Analog 4 Pin M12 Connector Pressure Transmitter; 0 to 2 In. H2O
- Item # 2HLX4
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 631B-2
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Catalog Group # D0744
- UNSPSC # 41111938
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- Transmitter Type Pressure Transmitter
- Wetted Materials - Transmitters 300 Stainless Steel, Brass, Silicone
- Range Values - Transmitter 0 to 2
- Range Units - Transmitter In. H2O
- Accuracy - Transmitter +/-2.00% Full Scale
- Electrical Connections - Transmitter 4 Pin M12 Connector
- Power Required - Transmitters 10 to 35VDC
- Process Connection Size - Transmitter 1/4"
- Process Connection Type - Transmitter FNPT
- Shape - Transmitter Round
- Overall Depth - Transmitter 3.41"
- Diameter - Transmitter 5.00"
- Connection Location - Transmitter Bottom and Top
- Output - Transmitter 4 to 20mA DC
- Display - Transmitter Analog
- Operating Temp. - Transmitter 20 Degrees to 120 Degrees F
- Wiring Entry - Transmitter None
- Loop Resistance 0 to 1250 Ohm
- Includes Instructions
- Pressure Range Minor Div. 0.05" WC
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 2HLX5DWYER INSTRUMENTS
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