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Series M5 (sensor only) Series M5 HB (with electronics)


Ultra-Fast Miniature Pressure Transmitters


50 kHz dynamic response Compensated temperature range, -20...125 °C or -40...180 °C Total Error Band • ± 0.5 %FS @ -20…125 °C sensor temperature • ± 1.0 %FS @ -40…180 °C sensor temperature


Extremely compact design, pressure connection: M5 x 0.5 fi ne thread Pressure ranges of 0...3 bar, 0...10 bar and 0...30 bar (absolute) M5 HB 0…10 V Output / 13…32 V Supply. M5 mV Output / 1 mA Supply Media compatible with oil, fuels (diesel, petrol, etc.), gases, coolants. IP67


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Environmental Test Services Ltd


A UKAS accredited testing laboratory No 1909 with Flexible Scope.


Flexible scope allows ETS to perform certain testing to standards that aren’t explicitly stated on our test schedule and still provide an accredited certificate for that work.


Experienced and dedicated engineers providing a high quality service for a wide range of environmental testing.


Vibration, Shock, Temperature/Humidity, Altitude/Decompression, Salt Spray and IP.


Test specifications include BS EN 60068, DEF STAN 00-35, RTCA DO160 and MIL- STD-810.


Other accreditations to ISO 17025: IECQ and BS 9000


Unit 38 Suttons Business Park, Suttons Park Avenue, Reading, Berks RG6 1AZ Tel: 0118 966 2724 Email: ets@online.co.uk www.etsonline.co.uk


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