The new miniature pressure transmitter NAE 8256 is a unique solution on the basis of HEX19 combined with ship approvals offering an accuracy of up to ±0.3 % and extraordinary robustness and reliability.
Bubikon, September 2015 – The heart of the new pressure transmitter NAE 8256 is Trafag’s very robust and extraordinary stable thin-film-on-steel sensing element which remains accurate and reliable even under rough conditions due to the triple overpressure safety and the fully welded design. The electronics are based on the inhouse designed ASIC, an application specific microchip which achieves optimal temperature compensation and linearization of the measurement over the wide operating temperature range of -40 … 125°C.
The combination of the HEX19 and the ship approvals turns the NAE 8256 into a unique pressure transmitter and thus is the ideal choice for the ship building industry where constricted room prevail. The pressure transmitter is suitable for various applications in ship building like engines and their auxiliary and supporting systems as well as hydraulic and cooling systems. The accuracy option of 0.3% is needed if a higher accuracy and/or temperature compensation and linearization of the measurement over the wide operating temperature range of -40 … 125°C is required.
The absolutely tight construction of the NAE 8256 above 100 bar combined with the wide operating temperature range are ideal preconditions for reliable operation under rough conditions. The pressure transmitter NAE 8256 is readily available with pressure ranges from 0 … 10 bar up to 0 … 600 bar. The output signal is 4 … 20mA. The popular pressure connections as well as the electrical connections M12, DIN Industrial standard are available.