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Titan Products releases latest Air Differential Pressure Sensors

Titan Products has unveiled its all new TPDPT8 Air Differential Pressure Sensors, its most stable and accurate differential air pressure sensors to date.

The new TPDPT8 Air Differential Pressure Sensors provide no long-term or temperature drift, and a better than 0.2 per cent accuracy near-zero pressure. 

The TPDPT8 transmitters offer +/- range selection options and multi-range options from 0-25Pa to 0-500Pa. 

Additional options include LCD display and IP65 industrial housing, making them perfect for applications in ventilation and air conditioning systems, operating theatres, fume cupboards, filter monitoring, fan speed control, air pressure monitoring control and air leak detection systems.

Titan Products is also in the final stages of developing a range of BACnet and Modbus Air Differential Pressure Sensors, which will be available soon.

29 May 2018

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