Modular Pressure Transducer Suits Up For Corrosive Cavorting

Modular Pressure Transducer Suits Up For Corrosive Cavorting
Measurement Specialties Inc.
February 28, 2014

Complementing its 316L stainless steel housing, the M5200 modular pressure transducer’s pressure port is a solid piece of either 17-4 PH or 316L stainless steel. This shields the component from O-rings, seals, and welds that could expose it to corrosive elements. It also employs the company’s proprietary Microfused technology that eliminates age-sensitive organic epoxies on the pressure media. Other features include an accuracy of ±0.25% F.S. BFSL, standard pressure ranges from 0 to 50 psi (0 to 3.5 bar) up to 0 to 15,000 psi (0 to 1,000 bar) in gage, sealed, or compound gage configurations, reverse polarity protection at the input, and short circuit protection at output. The transducer is available in connection configurations such as bayonet, cable and M12 (IP67), Packard (IP66), and Form A and C (IP65). More than ten pressure ports are available including BSPP, NPT, UNF, and ISO 6149-2. Typical pricing starts at $30 each/5,000. A datasheet is available at  

Measurement Specialties Inc.
Hampton, VA


CompanyMeasurement Specialties Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)


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