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Three-in-one pressure sensor cuts installation and equipment costs

09 December 2009

A range of pressure transmitters is available, which offers three-in-one functionality of a pressure sensor, switch and display, reducing installation and equipment costs for the user.

Three-in-one pressure sensor cuts installation and equipment costs
Three-in-one pressure sensor cuts installation and equipment costs

The DS range from Impress Sensors & Systems provides a combination of a pressure sensor with signal conditioning that provides a current or voltage output signal, one two or four independent PNP transistor switch outputs, as well as a freely scaleable, programmable LED rotating display.

Pressure ranges start from 10mbar on the DS210 up to 600bar on the DS200. Several options are available within the DS range, including optional ATEX certification; 1,2 or 4 switch points; analogue output in either 4-20mA, voltage or none; electrical connection; and various types of process connections.

There’s also a 3-wire, 4-20mA configuration that enables the user to re-calibrate the output signal. The digital LED display is also scaleable and can be freely rotated through two axes to suit the installation. The brightness of the display can also be adjusted to suit the environment.

The DS range comprises six versions. The DS 210 is a precision electronic pressure switch with silicon sensor that is suitable for measuring gases, compressed air and thin, non-aggressive liquids, including pneumatics and vacuum technology. Pressure range is from 10mbar up to 1,000mbar.

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