This section illustrates Applied Measurements’ range of differential pressure sensors that can be used to measure differential pressure in applications such clean room ventilation systems and filter membrane monitoring.Read More About Our Differential Pressure Sensors
The two types of differential pressure sensor cover measuring ranges from 0-0.25mbar up to 0-200bar and line pressure / common mode pressures of up to 200bar can be catered for. For ATEX applications differential pressure ranges from 0-5mbar up to 0-200bar are available.
Our differential pressure sensors are available with output signals of 4-20mA or 0-10Vdc.
Our PR3202 dry/dry differential pressure sensor is ideal for HVAC and cleanroom monitoring and our PR3200 wet/wet differential pressure sensor is ideal for filter condition monitoring, flow measurement and hydraulic applications.
All models can be supplied with digital displays and indicators, signal digitisers, telemetry systems, data loggers and acquisition equipment from our range of transducer instrumentation. Calibration traceable to UKAS standards is available on all pressure sensors and systems.
What is Differential Pressure?
Differential pressure is the difference in pressure between two measurement points in a system.
Care must be taken to ensure that the line pressure, also known as common mode pressure, is within the specification of the sensor to avoid damage.