• GREISINGER Pressure measuring transducer GMUD MP

GREISINGER Pressure measuring transducer GMUD MP

Pressure range: > 25 mbar / ≤ 25 mbar
Output signal:4 ... 20 mA / 0 ... 10 V
Operating temperature:-20 ... +70 °C
Accuracy:depends on type
Housing:ABS (IP65)
Model : GREISINGER GMUD MP

GMUD-MP - S
Pressure measuring transducer for pressure difference or absolute pressure (pressure range > 25 mbar)
GMUD-MP - F
Pressure measuring transducer for pressure difference (fi ne pressure range ≤ 25 mbar)

General:
Microprocessor controlled, digital pressure transducer with display and operation via 3 buttons. With freely scalable analog output that can be switched between 4-20 mA and 0-10 V. Code lock for input, after code input parameters can be changed (code permanently stored).
Sensor element: piezoresistive pressure sensor with integrated temperature
Typ. accuracy: depends on type (see manual) / ± 0.15 % (linearity / ±0.6 % FS (hysteresis and temperature 0 ... 70 °C)
Output signal: 4 ... 20 mA / 0 ... 10 V (selectable in menu)
Auxiliary energy: only needed if 0 ... 10 V output signal is selected (18 ... 30 V DC / 24 V AC)
Permissible burden: (4 ... 20 mA): RA[Ω] ≤ (Uv [V] - 12 [V]) / 0.02 A
Permissible load: (0 ... 10 V): ≥ 3000 Ω
Operating temperature: -20 ... +70 °C
Storage temperature: -40 ... +70 °C
Display / operation: 4-digit 7-segment display and 3 buttons
Display range: -1999 ... 9999 digit
Pressure connection: universal pressure connecting pieces for 6 x 1 mm or
8 x 1 mm plastic tubes (4 or 6 mm inner pipe diameter)
Mounting position: any position (small infl uence of mounting position for low ranges)
Housing: ABS (IP65): with fi xing holes for wall mounting (accessible after cover has been removed)
Dimensions: Housing 80 x 82 x 55 mm (without elbow-plug and pressure connecting pieces)
Electric connection: elbow-type plug acc. to EN 175301-803/A (IP65) max. wire
cross section: 1.5 mm², wire/cable Ø: 4.5 ... 7 mm
Application:
Suitable for: air and non-aggressive gases

Area of application:
controlling, measuring and monitoring, climate and ventilation, environmental and medical technology