• GC30 Pressure Transducer
    GC30 Pressure Transducer

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GC30 Indicating Differential Pressure Transducer with Switch Outputs

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The Ashcroft® GC30 differential pressure transducer uses field-proven thin film sensor technology for monitoring a wide variety of applications. An ideal choice for optimizing instrument costs.

Key Features:
  • Ultra-compact design
  • 3-in-1 capability: digital pressure gauge, switch and transducer
  • Min. / max. feature records low and high pressure events
  • Programmable switch setting and analog scaling
  • Simple "push button" operation
Specifications:
  • Accuracy: ±1.50% span
  • Differential Pressure and Compound Ranges: 0.25" to 25.00" water column
  • Max static pressure 7.5 psi
  • LED display (3 1/2 digit)

The GC30 is ideal where consistent, and reliable differential pressure measurement is essential:

Process Applications:
  • Filter Monitoring
  • Clean Room Pressure Differential
  • Vacuum/Suction
  • Pressure Sensing and Control
  • Fan speed Control
  • Alarm and Control
 

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Tools

  • Distributor Locator

    Locate an authorized Ashcroft distributor in your area.

  • Materials Selector

    Use the selector to review compatible wetted materials and requirements of your application.

  • Unit Converter

    Need to convert measurement units? Check out our quick and easy approach to pressure, temperature and flow unit conversions.

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