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Digitally compensated pressure transmitters show the limits of what is possible. The more important it becomes to have measuring accuracy, the more focused the pressure transmitters available on the market are on certain applications… (more)

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Digitally compensated pressure transmitters show the limits of what is possible. The more important it becomes to have measuring accuracy, the more focused the pressure transmitters available on the market are on certain applications… (more)

Keller‘s OEM transmitters are systems that can be described as “embedded” in the best sense of the word – and in two different ways. First, the sensor and the downstream electronics are embedded in the same housing and second, the transmitter capsules themselves are ideally suited for embedding in application-specific systems. Depending on requirements, the output signal is standardised and temperature-compensated (ratiometric or digital). Thanks to the chip-in-oil (CiO) technology developed at Keller, the trend toward sensor miniaturisation is now a reality. This development can offer impressive advantages: an extremely compact structural design, high resistance to electrical noise fields and high vibration resistance thanks to low mass and short conduction paths… (more)

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