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PRESSURE SENSOR CHECKS PULSATION PHENOMENA

06-09-2019
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The Dytran series 2006 is an ATEX certified, IEPE pressure sensor with a sensitivity of 10mV/psi designed to measure dynamic pressure phenomena between 50 and 500psi at frequencies up to 50kHz.

The sensor has s a quartz sensing element operating in compression mode, packaged in a rugged stainless-steel housing, with a robust 2–pin MIL–C–5015 axial connector and a 1/4–18 NPT pipe thread mount.

The sensor is acceleration compensated to minimise the effects of vibration on the output signal and is hermetically sealed for reliable operation in high humidity and dirty environments. Units are also case isolated to avoid EMI/ground loop interference.

Applications include industrial acoustic studies, industrial pressure pulsations, pipeline leak detection, and other general purpose pressure monitoring.

Metromatics
07 3868 4255
www.metromatics.com.au

 

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