Pressure transducer
Converts pressure into an analog electrical signal,
which is achieved by the physical deformation of
s...
The Electrical Output of Pressure
Transducers
Pressure transducers are generally available
with three types of electrical ...
Millivolt Output Pressure
Transducers
• Are normally the most economical.
• The output is nominally around 30mV.
• The ac...
Voltage Output Pressure Transducers
• Include integral signal conditioning which
provide a much higher output than a
milli...
4-20 mA Output Pressure Transducers
• Since a 4-20mA signal is least affected by
electrical noise and resistance & are bes...
Styles of Pressure Transducers
PC Board Mountable Pressure Transducers
are generally compact economical pressure
transduce...
General Purpose Transducers
General purpose pressure transducers are the most
common since they are designed to fit the br...
Heavy Duty/Industrial Pressure
Transducers
• Feature a much more rugged enclosure than other
transducers.
• They are desig...
High Stability/High Accuracy
Pressure Transducers
• An accuracy of 0.25% of full scale or higher.
• High stability and hig...
Flush Diaphragm Pressure
Transducers
• With flush diaphragm pressure transducers, the
diaphragm is flush to the process. T...
Special Purpose Transducers
These include pressure transducers specially
designed for pressure measurement in very high or...
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Pressure transducers

pressure transducers
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Pressure transducers

  • 1. Pressure transducer Converts pressure into an analog electrical signal, which is achieved by the physical deformation of strain gages which are bonded into the diaphragm of the pressure transducer and wired into a wheatstone bridge configuration. Pressure applied to the pressure transducer produces a deflection of the diaphragm which introduces strain to the gages. The strain will produce an electrical resistance change proportional to the pressure. One of the most common is the straingage base transducer. 11/20/13 1
  • 2. The Electrical Output of Pressure Transducers Pressure transducers are generally available with three types of electrical output • • • Millivolt Volt and 4-20mA
  • 3. Millivolt Output Pressure Transducers • Are normally the most economical. • The output is nominally around 30mV. • The actual output is directly proportional to the input power or excitation. If the excitation fluctuates, the output changes. • Because the output signal is so low, the transducer should not be located in an electrically noisy environment. • The distances between the transducer and the readout instrument should also be kept relatively short.
  • 4. Voltage Output Pressure Transducers • Include integral signal conditioning which provide a much higher output than a millivolt transducer. • The output is normally 0-5Vdc or 0-10Vdc. • Because they have a higher level output these transducers are not as susceptible to electrical noise as millivolt transducers and can therefore be used in much more industrial environments.
  • 5. 4-20 mA Output Pressure Transducers • Since a 4-20mA signal is least affected by electrical noise and resistance & are best used for long distances. • It is not uncommon to use these transducers in applications where the lead wire must be 1000 feet or more
  • 6. Styles of Pressure Transducers PC Board Mountable Pressure Transducers are generally compact economical pressure transducers designed to mount on an electrical PC board and be integrated into other products
  • 7. General Purpose Transducers General purpose pressure transducers are the most common since they are designed to fit the broadest set of applications
  • 8. Heavy Duty/Industrial Pressure Transducers • Feature a much more rugged enclosure than other transducers. • They are designed to accommodate heavy industrial environments. • 4-20mA output provides much greater immunity to electrical noise in industrial environments.
  • 9. High Stability/High Accuracy Pressure Transducers • An accuracy of 0.25% of full scale or higher. • High stability and high accuracy can offer errors as low as 0.05% of full scale • Although more expensive than general purpose transducers, they may be the only option if high precision is required.
  • 10. Flush Diaphragm Pressure Transducers • With flush diaphragm pressure transducers, the diaphragm is flush to the process. This eliminates a cavity above the diaphragm that could collect fluid matter from the process. • Those applications include monitoring the pressure of foods or liquids that have very high viscosity
  • 11. Special Purpose Transducers These include pressure transducers specially designed for pressure measurement in very high or low temperatures, submersible pressure transducers, barometric pressure transducers and pressure transducers with digital communications output or wireless outputs.

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