why most of the DP transmitters using maximum range as
0-2500mmwc?why not 1000 2000 3000 4000mmwc

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why most of the DP transmitters using maximum range as 0-2500mmwc?why not 1000 2000 3000 4000mmwc..

Answer / karthikeyan

0-2500mmwc its not a standard range of transmitters, range of transmitters defending upon process requirements.

but flow transmitters you may see most of transmitters are having 0-2500mmwc, this is also fixed by process flow requirements, in this case, differential pressure may same, but size of orifice, size of the pipe, density of the flowing liqiud,quantity of the flow may differ.

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why most of the DP transmitters using maximum range as 0-2500mmwc?why not 1000 2000 3000 4000mmwc..

Answer / akhil

it is the standard and highest range for capsule of the

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