Titan TPTa/TPTd Industrial Pressure Transmitter Sensor – Digital or Analogue Output
The Titan TPT series of pressure transducers utilise a sturdy stainless steel housing that encloses a piezo-resistive sensing element made of ceramic material (96% Aluminium Oxide Al2O3). Available in digital or analogue output, this design ensures durability and reliable performance in various applications.
|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 (standard), Sealed Gauge, Absolute|
|Pressure Ranges||0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 400, 600 Bar|
|Safe overpressure||1.5 times rated pressure|
|Burst Pressure||3 times rated pressure|
|Accuracy NL&H (BFSL)||≤ ±0.35 % / ≤ ±0.25 % / ≤ ±0.10 % FS|
|Media Wetted Parts||303 Stainless Steel, Al2O3, Viton|
|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 TPTa Pressure Transmitter
The analogue pressure transmitter sensor offers flexibility with either an integrated Cable outlet or an M12 x 1, 4-Pin connector, providing up to IP67* ingress protection. Additionally, standard connectors like mini DIN and large DIN 43650 right angled connectors are available. There is also an option for integrated MIL-C spec or customer-specific connectors.
The internal PCB features a versatile microprocessor that enables a range of output options, including 4-20mA, 0-5V, 1-5V, and 0-10V, powered by a 10-32V DC supply. It also supports a ratiometric output of 0.5 to 4.5V (10-90% of supply) from a 2.7-5.5V DC supply, making it suitable for low-power data logging applications with limited battery capacity.
Digital Titan TPTd Pressure Transmitter
The digital pressure transmitter provides the choice between an integrated Cable outlet or an M12 x 1, 4-Pin connector, both providing ingress protection of up to IP67*.
Inside, the PCB incorporates a versatile microprocessor that allows for a variety of digital communication options, including i2c and SPi. These communication protocols can be powered by a 2.7-5.5V DC supply, providing compatibility and flexibility for different systems and applications.
If you have any questions about which low range pressure transmitter is best for your application, please get in touch. Calibration traceable to UKAS standards is available on all of our low range pressure sensors, pressure transducers, and pressure transmitters.
Take a look at our low range pressure sensor.
- OEM installations
- Laboratory & Research testing
- Hydraulic & Pneumatic testing
- Medical testing/prototyping
- Pressure surge detection
- Data loggers
- Aerospace test and research
- Automotive component testing
- Academic research
What is a Pressure Transmitter?
A pressure transmitter is a device used to measure and transmit the pressure of a fluid or gas in a system. It converts the incoming pressure into an electrical signal that can be easily transmitted and used for monitoring, control, or data recording purposes in various industries and applications.
How Does a Pressure Transmitter Work?
A pressure transmitter works by sensing the pressure of a fluid or gas using a sensing element, such as a diaphragm or piezoelectric material. When pressure is applied, the sensing element deforms, generating an electrical signal. This signal is then amplified and converted into a standardised output, typically a 4-20mA or 0-10V signal, which represents the measured pressure.
What is a Digital Pressure Sensor?
A digital pressure sensor is an electronic device used to measure pressure and provide digital output. It converts pressure readings into digital signals, enabling easy integration with digital systems and data processing.