Main range of productOsiSense XM product or component typeElectronic pressure sensors pressure sensor typeElectronic vacuum-pressure sensor pressure sensor size10 bar pressure sensor nameXMLE controlled fluidFresh water (0...80 °C)Air (-15...80 °C)Corrosive fluid (-15...80 °C)Hydraulic oil (-15...80 °C) fluid connection type1/4" - 18 NPT (male) type of output signalDiscrete discrete output typeSolid state NPN, 1 NC electrical connectionMale connector EN 175301-803-A (ex DIN43650) adjustable range of switching point on rising pressure0.7...10 bar adjustable range of switching point on falling pressure0.5...9.8 bar [Us] rated supply voltage24 V DC, voltage limits: 11...33 V diameter40 mm Complementary enclosure materialAnodised aluminium type of installationControl circuit operating positionAny position materials in contact with fluidStainless steel type AISI 303 pressure switch type of operationRegulation between 2 thresholds possible differential minimum at low setting0.2 bar possible differential maximum at high setting0.2 bar maximum permissible accidental pressure20 bar maximum permissible pressure - per cycle10 bar destruction pressure30 bar drift of the sensitivity+/- 0.015 % of measuring range/°C drift of the zero point+/- 0.03 % of measuring range/°C protection typeOverload protectionReverse polarityShort-circuit scale typeAdjustable differential local displayWithout mechanical durability>= 10000000 cycles measurement accuracy+/- 0.3 % of the measuring range product weight0.25 kg Environment IP degree of protectionIP65 vibration resistance35 gn (f = 60...2000 Hz)5 gn (f = 25...200 Hz) protective treatmentTC shock resistance50 gn standardsCEEN 50081EN 50082 product certificationsCSAUL ambient air temperature for operation-15...80 °C Offer Sustainability RoHS (date code: YYWW) Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months
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Dimensions DrawingsDimensionsØ :1/2 NPT
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Performance CurvesOperating Curves1 :Maximum differential2 :Minimum differential(y)Rising pressure(x)Falling pressure