High Accuracy Industrial Pressure Sensor
The DMP331 precision industrial pressure transmitter sensor offers exceptional accuracy and is tailored for low-range pressure measurements in industrial settings compatible with stainless steel variants 1.4404 (316L) or 1.4435 (316L).
The stainless steel sensor is an ideal choice for applications like machinery, environmental and energy sectors, demanding precision.
This low pressure sensor covers a range of 0-100mbar to 0-60bar, available in gauge or absolute versions. It provides flexible power options: 8-32Vdc, 10-28Vdc, 14-30Vdc, and outputs of 4-20mA or 0-10Vdc.
The DMP331 sensor accommodates various mechanical and electrical connections to suit diverse applications. Options such as ATEX/IECEx approval, SIL approval and compound ranges are also available. Contact us for pricing tailored to your sensor needs.
Need a higher range for your application? Browse our range of pressure transducers.
Optional Features of the Stainless Steel Sensor
Ex ia = intrinsically safe for gases and dust
- SIL 2 according to IEC 61508 / IEC 61511
- Pressure sensor welded
- Customer-specific versions
Areas of Application
- Mechanical, machine & plant engineering
- Energy industry
- Environmental industry (water, sewage, recycling)
What is a Pressure Transmitter?
A pressure transmitter is a device that measures fluid or gas pressure and converts it into an electrical signal, typically for monitoring and control purposes in industrial processes, ensuring accurate pressure data for various applications.
What is the Low Range of a Pressure Transmitter?
How Does a Pressure Transmitter Work?
A pressure transmitter operates by sensing the applied pressure through a diaphragm or sensing element. This deformation generates a proportional change in resistance, capacitance, or other electrical properties. The transmitter then converts this change into an output signal, often a current (e.g., 4-20mA) or voltage (e.g., 0-10V), representing the pressure measurement.