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Pressure transducer DPS

Never ending flexibility – this is what to expect from a DPS pressure transducer. The DPS can be used to measure overpressure, underpressure, differential pressure and absolute pressure. These pressure values can be configured individually and thus provide maximum convenience. The DPS can be used in the most diverse of applications, for instance to monitor pressure ratios in clean rooms, machines and systems.

The DPS promises low maintenance costs and enhanced long-term stability due to its solid mechanical features and a wear-free inductive measurement system. It is very precise, yet extremely robust – it can therefore be used in laboratories and for industrial applications.

Applications

Pressure transmitters from FSM AG capture the finest differential, relative and absolute pressures with the highest precision. Due to the variety of optional features, accuracy classes and pressure ranges, these can be used in almost all possible applications. The core competence of the pressure transmitters PrimAtü 10, DPS and DS01 is the high-precision measurement of smallest differential pressures. These are used, for example, for filter monitoring in machines, for room pressure monitoring in clean rooms or for volume flow control in ventilation and air conditioning systems.

Features
Measurement range (choice between differential and absolute pressure) 0 - 1000 hPa
Overall accuracy (FS) 1 % (optional 0,5 %, 0,2 %)
Long-term stability (FS/year) ≤ 0,5 %
Temperature drift (FS/K) ≤ 0,3 %
Supply voltage 24 VDC (230 VAC, 115 VAC)
Output signal 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA
Option LCD Display, Stainless steel housing, Limit switches
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Your contact persons

Roman Gutzeit

Roman Gutzeit
For commercial questions
Phone +49 7661 9855 115

roman.gutzeit@fsm.ag

Marco Lais

Marco Lais
For technical questions
Phone +49 7661 9855 102

marco.lais@fsm.ag

Rainer Dold

Rainer Dold
For questions concerning service
Phone +49 7661 9855 270

rainer.dold@fsm.ag

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