New guide helps to simplify pressure transmitter selection

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Find out how to select the right pressure transmitter for your application with our latest ‘How To’ guide. Titled ‘How to select the right pressure transmitter for your application’, the seven page guide covers the key factors to consider when selecting pressure transmitters and ancillary equipment.

Written by our very own pressure measurement experts, the guide highlights the differences between transducers and transmitters and outlines the sorts of application to which each type of device is best suited. The guide then moves on to providing advice as to how to go about selecting equipment whereby extreme temperature, humidity and vibration conditions are of concern.

The guide also looks at the different types of transmitters available, each of which use different techniques to transmit a signal, explains the difference between two-wire, digital and wireless data transmission and advises as to how to choose the best device for a given application.

In addition, the guide provides information on how to match the right device with the right level of protection against the characteristics of different types of hazardous areas. This is accompanied by a breakdown of the different cabling and cable gland options available for hazardous environments and how to choose between them.

The new guide concludes with a look at the benefits of using multivariable transmitters in applications involving the measurement of gases or fluids subject to rapid density changes.

To receive a copy of the new guide, simply email: moreinstrumentation@gb.abb.com, ref. ‘Pressure Guide’.

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