Compact and sturdy design, signal stability, and long-lasting material durability enable the Jumo Midas C18 SW pressure transmitter to record relative pressures in organic mediums and mediums containing chloride. As a result, it is especially suitable for laboratory technology or companies in the water and wastewater industry.
The Midas C18 SW has a piezoresistive, ceramic-based pressure sensor that uses thick-film technology. It not only exhibits long-term stability, but also an overload resistance that is three times the final measurement value. The use of ceramic as a material and the design of the oil-free measuring cell also reduce hysteresis effects to a minimum. The ceramic measuring unit is integrated in a titanium process connection. That ensures high corrosion resistance and opens up new so- lutions in application areas such as seawater desalination plants or reverse osmosis plants. The measuring instrument is able to record pressures in measuring ranges from 0 to 1.6 bar up to 0 to 100 bar and to make them available as standard signals. The maximum temperature of the medium in which the overall system can operate is 125 °C.
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