PX429-500A5V/N - 

Pressure Sensor, Calibrated, IP67, -29 to 85°C, 34.5 bar, Voltage, Absolute, 30 VDC, 1/4" - 18 NPT

PX429-500A5V/N - Pressure Sensor, Calibrated, IP67, -29 to 85°C, 34.5 bar, Voltage, Absolute, 30 VDC, 1/4" - 18 NPT

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PX409 Series
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Product Overview

NEWPORT's high accuracy piezoresistive pressure transducers have a proven record in high performance commercial and aerospace applications for over 25 years. The piezoresistive process uses strain gages molecularly embedded into a highly stable silicon wafer. The silicon wafer is diced into individual die which each contain a full strain gage bridge. The die is mounted in a sealed chamber protected from the environment by glass to metal seals and a stainless steel diaphragm.
  • High Standard Accuracy 0.08% BSL included Linearity, Repeatability and Hysteresis
  • 500 psia high accuracy transducer, 0-5 Vdc output. cable connection
  • 5-Point NIST Traceable Calibration Included with All Models
  • Broad Temperature Compensated Range -29 to 85°C (-20 to 185°F)
  • Premium Temperature Performance Span: ±0.5% over Compensated Range
  • Fast Response Time
  • Solid State Reliability and Stability
  • 300% Proof Pressure Minimum
  • Shock and Vibration Tested

Product Information

1/4" - 18 NPT
PX409 Series
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