required - Transmitters 9 to 36VDC
- Process Connection Size - Transmitter 1/4"
- Process Connection Type - Transmitter MNPT
- Output - Transmitter 4 to 20mA DC
- Operating Temp. - Transmitter -40 Degrees to 257 Degrees F
- Wiring Entry - Transmitter None
- Housing Nylon
- NEMA Rating 4X
- Loop Resistance Dependent on Loop Supply Voltage
- Max. Pressure (PSI) 1000
- Thermal Error 1% of Span Total Error Band
- Compatible With Any Process Compatible with Stainless Steel
- Includes Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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