Pressure sensors work in oil, gas, fuels, water

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DMP 320 pressure sensors are stainless steel designs for 'high speed and high precision."

With response time of ≤0.5 ms and a 10kHz sampling rate, the instruments are suited for petrochemical, oil, and gas in such typical operating media as oil, gas, fuels, and water. Nominal pressure ranges are 0 to 100 mbar up to 0 to 600 bar.

DMP achieve high-speed pressure measurements via newly integrated digital electronics plus automatic compensation for sensor-specific deviations due to hysteresis, nonlinearity, and thermal errors.

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