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Unboxing Schneider Electric Pressure Transmitter

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Unboxing Schneider Electric Pressure Transmitter

When you order a Schneider Electric Pressure Transmitter you receive:
Pressure Transmitter (calibrated per your order)

Getting Started Guide

Environmental Compliance Document

Calibration Data Sheet

Packing List

Stay tuned for pictures showing the customer experience!

 

What is a Pressure Transmitter?

 

IDP10S Advanced Differential Pressure Transmitter
Considered the one transmitter that can do it all, the IDP10S differential pressure (d/p Cell®) transmitter covers most of your application needs with a single range. These transmitters offer embedded FoxCal™ technology and multiple points of calibration, which allow you to benefit from wide rangeability and one of the best reference accuracy turndowns on the market. These transmitters have an accuracy of up to ±0.05% of reading, and HART transmitters are SIL 2 certified. The IDP10S is an advanced differential pressure transmitter that measures the difference between two pressures and transmits a proportional or square root (flow) electrical signal.

 

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