Series 211 - Differential Pressure Transmitter

Differential Pressure, Air Velocity and Flow

1-863-248-2800

Series 211 - Differential Pressure Transmitter

211 Differential Pressure Transmitter

The Series 211 Differential Pressure Transmitter can accurately measure positive, negative, or differential pressure and send the corresponding 4-20 mA output signal. The Series 211 Differential Pressure Transmitter is not position sensitive and can be mounted in any orientation without compromising accuracy. It also features a power LED, so you always know when the transmitter is operating. The compact, lightweight design makes installation simple and easy.


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Maximum Pressure:
Ranges ≤ 5 PSI (35kPa) =15 PSI (100kPa) Max
Ranges > 5 PSI (35kPa) =30 PSI (200kPa) Max
Media compatibility:
Air and compatible non-combustible, non-corrosive gases
Accuracy:
Ranges ≤ 4" w.c. (1kPa) 1.0%
Ranges ≥ 5" w.c. (1.25kPa) 0.25%
Temperature Ranges:
Compensated: 15° to 120°F (-10° to 50°C)
Operating: -10° to 155°F (-25° to 70°C)
Thermal Effect:
+/- 0.028% FS/°F (+/- 0.050% FS/°C)
Stability:
+/- 0.25% FS/year
Output Signal:
4-20 mA, 2-wire or 0 - 10 V
Loop Resistance:
250 Ω @ 24 VDC
Power Supply:
12-30 VDC
Housing Material:
ABS Plastic
Electrical Connection:
Screw terminals
Process Connection:
Push on connection for 3/16" I.D. tubing
Agency Approvals:
CE


Model

Pressure Range Accuracy
211-D001I-10-1"1%
211-D002I-10-2"1%
211-D004I-1 0-4"1%
211-D006I-30-6"0.25%
211-D010I-30-10"0.25%
211-D020I-30-20"0.25%
211-D040I-30-40" 0.25%
211-D005P-30-5 PSI0.25%
211-D010P-30-10 PSI0.25%
211-D015P-3 0-15 PSI0.25%
211-D250A-10-250 Pa1%
211-D500A-10-500 Pa1%
211-D001K-10-1 kPa1%
211-D002K-30-2 kPa 0.25%
211-D003K-30-3 kPa0.25%
211-D005K-30-5 kPa0.25%
211-D010K-3 0-10 kPa0.25%
211-D025K-30-25 kPa0.25%
211-D050K-30-50 kPa0.25%
211-D100K-30-100 kPa0.25%

*For 0-10 V output, add -V to the end of the part number. Consult factory for other calibration ranges including zero center ranges.

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