Relative pressure transducer 4300

CHARACTERISTICS

Pressure type
relative
Technology
silicon
Output signal
analog
Mounting
threaded
Other characteristics
stainless steel, high-temperature, EMC, rugged, titanium
Process temperature
Min.: -30 °C (-22 °F)

Max.: 175 °C (347 °F)

Pressure range
Min.: 1.6 bar (23.21 psi)

Max.: 250 bar (3,625.94 psi)

DESCRIPTION

Success in motorsport dépends on hundreds of components working together under extreme conditions, and Baker Hughes continues to develop Druck pressure transducers that give the ultimate performance. Druck motorsport sensors hâve become a world-leading product line used in Formula 1, World Rally Championship and the Indy Racing League, amongst others. The PDCR/PMP 4300 Sériés is the latest in the range of products that for many years has been “fine tuned” in design to suit ail châssis and engine pressure measurement requirements. Features • – Race proven technology • – High température capability to 350°F (175°C) • – Amplified or millivolt output • – Stainless Steel or titanium construction • – Fully EMC protected • – Flexible mechanical/electrical interface options High Performance Baker Hughes has a new advanced and comprehensive Silicon processing facility and is one of a few companies turning raw Silicon into finished pressure sensing products. Each pressure module is fully température cycled to enhance long-term measurement stability. Ail metalwork is welded to form a rugged housing. Upon completion of the electrical connections the units are again thermally cycled to eliminate any possible defects in application. This rugged construction enables the 4300 Sériés to operate under extreme température and vibration conditions.