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Diaphragm Pressure Gauge with Electrical Output Signal

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Diaphragm Pressure Gauge with Electrical Output Signal

Stainless Steel Safety Version
Model No: PGT43.160

Plug and play” means no configuration necessary

Signal transmission in accordance with NAMUR

Measuring ranges up to 0 ... 16 mbar

Easy-to-read, nominal size 100 or 160 analogue display

S3 Safety pressure gauge per EN 837-1

At any point where the process pressure has to be indicated locally, and, at the same time, a signal is wanted to be transmitted to a central controller or remote control room, the model PGT43 intelliGAUGE (US Patent No. 8,030,990) can be used.

Through the combination of a high-quality mechanical measuring system and precise electronic signal processing, the process pressure can be read securely, even if the power supply is lost.

The intelliGAUGE model PGT43 fulfils all safety-related requirements of the relevant standards and regulations for the on-site display of the operating pressure of pressure vessels. An additional measuring point for mechanical pressure indication can thus be saved.

The model PGT43 is based upon a model 43x.30 high quality, stainless steel safety pressure gauge with a nominal size of 100 or 160. The pressure gauge is manufactured in accordance with EN 837-3.

The rugged design of the diaphragm measuring system produces a pointer rotation proportional to the pressure. An electronic angle encoder, proven in safety-critical automotive applications, determines the position of the pointer shaft - it is a non-contact sensor and therefore completely free from wear and friction. From this, the electrical output signal proportional to the pressure, e.g. 4 ... 20 mA, is produced.

The electronic WIKA transmitter, integrated into the high-quality mechanical pressure gauge, combines the advantages of electrical signal transmission with the advantages of a local mechanical display.

The measuring span (electrical output signal) is set automatically along with the mechanical display, i.e. the scale over the full display range corresponds to 4 ... 20 mA. The electrical zero point can also be set manually

Acquisition and display of process values

Transmission of process value to the control room, 4 ... 20 mA; 0 ... 20 mA; 0 ... 10 V

For measuring points with increased overpressure

Easy-to-read, local analogue display needs no power supply

Safety-related applications