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Siemens SITRANS P300 Sanitary Pressure Transmitter

Applications in the food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries require higher accuracies, more expensive materials, strict certification standards, and instrument designs that are easy to clean and sterilize. With the SITRANS P300, Siemens introduces a compact pressure transmitter that meets all those requirements, at just $750!

Key Specifications

  • All stainless steel construction with welded flush-mount diaphragm for easy cleaning and sterilization
  • Reliable under extreme chemical and mechanical loads
  • Programmable with local control keys and LCD display or by HART® communication tools
  • Suitable for sanitary process temperatures up to 302°F, Available up to 392°F
  • Best-In-Class 0.075% Accuracy, Long-term drift of only 0.25% over five years, and 100:1 turndown ratio
  • Now certified lead-free and available with NSF-61/371 Certification to comply with the EPA's Safe Drinking Water Act

Supporting Documentation
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Type Description Size
Lesman Catalog Section 6: Pressure Transmitters Lesman Catalog Pages (Features, Specifications, Pricing and Stock Information) 1.9MB
Siemens SITRANS P Pressure Transmitters Series Brochure Siemens SITRANS P Pressure Transmitters Series Brochure 1.2MB
Siemens SITRANS P300 Sanitary Pressure Transmitter Specification Catalog Siemens SITRANS P300 Sanitary Pressure Transmitter Specification Catalog 1.3MB
Siemens SITRANS P300 Sanitary Pressure Transmitter (HART Version) Pocket Quick-Start Manual Siemens SITRANS P300 Sanitary Pressure Transmitter (HART Version) Pocket Quick-Start Manual 86K
Siemens SITRANS P300 Sanitary Pressure Transmitter (HART Version) Operation Manual Siemens SITRANS P300 Sanitary Pressure Transmitter (HART Version) Operation Manual 2.9MB

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Last Ed. Date: 08/24/2017 04:57 PM