Series 46 X (Ei)


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Series 46 X (Ei) - 1

Submersible Capacitive Transmitters for water level measurements The Series 46 X combines the ceramic measuring cell for low pressure ranges with the µPelectronics of the digital Series 30 pressure transmitters. The signal values of the pressureand temperature sensors are determined by a polynomial compensation1). The values can be shown and stored on a PC and can be reprogrammed. A reference tube integrated in the cable connects the referential chamber of the sensor with the ambient pressure. Specifications Pressure Ranges (FS)* Overpressure mbar mbar * Intermediate ranges for the analog output are realizable with no surcharge by spreading the standard ranges (note that the error band will then increase proportionally) Type Supply (UB) 46 X Supply (UB) 46 X Ei Signal Output (scaleable) Load (kΩ) Error Band typ.** Error Band max.** ** Within the compensated temperature range Operating Temperature Compensated Range Electrical Connection Materials Contact with Media Protection Weight Options - Reference cable PE sheath Ø 5,8 - Absolute cable PUR double sheath Ø 4,7 - Cable length: Standard 5 m - Housing: Stainless steel (type AISI 316L) - Diaphragm: Ceramic, gold plated - Nitrile O-ring IP 68 ≈ 400 g with 5 m cable Programmable, other versions This pressure transmitter is also available as intrinsically safe version (Series 46 X Ei). It is used in explosion exposed areas, where the categories 1 and 2 are required and must only be used in combination with certified intrinsically safe equipment! 1) More information about the polynomial compensation and associated software you will find in the Series 41 X datasheet.

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