Our PT-500 submersible pressure transducer
is the best on the market and we want to show you why it’s the best. It’s made for
harsh environments. With a laser welded body of 316L stainless steel, surge and lightning
protection, and CSA class 1, division 1 certifications, it can handle just about anything. But, despite all that toughness, it’s
still priced for industrial use. And the best part is, we have all the options you need
to match your exact application. The process connection is where the rubber
meets the road. You can choose a simple 1/2″ male NPT fitting with a stylish nose cone.
Or you have your choice of two cages. Our fixed cage is laser welded onto the sensor,
or we have the world’s first and only reusable cage. We believe in making our sensors field adjustable
whenever possible. With a simple magnet, you can re-zero the sensor by moving up and down
along the side. And this is something you just won’t find
anywhere else. A lot of times, the electrical connection is overlooked.
The PT-500 offers conduit threads, which are awesome for mounting your sensor in turbulence
and for protecting your cable from harsh chemicals. You can also choose an over-molded strain
relief which protects your cable in tight spaces. All of this is held together with precision
laser-welds for a water-tight sensor. You can even opt for a sealed version that is
filled with airtight industrial potting – in case a vent tube isn’t the best option
for your application. The key analog signals are still very important
for a lot of industries, such as 4-20 milliamps, 0-5 volts DC, or 10 milli-volts per volt.
But now we’ve also added RS-485 output for you Modbus fans out there. And with that
addition, the PT-500 is now Tank Cloud compatible. If you’re not familiar with Tank Cloud,
it’s our remote monitoring platform that offers low cost, flexibility, and now, a submersible
pressure transducer. The standard cable is built with Kevlar for
high tensile strength. Our Hytrel cable is compatible with a lot more chemicals and is
great for diesel tanks. Last but not least, we’ve made it easier
to use our vented versions with this handy little vent cap. Unlike the desiccant
cartridge, this little thing uses a hydrophobic membrane to block out all moisture without sealing
off the vent. But don’t worry desiccant fans – we’ve still got the cartridge
if you need it. Our submersible pressure transducer was engineered
to be both reliable and affordable. So if you need a level sensor, chances are the PT-500 is
a good fit for you. If you want to lean more, give us a call,
send us an email, or chat with one of our application engineers online.