Kimo CP110 Series Differential Pressure Transmitter

Product Id : 2829


Kimo CP110 Series Differential Pressure Transmitter is used to measure differential pressure and transmit the data through electrical signal output which is an analog output of 4-20 mA or 0-10V DC.

Applications: Filters, Clean Rooms, Pharmaceutical, Hospital Rooms, Kitchen Hoods, HVAC Ducts.

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Product Description

Kimo CP110 Series Differential Pressure Transmitter is a differential pressure transmitter with a standard range of -100 to +100 Pa. Kimo CP110 transmits an output of 0-10V / 4-20mA. With the help of a USB Connection provided, it will be easy to communicate with the data from the transmitter to the PC. Kimo CP110 Pressure Transmitter supports both active and passive power supply of 24V AC/DC and 16/30 V DC respectively.

Features Of Kimo Differential Pressure Transmitter:

  • Configurable middle person ranges.
  • 0-10 V or 4-20 mA yield, dynamic, control supply 24 Vac/Vdc (3-4 wires) or 4-20 mA yield, uninvolved circle, control supply from 16 to 30 Vdc (2 wires).
  • ABS V0 lodging, IP65, with or without show.
  • “¼ turn” framework mounting with divider mount plate.
  • Housing with a simplified mounting framework.
  • Solenoid valve for auto-adjustment (just on CP111 show).

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