Pressure Sensors

Digitally-Compensated Pressure Transmitters Offer Configuration Options

Digitally-Compensated Pressure Transmitters Offer Multiple Configuration Options
TT electronics plc
September 1, 2016

The TPM Series industrial pressure transmitters feature digital compensation to provide reliable pressure measurements with long-term stability over a temperature range from -20°C to +125°C. They are suitable for applications in hydraulic and pneumatic systems, fuel and lubricant pressure sensing, leak detection, filter testing, and tank-level sensing. Other features include a 4 mA to 20 mA output that is proportional to the pressure directly detected by a four-arm, active strain-gauge bridge, a ±0.1% span non-linearity, hysteresis and repeatability specification (BFSL) over the full operating temperature range, and a long-term stability of ±0.1% span for 12 months typical. Featuring stainless steel housings, the TPM Series transmitters offer a choice of pressure ports and electrical connections and support options for gauge, sealed gauge, absolute, and compound pressure types. Additionally, 18 pressure ranges span from 0- to 100 mbar to 0 to 600 bar. Other options allow for different pressure connection materials and seal types. For more information and datasheets, visit

TT Electronics plc
Weybridge, UK
+44 (0)114 244 2521


CompanyTT electronics plc
CountryUnited Kingdom (UK)

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