Measuring instruments for electronic pressure measurement
In electronic pressure measurement, the pressure is measured by a sensor which receives the pressure to be measured, or the change in pressure, and converts it into an electrical signal. The electrical signal is then a measure of the magnitude of the applied pressure or the pressure change. WIKA offers you measuring instruments with all the sensors you would normally expect in the electronic pressure measurement market: Metal thin-film, ceramic thick-film and piezoresistive. WIKA develops and manufactures these themselves.
Measuring instruments for mechatronic pressure measurement
For system control and monitoring using mechatronic pressure measurement, mechanical measuring instruments are combined with electrical output signals and/or switch contacts. The electrical output signal enables modern electronic measured value registration. Electrical circuits can be opened and closed using switch contacts. Thus, plants cannot only be monitored, but also directly controlled as set measured value limits are crossed. Mechanical pressure switches complete the WIKA portfolio.
Measuring instruments for mechanical pressure measurement
In mechanical pressure measurement, measuring instruments are used with pressure elements that deform elastically under the influence of a pressure which is positive or negative in relation to atmospheric pressure (ambient pressure). In contrast to measuring instruments using electronic pressure measurement technology, they do not require any power supply for operation. Alongside their simple operation, their advantage lies in their marked robustness. WIKA offers you mechanical pressure measuring instruments with scale ranges from 0 ... 0.5 mbar up to 0 ... 7,000 bar.
Diaphragm seals extend the portfolio from WIKA. By using them, an accurate pressure measurement is also possible under extreme conditions. From WIKA, you can find the ideal diaphragm seal for each application.