Design a custom pressure transducer online
Omega offers new wide-range line of customizable transducers. Choose range, accuracy, etc.
Omega has introduced a new line of all 316L stainless steel micro-machined silicon pressure transducers, the MM Series. Omega says it has developed a custom delivery system that allows fast delivery of this transducer series, either from stock or in one week. An online product configuration guide offers custom designs which allow you to select specific features for the MM Series including accuracy (from ±0.4% to 0.05%), range (from 10 in wc to 5,000 psi), connection, output format, temperature range, and thermal accuracy. Shunt, CE, or potentiometer options are also available. Basic measuring configurations include gage, absolute, sealed gage, compound gage, vacuum, differential, and barometric pressure. Sanitary models and USB outputs are also available. Considering all the possible options, the MM Series is available in over one-million different configurations with lead times of one-week or less, assuring a precise match to nearly any application requirement with fast delivery.
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