Dytran Instruments, Inc. High Temperature Pressure Sensors 2300C4

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High Temperature Pressure Sensors - 2300C4 - Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Chatsworth, CA, USA
High Temperature Pressure Sensors 2300C4
The Dytran series 2300C is a high temperature piezoelectric charge mode pressure transducer with a sensitivity of 0.35 pC/psi designed for reliable operation in temperatures up to +500°F (+260°C). Available with a measurement range from 100 to 15,000 psi, the series 2300C utilizes a stable quartz sensing element, packaged in a rugged stainless steel housing with probe–style design, incorporating a 10–32 axial connector and weighing just 6.5 grams. In addition, the Dytran series 2300C is acceleration compensated to reduce the risk of spurious ambient vibration signals adding to signal output, enhancing the transducer's natural frequency which facilitates an ultra fast rise time.

The Dytran series 2300C is a high temperature piezoelectric charge mode pressure transducer with a sensitivity of 0.35 pC/psi designed for reliable operation in temperatures up to +500°F (+260°C). Available with a measurement range from 100 to 15,000 psi, the series 2300C utilizes a stable quartz sensing element, packaged in a rugged stainless steel housing with probe–style design, incorporating a 10–32 axial connector and weighing just 6.5 grams. In addition, the Dytran series 2300C is acceleration compensated to reduce the risk of spurious ambient vibration signals adding to signal output, enhancing the transducer's natural frequency which facilitates an ultra fast rise time.

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  Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Product Category Pressure Sensors
Product Number 2300C4
Product Name High Temperature Pressure Sensors
Shock 10000 g
Sensor Technology Piezoelectric
Operating Temperature -100 to 500 F (-73 to 260 C)
Measurement Type Absolute
Accuracy 1 ±% FS
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