Pressure Transmitters Are CSA Approved And Explosion Proof

The 31EP and 32EP series explosion-proof pressure transmitters are approved by CSA for use in hazardous areas. Both series are identical with the exception of the pressure diaphragm: 32EP Series transmitters feature a thicker diaphragm and a pressure restrictor. Both are certified for operation in the following areas:
• Class I Division 1, Groups A, B, C and D
• Class I Zone1 Ex d IIC T4 Gb
• Class I, Zone 1 A Ex d IIC T4 Gb

31EP and 32EP series explosion-proof pressure transmitters

Other shared features include Sputtered Thin Film sensing technology, 17-4 PH stainless steel wetted parts, ASIC-controlled thermal compensation and signal conditioning, stability of 0.2% full scale/year drift , and an accuracy of 0.25% full scale. A datasheet is available at http://www.gemssensors.com/~/media/GemsNA/NEW%20CATALOG%20FILES%20-%202013/2014/Gems_31EP-32EP_14-APR-14.ashx 

Gems Sensors & Controls
Plainville, CT
800-378-1600
[email protected]
http://www.gemssensors.com

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