CSA-approved current-to-pressure transmitter
The IPX2 is said to be the first current-to-pressure transmitter to be approved to be used with natural gas as its pneumatic supply.
North Hills, CA. - The IPX2 is said to be the first current-to-pressure transmitter to be approved to be used with natural gas as its pneumatic supply. This allows the IPX2 to be installed in gas gathering stations, compressor stations, pipeline feed applications, and booster stations where it is impractical or impossible to supply instrument air for pneumatic valve actuation. Now CSA approved, the IPX2 can be used with sweet natural gas consisting of up to 20 ppm of H2S. The device is loop powered and accepts a current signal from a DCS, PLC, or PC-based control system. It converts the current signal (such as 4-20 mA) into 22 available pneumatic signals proportional to the input (3-15 psig, 0.2-1Bar 20-100 kPa, etc.). Accuracy is
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