Schneider Electric offers the most versatile solution for fluid control applications, the OsiSense™ XMLG pressure transmitter. Reliable, durable and easy to use, the XMLG pressure transmitter is a necessary part of any pumping, pneumatic or hydraulic system as it converts applied pressure to an electrical signal that can be used to control and/or monitor a process variable. With pressure ranges from -14.5 to 8700 psi, and an analog current output as 4-20 mA, the XMLG pressure transmitters can be used anywhere exact pressure measurement is required.
The OsiSense line of XMLF pressure switches from Schneider Electric are designed to control or regulate pressure in fluid, water, hydraulic, or pneumatic systems from -14.5 psi (-1 bar) to 8,700 psi (600 bar). XMLF pressure switches are incredibly simple to configure and allow for easy and quick parameter readjustment during operation through tactile feedback keys, a scrolling menu on a large 4-digit display in either bar/psi readings. Built to be tough and reliable, these switches are protected against overpressure, short circuits and reverse polarity and feature a self-diagnostic function. XMLF can also memorize and display peak values of pressure that have occurred on the installation.
XMLA,B,C,D, Adjustable Differential and Fixed Differential Pressure Switches from Schneider Electric are international pressure switches that meet IEC, Cenelec, UL and CSA standards. CE marked.
OsiSense XMLK pressure sensors are economical products well suited to pump manufacturers forsimple pumping applications. Using proven technology, these pressure sensors offer high performance and lower energy consumption. They are available in bulk, making unpacking easier and reducing packaging diposal. Type XMLK pressure transmitters are characterized by their ceramic pressure measuring cell. Deformation, caused by pressure, changes the resistance of the resistors of a Wheatstone bridge silk-screened on the ceramic. The change in resistance is then processed by the integrated electronics to provide an analog output signal. XMLK pressure transmitters have an analog output, 4-20 mA or 0-10 V, which is proportional to tthe measuring range.