Titan TPTLRd/TPTLRa Low Pressure Transducer – Digital or Analogue Output
Available in digital or analogue output, the Titan series of pressure transducers have been developed using a stainless steel piezo-resistive silicon sensing element housed in a robust stainless steel housing.
|Sensor technology||Piezo-resistive, Silicon|
|Output Versions||Analogue: 4-20mA (2-wire), 0-5V/1-5V/0-10V (3-wire), 0.5 to 4.5V (3-wire ratiometric)|
Digital: I2c, SPi
|Supply Voltage||Analogue: 4-20mA: 10 – 32V dc / 0-5V/1-5V/0-10V/: 13 – 32V dc / Ratiometric: 2.7 – 5.5V dc|
Digital: 2.7 – 5.5V dc
|Pressure Reference||Gauge (Others available on request)|
|Pressure Ranges||70, 200, 350, 700, 1000mbar|
2, 3.5, 7, 10, 20 Bar
|Safe overpressure||1.5 times rated pressure|
|Burst Pressure||3 times rated pressure|
|Accuracy (NL&H)||≤ ±0.25 % / ≤ ±0.10 % FS (dependent on range)|
|Long term stability||≤ ±0.10 % FS|
|Response Time (ms)||Analogue: <10ms|
Digital: Various Options, Consult Sales
|Ambient Temperature||-20 °C to +85 °C|
|Media Temperature||-40 °C to +125 °C|
|Storage Temperature||-20 °C to +80 °C|
Analogue Titan TPTLRa Low Range Pressure Transducer
The low pressure transducer with analogue output offers flexible connectivity options with either an integrated cable outlet or an M12 x 1, 4-Pin connector, both providing up to IP67* ingress protection. It also supports standard connectors like mini DIN and large DIN 43650 right angled connectors. Additionally, there is an option for integrated MIL-C spec or customer-specific connectors.
The internal PCB features a versatile microprocessor that allows for various output options, including 4-20mA, 0-5V, 1-5V, and 0-10V, powered by a 10-32V DC supply. It also offers a ratiometric output of 0.5 to 4.5V (10-90% of supply) from a 2.7-5.5V DC supply, which is well-suited for low-power data logging applications with limited battery capacity.
Digital Titan TPTLRd Low Range Pressure Transducer
The digital device provides flexibility in connectivity options, offering an integrated Cable outlet or an M12 x 1, 4-Pin connector, both providing ingress protection of up to IP67*.
Inside, the PCB includes a versatile microprocessor that enables a variety of digital communication protocols, such as i2c and SPi. These communication options can be powered by a 2.7-5.5V DC supply, providing compatibility and adaptability for different systems and applications.
If you have any questions about which low range pressure transducer is best for your application, please get in touch. Calibration traceable to UKAS standards is available on all of our low range pressure sensors and pressure transducers.
- OEM installations
- Laboratory & Research testing
- Pneumatic testing
- Medical testing/prototyping
- Data loggers
- Aerospace test and research
- Automotive component testing
- Academic research
What is a Transducer?
A transducer is a device that converts one form of energy into another. In simple terms, it takes a physical input, such as pressure, temperature, or sound, and transforms it into an electrical signal that can be measured or processed by other devices for various purposes like measurement, control, or communication.
What is a Pressure Transducer?
A pressure transducer is a device that converts the physical pressure exerted on it into an electrical signal. It is commonly used to measure and monitor pressure in various applications. The transducer detects the pressure and provides an output signal that can be used for measurement, control, or data recording.
What is a Low Pressure Sensor?
A low pressure sensor is a device specifically designed to accurately measure and monitor pressures that fall within a lower range. It is suitable for applications where precise and sensitive pressure measurements are needed, especially when dealing with pressures that are relatively small in magnitude.
What is a Transducer Pressure Sensor?
A transducer pressure sensor is a device that converts pressure measurements into an electrical signal. It is commonly used to monitor and measure pressure in various industrial and engineering applications.