KPSI 27 / 28 / 30 Pressure Transducers
Designed for hostile conditions and pressure up to 2000 PSI with UL, CUL & FM intrinsic safety approval standard
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- Ranges up to 2000 psi (13,790 kPa)
- UL, CUL & FM intrinsic safety approval
- Accuracy up to ±0.10% FS
- Analog Outputs of 4-20 mA or VDC
- Welded 316 SS or Titanium Construction
- Two year warranty
- Resolution: ±0.0001%FS
- Operating temp: -4 to 140°F
- Protection rating: IP68, NEMA 6P
The Series 27 / 28 / 30 non-submersible pressure transducers include UL, CUL and FM intrinsic safety approval standard and are specifically designed for demanding industrial applications where the primary criteria are reliability and economy. These units provide repeatable, precision measurements under the most hostile conditions. Capable of measuring vacuum to pressure as high as 2000 psi (13,790 kPa), these transducers can meet most any industrial pressure measurement requirement.
- Tank Level
- Pump Control
- Bubbler Systems
- KPSI 27 Pressure Transducers Datasheet PDF (271 KB)
- KPSI 28 Pressure Transducers Datasheet PDF (280 KB)
- KPSI 30 Pressure Transducers Datasheet PDF (279 KB)
Application Notes and White Papers
This product can be used in the following applications:
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Hydrostatic Oil Level
The Background: Our customer is an industrial facility with multiple large machines involved in the manufacturing process. They seek a means of measuring the hydrostatic level in a lubrication oil reservoir.
The Problem: The customer has large machines that are utilize a lubrication oil reservoir. Maintain oil level is crucial to keeping these machines running trouble-free.
The Solution: We recommended KPSI 28 pressure transducers with a temperature output to also monitor oil temperature. The KPSI 28 will accurately monitor levels in the reservoir while the temperature output will provide warning of rising oil temperature which will alert the user of impending mechanical failure allowing them to take the necessary steps to prevent a catastrophic system failure and address the problem at hand.