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Pressure transmitter can be used in hazardous applications

Dwyer Instruments has introduced the Mercoid explosion-proof series 3200 smart pressure transmitter. Microprocessor- based, it features flexible pressure calibration and pushbutton configuration, and ...


September 1, 2010
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Dwyer Instruments has introduced the Mercoid explosion-proof series 3200 smart pressure transmitter. Microprocessor- based, it features flexible pressure calibration and pushbutton configuration, and is programmable using HART Communication. It is capable of being configured using the zero and span but- tons; a field calibrator is not required for configuration. The software compensates for thermal effects, while EEPROM stores configuration settings and stores sensor correction coefficients in the event of shutdowns or power loss. The transmitter is FM-approved for use in hazardous locations.

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