Honeywell introduces universal pressure transducer/transmitter

Columbus, OH—Honeywell Sensing and Control recently introduced its new Model BDR universal pressure transducer/transmitter from its Sensotec test and measurement division.

06/01/2004


Columbus, OH— Honeywell Sensing and Control has introduced its new Model BDR universal pressure transducer/transmitter from its Sensotec test and measurement division. Model BDR sensor delivers accuracies of

Constructed from all-welded stainless steel instead of plastic, and available in ranges from 0-150 psi (10 bar) through 0-15,000 psi (1,500 bar), Model BDR features configurable electrical connections that maximize adaptability to varied applications. Thermal error is low: 0.01% FS/ °C.

Honeywell adds that versatility is key to Model BDR's usefulness. Unlike many similar sensors it is not industry dependent, and can handle essentially any process gas or fluid and serve as a drop-in OEM replacement for older sensors. According to designer Brian Richards, Model BDR is "an entry-level product with much higher specs than you'd usually find in this type of sensor."

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor
jmontague@reedbusiness.com





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