• Barksdale Series 426 General Industrial Pressure Transducer, 0-150 PSI, 426T5-05-Z16

Barksdale Series 426 General Industrial Pressure Transducer, 0-150 PSI, 426T5-05-Z16

$370.00 $333.00333USD
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Description

Barksdale's Series 423 and 426 Transducers and 425 Transmitters are general purpose, industrial grade transducers that are ideal for use in general industrial applications when a robust transducer is required. Wetted parts are constructed of 17-4PH and 300 Series Stainless Steel with NEMA 4 enclosures constructed of 304 Stainless Steel.

These units feature a stable, diffused silicon sensor that achieves 0.25% accuracy, has pressure ranges from 0-10,000 PSI and is available in 5V, 10V or 4-20 mA outputs. High pressure snubbers are standard on units at 2,000 PSI and above. Optional surge voltage protection to 6kV is available. A variety of process fittings and electrical connections are available to meet your needs.

Features:
  • General purpose, industrial grade transducer
  • Diffused silicon sensor for high accuracy and reliability
  • Rugged stainless steel construction
  • Superior surge voltage protection and EMI/RFI immunity
  • Built-in high pressure snubber (2000 PSI and above)
  • Current and voltage signals
  • UL and cUL approved (UL508)

Applications:
  • Industrial hydraulic equipment
  • Cranes
  • Compressors
  • Gas metering
  • Vacuum machinery packaging

Product Specifications

General Specifications

Accuracy:±0.25% FSO at 75°F (24°C) typical; ±0.5% for vacuum only
Electrical Connection:Standard DIN connector (43650) - mating connector included
Pressure Connection:1/4-18 NPT male
Input:14 to 30 VDC
Output:0.2 to 10V output
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Pressure Range:0 - 150 PSI
Wetted Parts:17-4 PH (fitting) & 300 stainless steel (sensor)
Enclosure:NEMA 4, 300 series stainless steel

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