Designed for hazardous duty

Los Angeles, Calif.— 440 Series intrinsically safe transducers and transmitters of the developer's X-Family of products has been designed specifically for hazardous locations. Three models are available: Series 443, a 5-volt transducer; Series 446, a 10-volt transducer; and Series 445, a 4-20 mA transmitter.

01/01/2002



Los Angeles, Calif.- 440 Series intrinsically safe transducers and transmitters of the developer's X-Family of products has been designed specifically for hazardous locations. Three models are available: Series 443, a 5-volt transducer; Series 446, a 10-volt transducer; and Series 445, a 4-20 mA transmitter. These models offer a wide process pressure range from 1-15 psig to 0-10,000 psig, 0-15 psia to 0-300 psia. The devices have an operating temperature range of -40 to 185 °F and are UL- and CUL-listed for use in Class I, Div. 1, Groups A, B, C, and D and Class II, Div. 1. They also offer EMI, ESD, and RFI protection. www.barksdale.com Barksdale Inc.







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