Low-pressure transmitter provides overpressure resistance

OsiSense XMLP transmitter for low-pressure ranges that provides resistance to overpressure and harsh operating conditions.

09/18/2015


OsiSense XMLP transmitter for low-pressure ranges that provides resistance to overpressure and harsh operating conditions. Courtesy: Telemecanique SensorsTelemecanique's OsiSense XMLP transmitter for low-pressure ranges that provides resistance to overpressure and harsh operating conditions. As the smallest electronic sensor for pressures from -1 to 6 bar (g) (-14.5 to 60 psi), the OsiSense XMLP helps original equipment manufacturers reduce the overall size and cost of industrial machines in a vast number of sectors. The OsiSense XMLP's allows for direct mounting on the compatible OsiSense ZMlp (switch and display) or through a remote connection, offering a simple and economical solution for low-pressure management. The housing of the OsiSense XMLP offers high resistance to corrosive environments in applications such as water pumping. The sensor has a compact body that provides a degree of protection up to IP69K. To meet the needs of machine builders, the OsiSense XMLP supports several analog output types, different fluid entry types, and various pressure ranges.

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