The DS-Series industrial pressure transducers accurately measure the pressure of gases and/or fluids in industrial and laboratory processes. The output is a proportional electronic signal based on the measured pressure. The conditioned output of this electrical signal (from the strain gauge sensor) gives either 0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA output (consult factory for other available outputs).
The electrical analog output is a linear ratio of the pressure sensed. The DS-Series pressure transducers are enclosed in a rugged aluminum housing. A strain relief protects the wiring from damage caused by excessive pulling force.
The standard version (DSB) measures pressure using a piezo-resistive, semiconductor sensor chip. The DSB is an industrial pressure transducer designed for accuracy (±0.2%), repeatability and durability measuring from full vacuum to 175 PSI (12 Bar).
The stainless steel DST uses the same silicon etched device mounted on a stainless steel diaphragm. Except on the DST units, no elastomers or o-rings contact the pressurized media. All wetted parts are ANSI type 316L stainless steel. The DST high pressure transducers employ a stainless steel sensor that allows it to measure non-corrosive gases, liquids and some hazardous/caustic medias from full vacuum to 7,500 PSI (517 Bar).