• K2 Pressure Transducer
    K2 Pressure Transducer

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K2 Pressure Transducer with Millivolt Output

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The Ashcroft® K2 shares the same platform as the model K1, except offered with a millivolt option. Field-proven and versatile, the product's sensor technology and assembly methods eliminate signal instability and drift, making it virtually unaffected by shock or vibration. A perfect choice when long-term stability and repeatability are needed.

Key Features:
  • Broad selection of pressure ranges, pressure connections and electrical terminations
Specifications:
  • Accuracy: ±0.50% or ±1.00% span
  • Pressure Ranges: Vacuum to 20,000 psi
  • Housing: NEMA 4X; 300 series stainless steel
  • Wetted material: all-welded stainless steel
  • Output signal: millivolt - ratio metric to supply voltage

The K2 is ideal where consistent and reliable pressure measurement is essential:

Industrial and OEM Applications:
  • Machine Tool
  • General Industrial       
Process Applications:
  • Hydraulic 
  • Test and Measurement
 

Related Products

K1 Pressure Transducer

K1 Pressure Transducer/Transmitter

The Ashcroft® K1 is a proven and versatile pressure transducer/transmitter. Sensor technology and assembly method eliminates signal instability and drift; making this product virtually unaffected by shock or vibration.

T2 Pressure Transducer

T2 Pressure Transducer

The Ashcroft® T2 pressure transducer provides outstanding integrity concerning high shock, vibration and pressure cycling.

Tools

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