Pressure sensor catalog
A new catalog details pressure sensor products for use in hazardous locations.
A new catalog details pressure sensor products for use in hazardous locations. The segmented, 43-page booklet catalogues the products into three main sections: UL/cUL approved, CSA approved, and applications. Products include UL-approved Class I, Division 1 intrinsically safe and Class I, Division 2 non-incendive units. Standard and adjustable sensors are available with pressure ranges from 0 to 2.5 psi through 0 to 10,000 psi; submersible sensors from 0 to 5 psi through 0 to 100 psi.
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