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    MPP Life Sciences Series Modular Pressure Transmitter

    Anderson Life Sciences Series Pressure Transmitter with Repairable Components

    The model MPP modular pressure transmitter has been specifically designed for placement in sanitary process applications in the Life Sciences industry where accurate and repeatable pressure measurements in difficult (vibration, wide temperature swings, humidity) environments are required. A sanitary diaphragm on the process boundary acts on an FDA and USP approved actuating fluid transferring pressure to an internally sealed piezo resistive transducer. The transducer’s millivolt output is then converted an analog 4-20 mA DC signal that is proportional to the pressure exerted on the diaphragm. The MPP is sealed from environmental conditions via fully potted electronics, patented double o-ring sealed enclosure and all welded construction. Modular construction allows a high degree of field customization with the benefit of individual component replacement. All product contact surfaces are constructed of 316L stainless steel, (available Hastelloy) and electropolished with a surface finish not exceeding 8 micro inch Ra.

    • State of the art sanitary design delivers class leading performance
    • Replaceable components reduce cost of ownership
    • Diagnostic routines promote reliability, display verifies problem free operation
    • Intuitive menu driven setup simplifies commissioning

Specifications

  • 0.05% as calibrated
  • ± 0.07% of calibrated range up to 5:1 turndown (± 0.10% if over 5:1 turndown)
  • 0.2% URL for 2 years
  • ± 0.1 psi/10°F (5.5°C) typical
  • 30/100/500 psi stem: 1.5x URL no effect on accuracy 2x URL to failure
  • <100 Milliseconds
  • <50 Milliseconds
  • Menu adjustable
  • 10 to 1 turn down from URL
  • 30,100,500,1K compound; 30,100,500 absolute
  • 0 to 350°F (-18 to 177°C) with ambient temperatures to 140°F (60°C) and 0 to 330°F (-18 to 165°C) with ambient temperatures to 160°F (71°C)
  • NEMA 4X & IP67 IP69K(when equipped with QDR)