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Series 636 Fixed Range Pressure Transmitter

Brand: Dwyer Instruments, LLC
Does not ship to United States
The Series 636 Pressure Transmitter is a low cost, fixed range, stainless steel transmitter with ±0.30% accuracy.

It is designed to continuously measure pressure for years in even the toughest environmental and media conditions. Transmitters are explosion-proof, (FM approved) and meet NACE standards for off-shore applications.
Features
  • Long service life and lower cost to maintain reduces total cost of ownership
  • Explosion-proof housing for use in applications where protection of process and personnel is needed
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The Series 636 Pressure Transmitter is a low cost, fixed range, stainless steel transmitter with ±0.30% accuracy.

It is designed to continuously measure pressure for years in even the toughest environmental and media conditions. Transmitters are explosion-proof, (FM approved) and meet NACE standards for off-shore applications.
Features
  • Long service life and lower cost to maintain reduces total cost of ownership
  • Explosion-proof housing for use in applications where protection of process and personnel is needed

Specifications

Accuracy

  • ± 0.30 % of Calibrated Span

Ambient Temperature Range

  • -40° to 60° C (-40° to 140° F)

Approvals & Certifications

  • CSA
  • FM

Compensated Temperature

  • -29° to 82° C (-20° to 180° F)

Electrical Connectors

  • 3/4” NPT Female - 24”, 22 AWG

Enclosure, Body Material

  • 316 Stainless Steel

Environmental Protection

  • Explosion-proof
  • IP56
  • NEMA 4

Fill Material

  • DC 200 - Silicone Oil

Loop Resistance

  • 900 ohms, Max.

Media

  • Gas
  • Liquids & Gases
  • Vapor

NACE & NIST

  • NIST Traceable Calibration Certificate

NPT Connection

  • 1/2” NPT Female

Output

  • 1-5 Vdc (636LP)
  • 4-20 mA DC
  • Limited to 30 mA DC (636)

Power Requirement

  • 12-30 Vdc (636)
  • 8-14 Vdc (636LP)

Pressure Range

  • bar: 0 to 20.0
  • kPa: 0 to 2,000
  • psi: 0 to 300

Pressure Type

  • Gauge

Process Temperature

  • -40° to 100° C (-40° to 212° F)

Span & Zero Adjustments

  • ± 1 % of Span 1 Vdc (636LP)
  • ± 1 % of Span 16 mA (636)
  • ± 1 % of Span 4 Vdc (636LP)
  • ± 2 % of Span 4.0 mA (636)

Stability

  • ± 0.5 % of Upper Range Limit for Six Months

Temperature Effect

  • ± 2.0 % Per 28° C (50° F)
  • -29° to 82° C (-20° to 180° F) (The Effects of Zero & Span are included)

Typical Applications

  • Off-shore
  • Process applications