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Pressure Transmitter Flange is commonly used to connect pressure transmitter into pipework making it easier for removal and maintenance. There are many common Flange Standards and Pressure Transmitter Flange within the same standard can either be flat (commonly cast iron, ductile iron) or raised face (commonly cast steel and stainless steel). Click to Find Out […]

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Another common electrical pressure sensor design works on the principle of differential capacitance, most of capacitance differential pressure transmitter use it. In this design, the sensing element is a taut metal diaphragm located equidistant between two stationary metal surfaces, comprising three plates for a complementary pair of capacitors. An electrically insulating fill fluid (usually a […]

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4-20mA Transmitter Basics A sensor is an input device that provides a usable output in response to the input measurand. A sensor is also commonly called a sensing element, primary sensor, or primary detector. The measurand is the physical parameter to be measured. An input transducer produces an electrical output that is representative of the input […]

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Back in the 19th century, screw Threads Process Connections come in a great variety and go incompatible with each other. Nowadays, thanks to the efforts made by people committing to standardizing process connections threads, choices are nailed down to a few when choosing a pressure transmitter. In what follows, three types of thread are introduced, […]

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