Analog pressure and temperature transmitter
Automated Control Engineering Group (A.C.E.) and STS introduces ATM.1ST/T and ATM.1ST/N/T analog pressure and temperature transmitters.
Automated Control Engineering Group (A.C.E.) and STS introduce the newly released ATM.1ST/T and ATM.1ST/N/T analog pressure and temperature transmitters for highly dynamic measurements.
With the advantage of a combined pressure and temperature sensors the ATM.1ST/T is very well-suited for a wide range of demanding applications that require reliable and accurate measurements.
Pressure and temperature process functions are contained in one elastomer-free process connection (i.e. all connections are welded). This means that the temperature sensor is located in the medium.
- Pressure measuring range: 100 mbar to 25 bar
- Accuracy: ≤ ± 0.25 / 0.10 % FS
- Temperature measuring range: -50-150 C
- Operating temperature: -40-125 C
- Process temperature: -50-150 C
- Output signal: 4-20 mA
- Materials: Stainless steel
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