New PVC Submersible Pressure Transducers from Automation Products Group Feature Improved Chemical Compatibility and Temperature Range

July 8, 2014
Automation Products Group, Inc. (APG) introduces PT-503 Submersible Pressure Transducers.
Automation Products Group, Inc. (APG) introduces PT-503 Submersible Pressure Transducers. Specifically built for chemical compatibility, they feature a PVC housing. As a result, these pressure transducers deliver long life and reliable operation in environments with regular and prolonged exposure to harsh and potentially corrosive chemicals – even at temperatures from -30 to 130°F and depths to 450 ft.
PT-503 pressure transducers are available with numerous options and features to support specific application needs, including:
  • 4-20 mA, Modbus, 0-5 VDC, and mV/V outputs
  • Three cable options for improved chemical compatibility, including HytrelÒ, PVC, and Urethane
  • A Teflon® coated or a ceramic transducer face
  • A breathable hydrophobic vent tube cap that filters out moisture
These pressure transducers also feature temperature compensation, built-in lightning protection, and are quickly and easily zeroed in the field.  
>> For more information on this product, click here

Sponsored Recommendations

Strategizing for sustainable success in material handling and packaging

Download our visual factory brochure to explore how, together, we can fully optimize your industrial operations for ongoing success in material handling and packaging. As your...

A closer look at modern design considerations for food and beverage

With new and changing safety and hygiene regulations at top of mind, its easy to understand how other crucial aspects of machine design can get pushed aside. Our whitepaper explores...

Fueling the Future of Commercial EV Charging Infrastructure

Miguel Gudino, an Associate Application Engineer at RS, addresses various EV charging challenges and opportunities, ranging from charging station design strategies to the advanced...

Condition Monitoring for Energy and Utilities Assets

Condition monitoring is an essential element of asset management in the energy and utilities industry. The American oil and gas, water and wastewater, and electrical grid sectors...