Precision pressure measuring instruments

For monitoring and control of particularly sensitive processes

Precision pressure measuring instruments are electrical measuring systems which convert pressure into an electrical signal and optionally visualise it. Precise pressure transmitters and process transmitters are used for the monitoring and control of particularly sensitive processes. Due to the low, DKD/DAkkS certified measurement uncertainty of down to 0.008 % of the entire measuring chain, the particularly accurate instruments find their primary applications as a factory/working standard for testing and/or calibrating a variety of pressure measuring instruments.


Can pressure transmitters work without a power supply?

No. Because pressure transmitters communicate via digital bus signals, they require DC voltage. However, mechanical pressure switches do not require a power supply.

Is it possible to switch between 4...20 mA and 0...10 V?

No. The output signal is defined when you order the instrument and cannot be changed.