Water-Cooled Pressure Sensor Provides Continuous Operation To 1,200°F

XPW Extreme Temperature Pressure Sensor
tecsis LP
November 15, 2013

The Model XPW water cooled pressure transmitter from tecsis operates in extreme temperatures from a typical hot air media of 700°F up to a maximum of 1200°F. Its custom 304 stainless-steel cooling jacket circulates water around the sensor, dissipating heat and protecting internal electronics and strain gages. Specs include a ±0.05% BFSL accuracy, an output of 0 to 5V or 4 to 20 mA (two- or three-wire), gage or absolute pressure ranges from 0 to 25 psi to 0 to 500 psi, and a 150% safe overload rating. Standard pressure connection is 1/4-18 NPT M with other connections available. Prices start at $2,950.

tecsis LP
Worthington, OH. 614-430-0683


Companytecsis LP
CountryUnited States (USA)




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