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Intrinsically Safe Transducer: 0.36 psi Max Pressure, 1/8 in NPT Connection Size, -0.36 psi Min Pressure, Square, Female

Item # 260Z119

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Product Specs

Connection Size: 1/8 in NPT
Housing Shape: Square
Minimum Pressure: -0.36 psi
Maximum Pressure: 0.36 psi
Pressure Accuracy: +/-0.50%
Connection Type: Female
Housing Material: Aluminum
Transmission Output: 4 to 20 mA
Electrical Connection: 4 Pin M12
Application: Hazardous Flow and Control Applications; Hazardous Zone Pressure Control Applications
Barbed Fitting: No
Batteries Required: Yes
Display Digit Height: 0.6 in
Display Type: LCD
Enclosure Rating: NEMA 4X
Features: Password Protected Set Up Menu; Corrective Action; Easy to Read; Permitting Outdoor Monitoring
Includes: (1) Instruction Manual
Loop Resistance: 0 to 1250 Ohms
Maximum Operating Temperature: 140 ° F
Minimum Operating Temperature: 32 ° F
Overall Height: 5.421875 in
Overall Length: 5.5 in
Overall Width: 3.4375 in
Pack Qty: 1
Pack Unit: EA
Pressure Type: Differential Pressure
Safety Rating: Class III, Div I; Class II, Div I Groups E, F, G; Class I, Div I Groups A, B, C, D
Screw Size: M12
Specifications Met: FM Certified; CE Certified
Voltage: 35V DC; 10V DC
Wetted Parts Material: Glass; PVC; Silicon; Nickel; Stainless Steel; Aluminum; Gold; RTV; Epoxy; Alumina Ceramic

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About This Product

This Intrinsically Safe Transducer has a maximum pressure of 0.36 psi and a connection size of 1/8 in NPT. It also has a minimum pressure of -0.36 psi and a +/-0.50% pressure accuracy. It has a square housing shape and a female connection type. It has aluminum housing. Sold individually.

About Pressure & Vacuum Transducers

Remotely measure pressure and vacuum readings on your industrial systems with transducers. Also called transmitters, transducers convert the analog pressure or vacuum reading into an electrical signal so that it can be transmitted to a monitoring device.

Prevent internal ignition and combustion with these devices that operate on energy levels that are too low to ignite. Use in applications where explosive- and flame-resistant devices are required, such as gas and oil production.