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).

The DSW is electrically identical to the DSB. However, the DSW is housed in a slightly larger canister that is sealed against fluid spray from any direction. The housing protects against dust and water jet ingress while measuring pressure from full vacuum to 175 PSI (12 bar).