Pressure gauges with output signal

Pressure gauges with output signal combine the advantages of the analogue indication of a mechanical pressure gauge, needing no external power, with the electrical output signal of a pressure transmitter. These hybrid instruments are available with all commonly used electrical signals. The sensor works in a non-contact way, without any influence on the measuring signal. Many of the instruments can be delivered in accordance with ATEX with an Ex-i intrinsically safe ignition protection type.

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Why can some pressure gauges only be used up to an ambient temperature of 140°F (60°C)?

If the window of the pressure gauge is made from safety glass, then it can only be used up to an ambient temperature of 140°F (60°C). The safety glass is made from two glass discs. These glass discs are stuck together using a foil. If the temperature rises ... More

What happens when a model 7 differential pressure gauge with separation diaphragms made of elastomers is operated below the ambient temperature specified in the data sheet?

Below the permissible ambient temperatures, the accuracy deteriorates significantly, since the diaphragm (which is either made of FPM / FKM or NBR) stiffens at low temperatures.

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