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PSI Tronix--Industrial Pressure Transmitters Engineered for Operation in Hazardous Locations

PSI Tronix--Industrial Pressure Transmitters Engineered for Operation in Hazardous Locations
TULARE, CA – PSI-Tronix, a division of Scientific Technologies Inc., introduces PT-420 HAZ Series Industrial Pressure Transmitters. The PT-420 HAZ Series is CSA-certified for use in Class I, Div. 1, Group B, C, D; Class II, Group E, F, G; and Class III Type 4X hazardous locations. They feature a conduit connection with a terminal strip for wire termination, zero and span potentiometers, a solid-state transducer element, and 4-20 mA standard output.

Each unit is quality tested and calibrated to provide accuracy to ±0.25 B.F.S.L. Each unit is also temperature compensated to assure accuracy and long-term stability in severe ambient temperature variations. The circuit board is potted with a hard-setting compound to provide maximum protection against vibration, shock, and humidity. Their compact, rugged design makes them suitable for use in a number of industrial pressure measurement applications.

PSI-Tronix Technologies Inc., is a division of Scientific Technologies Inc., which has been selected twice by Forbes and three times by Business Week as one of the “world’s best small companies.” STI’s Automation Products Group serves the factory automation, semiconductor, transportation, oil and gas, consumer and food processing industries with a diversified offering of sensing technologies. Products include level, flow, pressure sensing, positioning transducers, vehicle separation, profiling and ultrasonic sensors and controls.

For more information contact: PSI-Tronix Technologies Inc., Division of Scientific Technologies Inc., 3950 South “K” Street, Tulare CA 93274; 888-686-0558; fax: (559) 686-0609; E-mail: [email protected]; Web site: www.automationsensors.com.
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