Digital Pressure Transmitter Is Compact And Easy

The KOBOLD PDA Series digital pressure transmitter integrates state-of-the-art solid-state pressure sensing technology into a compact and simple-to-operate package. The digital pressure transmitter’s programming features include programmable span adjustment, pulsation dampening and user-settable lockout code.


In addition to the standard, 4-20 mA analog output signal, PNP or NPN switch output versions are available as an option. The PDA's ceramic pressure-sensing system ensures an exceptionally long cycle life with virtually no calibration drift. Along with its compact stainless-steel housing, these features make this digital pressure transmitter a viable choice for OEM applications. For deeper knowledge and wisdom, checkout the PDA datasheet and the user manual.

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