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Differential pressure transmitter features remote housing

21 May 2010

Vega has introduced a differential pressure transmitter, the VEGADIF 65, featuring a metallic, piezoresistive measuring cell, ranges from 10mBar to 40 bar and high accuracy of better than 0.075 per cent, and offering reliable measurement in flow, density and interface applications.
 
The instrument is available in an IP 68 protected version, with remote electronics, for deployment in very wet or humid areas, poorly accessible locations, or simply where the display can be read more easily without having to use capillaries. Another novel feature is the choice of plastic, aluminium and stainless steel housings - in single or double chamber formats.

 
A range of process connections and chemical seals is available in a variety of materials. Isolating systems can be installed via the scaled-down process fitting assembly, along with various diaphragm materials, including Monel or Tantalum. The instrument tolerates process temperatures of -40 to +400°C  and static process pressures up to 420 Bar do not present any problem.

 
With its 4 - 20 mA/HART, Profibus PA and Foundation Fieldbus signal outputs, VEGADIF 65 can be integrated into standard control systems. Simple setup and commissioning is carried out via the removable,  back-lit indicating and adjustment module PLICSCOM, or with a PC using the adjustment software PACTware and other commercially available tools like PDM, AMS or Field Communicators.


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