Fuji Electric FKC Differential Pressure Transmitter
Accurately measure differential pressure, liquid level, gauge pressure or flow rate
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- Standard accuracy of ±0.065%
- Range ±14 to 6,000 psi
- Measures liquid, gas or vapor
- Hazardous area approvals
- Minimum environmental influence
- Fuji/HART bilingual communications protocol and FOUNDATION fieldbus and Profibus compatibility
- Application flexibility
- Programmable output Linearization Function
- Burnout current flexibility
- Dry calibration without reference pressure
The Fuji Electric FKC differential pressure transmitter is a versatile instrument that provides superior reliability, simplified user operation, expanded menu structure, and reduced size and mass. Utilizing an advanced micro-capacitance silicon sensor and state of the art microprocessor technology, the FKC ensures highly precise measurements of pressure, differential pressure, fluid flow, and liquid level in a wide variety of applications.
With a measurement range of ±14 to 6,000 psi and a standard accuracy of ±0.065%, the FKC pressure transmitter incorporates an "Advanced Floating Cell" design that protects the pressure sensor against changes in temperature, static pressure, and overpressure substantially reducing total measurement error in actual field applications.
The FKC transmits a proportional 4 to 20mA signal. In addition to Linear and Square Root, the output signal can be freely programmable with up to 14 compensated points at approximation. The FKC also offers bilingual communications to speak both Fuji proprietary protocol and HART protocol so that any HART compatible devices can communicate with the FKC. Further, upgrades are available for FOUNDATION fieldbus and Profibus.
Thanks to the best combination of unique construction of mechanical parts and high performance electronics circuit, the FKC Pressure Transmitter can be dry calibrated without reference pressure to the same reliability as wet calibration.