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Pressure Sensor, IP65, 100M FS Cycles, 300 psi, Voltage / Current, Gauge, 5 VDC, 1/4" - 18 NPT

1200HGG3002A3UA - Pressure Sensor, IP65, 100M FS Cycles, 300 psi, Voltage / Current, Gauge, 5 VDC, 1/4" - 18 NPT

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Manufacturer Part No:
1200HGG3002A3UA
Newark Part No.:
48T2518
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Product Overview

The 1200HGG3002A3UA is an OEM Pressure Sensor with voltage and current output. The 1200 series pressure sensor features stability and toughness via its CVD and ASIC design coupled with a thicker diaphragm. The thicker diaphragm enables the pressure transducer sensor to survive most pressure spikes caused by pump ripple, solenoid valves, etc. A modular design allows special ordering of fittings and electrical cables. for OEM applications. The ASIC and CVD technology enables Gems™ to offer almost any output over any pressure range.
  • Mini Din with mate
  • Amplified only RFI Protected
  • General purpose and wash down enclosures
  • High proof pressure achieved by thicker diaphragm construction
  • Designed for more than 100 million FS cycles
  • 1/4-18 NPT external pressure port

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Sensing & Instrumentation

Product Information

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300psi
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Voltage / Current
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Gauge
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5VDC
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1/4" - 18 NPT
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