Two-wire pressure transmitter for industrial field service
The Marsh Bellofram BelGAS Type 5000 P/I transducer is a two-wire device that uses a unique temperature-compensated transducer suitable for gauge pressure measurement of non-corrosive liquids and gases.
The Marsh Bellofram BelGAS Type 5000 P/I transducer is a two-wire device that converts a signal pressure input into a precise 4-20 mA or 10-50 mA output. The Type 5000 pressure transmitter uses a unique temperature-compensated piezoresistive transducer suitable for gauge pressure measurement of non-corrosive liquids and gases.
Available in six pressure measurement ranges from 0-15 psig (0-1.0 bar) to 0-100 psig (0-6.9 bar), the transducer features an excellent dynamic response, typical accuracy of ±0.1% of span, and is relatively insensitive to mounting orientation and ordinary industrial vibration. The Type 5000 can withstand overpressures to 45 psig without calibration shift and overpressures to 60 psig without failure and its operating temperature range is from -40°C to 82°C.
The Type 5000 P/I transducer is designed for industrial field service in oil and gas, chemical processing, pharmaceutical, industrial automation, and power generation applications.
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