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Cryogenic Pressure Transducer – ASUC Series – KA Sensors by PMC

ASUC Series - KA Sensors by PMC

The ASUC Series of high performance miniature pressure transducers have been designed for demanding installations in precision engineering.
The new design utilizes miniaturized hybrid components, allowing savings in both size and weight. 

The ASUC is optimized for installations such as propulsion pressure monitoring and control. With a modular stainless steel construction and programmable amplifier, there are options of either
Pressure ranges are available from.

Cryogenic Pressure Transducer Highlights

• -320°F to +70°F (-196°C to +20°C)
• 0-150 to 0-6000 psi
• Cable or Connector
• ±0.25% Accuracy
• Miniature size weighs <3.5 oz with cable
Full details on PMC/KA website here.

Cryogenic Pressure Transducer


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