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DP transmitters for hard-to-access locations

By Chemical Engineering |

Dwyer Instruments

Dwyer Instruments

The Series 629C-RS wet/wet differential pressure (DP) transmitter with remote sensors (photo) is ideal for remotely monitoring differential pressure in chillers, heat exchangers and pumps. For hard-to-access applications, the RS option of the 629C differential pressure transmitters comes with remote-mountable sensors, allowing users to safely monitor data. The 629C-RS option provides shielded or armored cables and is available in 10- or 20-ft lengths. Labor and material costs are reduced by connecting the high- and low-side transducers at the point of measurement, which eliminates running piping back to the transducer. — Dwyer Instruments, Inc., Michigan City, Ind.

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