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Ashcroft XLdp

Pressure Transmitter 1.00

Order #: XL3MB242ST1IWL

Mfg Part #: XL3MB242ST1IWL

$691.76 USD

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Product Highlights

  • Type XLdp Ultra-Low Variable Capacitance Pressure Transducer/Transmitter
  • APPLICATIONS: HVAC, fume hood control, lab/clean/hospital room pressurization, medical lung function or breathing equipment, fan tracking, filter monitoring, or very low velocity measurements
  • Certified 0.25% and 0.5% accuracy
  • 0.1 in.H2O - 50 in.H2O pressure ranges
  • CE approved
  • High overpressure protection
  • NEMA 2 Stainless Steel construction
  • Three output signals available
  • Easy installation
  • On-board voltage regulation allows use of lower cost, non-precise, unregulated power supply
  • 9 point NIST Traceable Calibration Certificate
  • The Ashcroft® XLdp is a variable capacitance sensor within a glass-clad silicon chip
  • The patented Si-Glas™ technology combines the inherent high sensitivity of a variable capacitance transducer with the repeatability of a micro-machined, ultra-thin silicon diaphragm
  • The Ashcroft® Si-Glas™ sensor enables precise measurement and control of very low pressure
  • Although the ultra-thin silicon diaphragm deflects only a micron, the sensor is 100 times more sensitive to pressure than available silicon piezoresistive pressure sensors
  • The Si-Glas™ sensor is composed of only sputtered metals and glass molecularly bonded to silicon
  • There are no epoxies or other organics in the sensor to contribute to drift or mechanical degradation over time
  • The glass-clad silicon diaphragm withstands extreme overpressure as well as severe shock and vibration

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