The GM-610 receives a pressure signal and converts it to a 4-20 mA current signal.
The piezoresistive sensor is not insulated from the diaphragm. The fluid must therefore be air or inert gases. The diaphragm is made of silicon.

No air is consumed, the maximum pressure being two times the lowest value on the specified scale.

Can optionally be supplied with “GM-610F” 4 wire transmitter, with a 24 Vcc feed (insulated), and output 4-20 mA (maximum load 1000 Ohm).

 

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The GM-610 converter receives a pressure signal and converts it to a 4-20 mA current signal. No air is consumed, the maximum pressure being two times the lowest value on the specified scale.

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Description

Product description

  • Models available at relative, vacuum and absolute pressure

Key features

  • Power supply: 16 to 40 Vdc
  • Assembly: DIN rails

Applications

  • Converts a pressure input signal into a current output signal (4-20mA) for mounting on a DIN rail according to EN60715

Technical specifications

Models and ranges available:

  • relative: 0-25 mbar … 0-7 bar
  • vacuum: -25mbar/0 … -1/0
  • combined: -25mbar/25mbar … -1/7bar
  • absolute: 0-300 mbar … 0-7bar

Accuracy: 0.25% F.S.

Maximum input pressure: 2x maximum interval value

Power supply: 24 V DC, operational from 16 to 40 Vdc, varying the maximum impedance of the circuit

Operational temperature: 0 to 50ºC

Temperature effect: 0.02% of the span/ºC  <1bar and 0,01% for P> 1bar

Dimensions: 95 x 45 x 55 mm (including connector)

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