Instruments and sensors for measuring or controlling the pressure applied to a surface from a liquid, bulk material or discrete component.
Digital pressure gauges use electronic components to convert applied pressure into usable signals. The gauge readout has a digital numerical display.
Analog pressure gauges are mechanical devices that include bellows, Bourdon tubes, capsule elements and diaphragm element gauges.
Pressure controllers accept input from pressure sensors, transmitters, gauges, and other devices and subsequently control adjustment to the pressure to maintain or achieve the desired pressure level.
Pressure gauges are used for a variety of industrial and application-specific pressure monitoring applications. Uses include visual monitoring of air and gas pressure for compressors, vacuum equipment, process lines and specialty tank applications such as medical gas cylinders and fire extinguishers.
Pressure instruments are used to measure, monitor, record, transmit or control pressure.
Pressure scanners allow the signal delivered to an instrument to be scanned or switched between multiple pressure sensors. Multi-channel pressure scanners increases the throughput and productivity of costly instrumentation.
Pressure-sensitive safety edges and safety bumpers are machine safeguarding devices that sense changes in pressure.
Pressure sensors include all sensors, transducers and elements that produce an electrical signal proportional to pressure or changes in pressure.
Pressure switches are actuated by a change in the pressure of a liquid or gas. They activate electromechanical or solid-state switches upon reaching a specific pressure level.
Pressure transmitters translate the low level output of a sensor or transducer to a higher level signal suitable for transmission to a site where it can be further processed. These devices include pressure sensors, transducers, elements, and instruments.
Safety mats are presence-sensing devices used to guard a floor area around a machine or robot.
Tactile pressure sensors are used to detect the pressure distribution between a sensor and a target.
Vacuum gauges are devices for measuring vacuum or sub-atmospheric pressures.
Vacuum sensors are devices for measuring vacuum or sub-atmospheric pressures.
Vacuum switches are a type of pressure switch that functions in the vacuum end of the pressure spectra. They measure vacuum pressure (negative pressure).