HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
With I2C interface and Embedded Signal Conditioning
With the D-line, Keller introduces a unique combination consisting of an exceedingly robust industrial pressure transducer and the popular I2C microcontroller interface. Pressure transmitters with this interface are commonly available only in consumer market housings made of plastic or ceramic, where merely the parameters for compensation are stored in an integrated memory. The D-line OEM transmitters however have an unprecedented embedded digital signal processing (DSP) core for the compensation and normalization of the output values.
• Ultra low power consumption, optimised for battery powered applications
• Hermetically protected sensor electronics – extremely resistant to environmental influences
• Ultra-compact, robust housing made from stainless steel (optional Hastelloy C-276)
• No external electronics for compensation or signal processing
• Extremely accurate, outstanding long-term stability, no hysteresis
• Pressure ranges of 1 bar to 1000 bar
• Easy to integrate into microcontroller based systems
• Internal two-chip solution with pressure sensor and signal processing separation provides a high degree of flexibility
Pressure Transponders / Data Loggers Series 21 D(C) RFID
With passive RFID Transponder Interface
This series is a unique combination of an extremely sturdy, ...
• Battery operated with a lifetime of up to ten years
• High level of data security thanks to internal memory
• Robust stainless metal housing
• IP68 ...
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This Series is based on the stable, piezoresisitive transducer and a micro-processor electronics with integrated 16 bit A/D converter. Temperature dependencies and ...
The LEO 5 combines the notable features of Keller’s successful LEO-Record and LEX 1 digital pressure gauges, featuring an IP66-rated stainless steel enclosure. This ...
The Y-line transmitters have an extremely small temperature error. This is achieved using an additional circuit containing a temperature sensor that subdivides the ...