Trafag, a Swiss based company founded in 1942, is a leading international supplier of high quality sensors and monitoring instruments.Trafag draws from decades of experience in the design, manufacture and application of pressure and temperature measuring instruments for the maritime industry. We continuously meet the rising expectations of the shipbuilding industry in respect of safety and reliability of our products. We combine the product requirements of the classification authorities with rigorous quality management in development and manufacturing. Docking times of ships are short and spare parts need to be available immediately. Trafag is able to provide this service on the spot worldwide, through its branch offices and distributors. A wide range of standardized, configurable products is available. Trafag is also specialized in developing tailored-made solutions for OEM-clients.
Measuring accuracy 0.3 %, 0.5 %
Optional: Switching output 1 or 2 PNP transistors
Completely welded steel sensor system without additional seals
High resistance to over pressure
Excellent long-term stability
Measuring principle Thin-film-on-steel
Measuring range 0 ... 0.2 to 0 ... 700 bar, 0 ... 3 to 0 .... 10’000 psi
Accuracy @ 25°C typ. 0.5 %: ± 0.5 % FS typ., 0.3 %: ± 0.3 % FS typ.
Approval / conformity DNV-GL EU RO
Data sheet www.trafag.com/H72305
The new Submersible Pressure Transmitter (pressure transducer) ECL is based on Trafag’s own thick-film-on-ceramic technology. The optionally configurable pressure ranges can be adapted individually via interface tool and Smartphone App.
Main features: Suitable for thick and viscous media; Different materials for optimum media compatibility; Lightning protection integrated; Configurable measuring ranges
The EPN pressure transmitter offers reliable and accurate pressure measurement over a wide temperature range. Its excellent long-term stability is based on the leading thin-film-on-steel sensor technology from Trafag. Its robust design makes the EPN the perfect choice for demanding applications such as marine and rail industries.