Types IPT-10, IPT-11 - Process pressure transmitter
Standard version or flush diaphragm
Food and beverage industry
Ex protection per ATEX and FM
For applications to SIL-2 (SIL-3)
Metallic and ceramic measuring cells available
Seven different case variants
Configuration via DTM (Device Type Manager) according to FDT concept (Field Device Tool), e.g. PACTware
With its 4 ... 20 mA, HART®, PROFIBUS® PA or FOUNDATION Fieldbus? output signals, combined with either intrinsic safety or flameproof enclosure (in accordance with ATEX and FM), the model IPT-1x is ideally suited to applications requiring these features. The electronics of all of these transmitters, even for the flameproof variant, are intrinsically safe. Thus it is possible to make adjustments on the instrument in EX areas while the instrument is live.
Versatile in application
As a result of the available measuring ranges of 0 ... 0.1 bar to 0 ... 4,000 bar and a freely selectable turndown, the instrument can be used in almost any application. The large number of process connections and the possibility of choosing between metallic and ceramic measuring cells enables the use of this transmitter in all industries.
There are seven different case variants available, and thus, it is possible to select a variant suited to every operating environment.
The case itself can be rotated through 330°, and is available in plastic, aluminium and stainless steel. An electropolished stainless steel case (316L) is available to meet the high demands of the food and pharmaceutical industries.
Easy configuration and operation
Service and configuration at the instrument is carried out using the optional display and operation module, which can be fitted in four positions. The operation menu has a simple and self-explanatory structure and has nine selectable languages as standard.
Alternatively, the operating parameters can be set using the PACTware? free and non-proprietary configuration software. An instrument-specific DTM enables easy integration into a corresponding Distributed Control Systems.