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New CompactLine Pressure Transmitter Family

The new generation of OEM pressure transmitters called
CompactLine  offers pressure ranges from 25 mbar to
35 bar for different media compatibility requirements in
small and uniform housings.

Original Equipment Manufacturers are getting a wide range of advantages
with the new piezoresistive CompactLine pressure transmitters.
The transmitters are available in very small and uniform housings from
25 mbar to 35 bar. Three different media compatibility classes ensure that
the customer is getting the best value product for each application.

The new CompactLine family consists of three different pressure transmitter

CTE7000: 	Small and rugged stainless steel transmitter for pressure
measurement of gases. Pressure ranges from 25 mbar to 7 bar gage
(absolute pressure from 1 bar upwards). Only 52 mm long and 21.8 mm
in diameter.

CTE8000: 	Compatible with most industrial media (e.g. glycol, oil) through
new Direct-Chip technology in a very small stainless steel housing only
47 mm long. For all pressure ranges from 1 bar to 35 bar gage.

CTE9000: 	All welded stainless steel diaphragm. Pressure ranges from
350 mbar to 35 bar gage (absolute pressure from 1 bar upwards).
Only 65 mm long and 21.8 mm in diameter. Submersible versions of
this transmitter are also available.

CompactLine pressure transmitters are designed especially for
Original Equipment Manufacturer applications.
Standard 0 - 5 V, 0.5 - 4.5 V, 0 - 10 V or 4 - 20 mA output signals,
a wide range of fittings and M12 x 1 electrical connectors are available.

The small and uniform housing, intrinsic design flexibility and the internal
digital signal conditioning make these products an excellent fit for OEMs
throughout industry.

For more information, please contact :-
Sensortechnics GmbH
Tel: +49 89 800 83-0 

July 2000
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