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PR3400

Submersible Depth Pressure Transmitter

PROTRAN© PR3400 SUBMERSIBLE DEPTH PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

  • CERAMIC THICK FILM SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
  • PRESSURE RANGES 0-5mWG TO 0-500mWG
  • 4-20mA TWO WIRE OUTPUT AS STANDARD (0-5Vdc, 0-10Vdc OPTIONAL)
  • OPTIONAL ATEX APPROVED VERSION
  • ALL STAINLESS STEEL HOUSING
  • NYLON OVER TUBE FOR TROUBLE FREE VENTING

The PR3400 submersible depth and level transmitter has been designed for the accurate measurement of the depth and level of fluids. Standard version has output signal of 4-20mA, two wire. Options include; outputs of 0-5Vdc and 0-10Vdc, remote amplifier for surface adjustment of zero and span.

For submersion in aggressive or corrosive liquids the PR3400 is available in specialist materials such as Inconel 625, Hastalloy C, titanium and plastic. The standard depth transmitter is fitted with a Delrin© nose cone to reduce sludge build-up. The nose cone connection may be replaced by a variety of threaded process connections common in sub-sea requirements. ESI has many options available for high pressure and hydraulic sub-sea applications. Standard applications include reservoir and level monitoring, water mains pressure metering, power level and outlet pressure on submersible pumps. Electrical connection is via a screened cable protected by a tough nylon pressure tight sheath, which allows excellent trouble-free venting to the surface.

An optional ATEX certified version of this product is available approved for explosion protection for flammable gases (zone 0), dusts (zone 20) and mining areas (group I M1).

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