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Voltage Output Pressure Transducers

Voltage Output Pressure Transducers are a common type of industrial pressure transmitter. The signals that can be selected are 0~10VDC, 0~5VDC, 1~5VDC, and 0.5~2.5VDC.

Current output and voltage output are the analog output signals of the pressure transmitter. Voltage Output Pressure Transducers can be better aligned with programmable logic controller (PLC) and direct digital controller (DDC) outputs. Convenient for automated control.

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What is the voltage signal output of the pressure transmitter?

In the “Pressure Transducer Output Signal Guide” blog, we introduced the signal output types of pressure transmitters and the 4-20mA signal of pressure transmitters.

Voltage output is one of the commonly used output signals of pressure transmitters. Like current signals, voltage signals have the advantage of being easy to use. And the problem can be identified with a simple multimeter.

Due to the number of industrial controllers that will receive or output voltage signals, technicians require ease of verification of the signals. You can simply connect a pressure gauge in series to read the voltage and correlate that value to the range on the pressure transmitter.

Reading the corresponding output signal for a current output can be a little more cumbersome. Typically, precision resistors are used in conjunction with pressure transmitters for measurement. Voltage Output Pressure Transducers are easily interfered by equipment such as motors or relays, resulting in inaccurate output signals. Pressure transmitters with current output have strong anti-interference capabilities.

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For voltage signals, electromagnetic interference can easily lead to erroneous readings of measured values or control signals. Therefore, shielded wires must be used for voltage signals.

How to convert the current output and voltage output of the pressure transmitter?

The pressure transmitter has two output signals: current and voltage. It can be consistent with the output of controllers such as PLC and DDC, which facilitates automated control. The voltage output is simple and susceptible to interference. The current output requires precise resistance measurement, but has strong anti-interference ability.

The current output of the pressure transmitter (such as 4~20mA) is converted into voltage (such as 1~5V), which can be achieved by adding a resistance value. The basis here is Ohm’s law.

A simple explanation of Ohm’s law is the principle that in the same circuit, the current passing through a certain conductor is directly proportional to the voltage across the conductor and inversely proportional to the resistance of the conductor.

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Current output pressure transmitters and Voltage Output Pressure Transducers are very common industrial process instruments. The connection between Voltage Output Pressure Transducers and devices is relatively simple. Often easier to understand and measure.

Sino-Inst manufactures and supplies pressure transmitters with various output signals. Including current 4-20mA pressure transmitters, 0-5VDC Voltage Pressure Transducers, 0-10VDC Voltage Pressure Transducers, etc. Supports customization of measurement parameters such as high pressure, high temperature, and extremely low temperature.

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