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Order # PX61-30-R, Stainless Steel Pressure Transmitter

Base Price $185.00

  • 0.5% accuracy
  • two wire 4-20mA
  • high vibration resistance
  • robust design
  • refrigeration versions

  • Pressure transmitters determine the pressures in liquids and gases and convert these pressures to an electrical signal. The PX61 features compact construction, an integral amplifier, large output signal and extensive medium compatibility. The design provides a 1/2% accurate, economical transmitter that can operate accurately over a wide temperature range with corrosion resistance.
    The ceramic diaphragm sensing element deflects under pressure. The mechanical deformation is converted to an electrical signal by means of a DMS-bridge. An electronic system converts the DMS-signals to a standard 4-20 mA signal.

    Technical Data


    0-30 psi

    Wetted Parts/Case

    Stainless steel & Viton / stainless steel & polycarbonate

    Ambient/Medium Temperature

    0-60ºC / 0-85ºC

    Pressure Connection

    1/4" NPT

    Supply Voltage

    24 V DC +/- 10%


    2-wire 4 to 20 mA, max load = 450 Ohms


    0.5% using the bfsl method


    load - < 0.15%, ambient temperature - 0.05%/ºC


    0.2% max, (linear characteristic)

    Overload Limit

    200% full scale


    IP65 (NEMA 4)

    Response Time

    10 msec

    Operating Position


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