Siemens® QBM81-5 Differential Pressure Monitor

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Siemens® QBM81-5 Differential Pressure Monitor use proven sensing technology to deliver accurate and repeatable data in applications that require monitoring of differential pressure.QBM Series Differential Pressure Devices can be used in a wide range of applications where differential air pressure monitoring is required.

Applications: HVAC, Cleanrooms, prevailing airflows.

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Product Description

Siemens® QBM81-5 Differential Pressure Monitor used for air and nonaggressive gases. Differential Pressure Switches are used to monitor differential pressure, under pressure, and overpressure in HVAC installations.

Features of Siemens® QBM81-5 Differential Pressure Monitor :

  • Integral Mounting Bracket and Snap‑On Cover with a Single Screw for Easy Installation
  • Loop Powered 4-20 mA Output Signal
  • Ultra‑Low Susceptibility to Temperature
  • Resettable Zero Point
  • No Mechanical Aging

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
Manufacturer
Model No
Digital Outputs 1-pin , Potential-free , Switchover contact
Permissible Operating Pressure 7500 Pa
Ambient Temperature
Mounting
Range
Digital Output DC 24 V
Switching Voltage AC 24...250 V
Switching Current 0.01...5 (3) A
Pressure connection
Degree of Protection IP54
Dimensions
Weight

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