Pressure instruments are used to measure, monitor, record, transmit or control pressure. There are several types of devices. Recorders are used to measure values or accumulate totals. Controllers are used to regulate positive or negative (vacuum) pressure. They receive sensor inputs, provide control functions, and output control signals. Complete pressure instruments are self-contained devices that provide an output such as a display. Analog meters use a simple visual indicator such as a needle. Digital displays present numeric or application-specific values. Cathode ray tubes (CRT), liquid crystal displays (LCD), and other multi-line displays are also available. Some pressure instruments are suitable for measuring the pressure of liquids or gases. Others are rated for hazardous duty. Import specifications to consider include working pressure range, accuracy, vacuum range, and operating temperature. Temperature outputs, temperature compensation, negative pressure outputs, alarm indicators, and transistor-transistor logic (TTL) switches are commonly available.

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  • Pressure Transmitters and Transducers
  • Differential Pressure Flow
  • Downhole Applications
  • Differential Pressure Level
  • Pressure Accessories
  • Instrument Valves & Manifolds
  • Pressure Configuration and Diagnostic Software
  • Pressure Gauges
  • Diaphragm Seals
  • HF Safety Gauge (MSX)
  • Switches & Accessories (MSX)