Differential pressure transmitter
American Sensor Technologies' AST5300 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitter comes with a 5 PSID for flow and filtration apps.
American Sensor Technologies' AST5300 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitter comes with a 5 PSID measurement range to address requirements in the flow and filtration markets. The 5 PSID is an additional, lower pressure option. Customers can measure differential pressure with the same line pressure as the 10 PSI version, but will now have a differential. This is useful for accurately measuring smaller changes in pressure across an orifice plate.
The AST5300 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitters/Transducers offer low differential pressure ranges in high line pressures (1500 PSI) with excellent burst pressure capabilities. With no oil filled cavities and no internal o-rings to fail, the AST5300 is ideal for food and beverage, oil & gas, fluid power, pharmaceuticals, and semiconductor industries and cold ambients.
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