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Absolute pressure sensor P450

absolute pressure sensor
absolute pressure sensor
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Pressure type
absolute, differential, gauge
Output signal
for aircraft
for the aerospace industry
Pressure range

Max.: 30 psi

Min.: 0 psi

Temperature range

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Min.: -25 °C (-13 °F)


Applications include Lab/Clean Room Pressurization, Filter Pressure, Fan Static Pressure. Compatible pressure media: dry air and inert gases: nitrogen, helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon. High accuracy Four ranges available See Pressure Sensor Overview for Differential/Gauge and Absolute models Included Tubing Adapter Allows pressure connection to commonly available 1/8" I.D. tubing or 3.2 mm I.D. tubing. Consists of 8" length of 3/32 I.D. tubing and a 3/32" I.D. to 1/8" I.D. nylon adapter fitting. Use any Pressure Scale P450 Sensors can read in any unit of pressure (Pa, millibar, etc.); Simply convert the sensor's scaling values using the XR440 Pressure Converter for the XR440 or the XR5 Pressure Converter for the XR5. Extension cable The 18 inch leads on the P450 Pressure Sensor may be extended up to 100 FT (30 meters) by the user using three conductor 22 or 24 gage cable. In electrically noisy environments we recommend using shielded cable. Compatible tubing Commonly available 1/8" I.D. or 3.2 mm I.D. plastic tubing is compatible with the P450 using the included tubing adapter. Tubing stocked at Pace Clear 3/32" I.D. tubing connects directly to all P350, P400, P450 and P500 Sensors. Temperature range -40°C to 74°C (-40°F to 165°F). 5/32" (4 mm) O.D., minimum bend radius 3/8" (10 mm). Maximum pressure 43 PSI. Available in 25 FT (7.6 meter) rolls. Part Nbr: T-332-25FT Price: $10.00 25 ft (7.6 meter) roll
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