Veris PXDXX02S Duct Dry Media Differential Pressure Transducer
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VERIS PX SERIES DRY MEDIA DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSDUCER The digital PX Series differential pressure transducers utilize highly accurate, microprocessor profiled sensors and an advanced ceramic capacitive sensing element. Designed to monitor duct and room pressure in commercial buildings, the Series offers exceptional job-site flexibility. PXP and PXD models feature four field-selectable ranges. The PXU features seven field-selectable ranges, allowing just one model to cover applications for 0-0.1 to 0-10 inches WC. The directional mode jumper is used to configure the transducer in unidirectional or bidirectional mode for room and building static pressure applications. All models feature a pushbutton and digital input terminal to zero the output. The microprocessor is programmed to prevent ccidental zero adjustment during normal operation. Applications Static pressure in duct or room applications Variable air volume system control Filter status monitoring Clean rooms, hospitals, fume hoods, computer rooms, and other very low differential pressure applications Features Excellent tolerance to overpressure and vibration reduces field failures High accuracy digital sensor maintains calibration and reduces callbacks High reliability sensor technology for long-term maintenance-free operation Selectable ranges and scales reduce setup time & number of models to stock Microprocessor-based design allows for digitally profiled sensor increasing product accuracy and reliability Circuit protection prevents damage due to incorrect wiring Monitors positive and negative pressure for application versatility Flexibility: standard and fast response modes LCD is ideal for setting up, troubleshooting, and measuring Ceramic capacitive sensing element...highly stable linear output, reducing offset errors