LEEG SMP858-NSF Monosilicon differential pressure transmitter

LEEG SMP858-NSF Differential Pressure transmitterPressure transmitter SMP858-NSF mono silicon is the best hygienic pressure transmitter meticulously designed by LEEG Instrument, with the world’s most advanced silicon pressure sensor technology and patent encapsulation process.

Pressure transmitter SMP858-NSF adopts full isolation seal structure to eliminate the humidity effects, suitable for severe wet cleaning occasion; double diaphragm overload protection structure to achieve the highest overload pressure 24MPa, suitable for severe pressure overload situations; strong transient voltage resistance to meet the standards of level 4 (Differential mode voltage: 2000V, common-mode voltage: 4000V), suitable for severe surge voltage occasion; seven temperature regions, 20 linearity points and 160 pressure calibration points, suitable for severe temperature change occasion.

Those leading manufacturing technologies redefine the best quality of hygienic pressure transmitters.

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Specification

Measuring range & limit

Nominal value Smallest calibratable span Lower range limit (LRL) Upper range limit (URL) Static pressure limit High-pressure side overload limit Low-pressure side overload limit*
40kPa 4Kpa -40kPa 40kPa 10MPa 10MPa 10MPa
250kPa 25kPa -250kPa 250kPa 10MPa 10MPa 500kPa
1MPa 100kPa -500kPa 1MPa 10MPa 10MPa 500kPa
Adjust requirements: lower range value (LRV) and upper range value (URV) can be adjusted within the scope of the upper and lower range limit, when | URV | ≥ | LRV |, needs | URV | ≥ smallest calibratable span when | URV | ≤ | LRV |, needs | LRV | ≥ smallest calibratable span
The limit value of overpressure: depends on the pressure value of the parts with the lowest pressure capacity
Standard specifications and reference conditions
Test standard GB/T28474 / IEC60770; Zero based-calibration span, silicon oil filling, 316L stainless steel isolated diaphragm, 4-20mA analog output.
Performance specifications
he overall performance including but not limited to 【 reference accuracy 】, 【environment temperature effects】, 【static pressure effects】and other comprehensive error
Typical accuracy ±0.2%URL
Stability ±0.2% URL/ 5 years
Reference accuracy
Including linearity(BFSL), hysteresis and repeatability.
calibration temperature: 20 °C ±5 °C
Linear
output
accuracy
Td ≤10(note) ±0.2%URL Nominal value:
40kPa,250kPa
1MPa
Max value ±0.5% URL
Square root output accuracy is 1.5 times linear output accuracy
Note 1: TD is Turn down
when | URV | ≥ | LRV | , TD=URL/ | URV |
when | URV | ≤ | LRV | , TD=URL/ | LRV |
Ambient temperature effects
Within the range -20-80°C total impact ±(0.1+0.15TD)% URL
Static pressure effect
Effect on zero ±0.15TD % URL/4MPa
Effect on full scale ±0.2% URL/4MPa
Power supply effects
When the power supply voltage is within 10.5/16.5-55VDC, zero and span change should not more than ±0.005%URL/V
Mounting position effects
Install error less than 400Pa, which can be corrected by PV=0 reset.
Vibration effects
According to GB/T1827.3/IEC61298-3,<0.1% URL
Output signal
Two-wire 4-20 mA output with digital communications, linear or square root output programmable, HART protocol is superimposed on the 4-20mA signal.
Damping time
Total damping time constant: equal to the sum of damping time of amplifier and sensor capsule
Damping time of amplifier: 0-100S adjustable
Diaphragm capsule (isolated diaphragm and silicone oil filling)
damping time: ≤0.2
Startup after power off: ≤6S
Normal services after data recovery: ≤31S
Weight
Net weight: about 2.4kg(Tri-Clamp process connection accessory, without mounting brackets)
Power supply
Items Operating conditions
Standard/flameproof 10.5-55VDC
HART protocol 16.5-55VDC,communication load resistance 250Ω
Load resistance 0-2119 Ω for working condition,250-600Ω for HART protocol
Transmission distance <1000 meters
Power consumption ≤500mW@24VDC,20.8mA

Data Sheet LEEG SMP858-NSF Monosilicon differential pressure transmitter

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