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Wika Instrument Corp.: Refrigeration, A/C Pressure Transmitter

The AC-1 pressure transmitter is specifically designed for pressure monitoring in refrigeration and commercial HVAC applications. The one-piece brass case and ceramic sensor element provides durability and resistance to the most commonly used refrigerants. The transmitter features a compact, space-saving design for easy installation when mounting space is limited. The pressure range, available starting from 30 inch Hg vacuum (-1 bar) is 100-850 psi (7-60 bar). The transmitter provides a linear, amplified voltage or milliamp signal output with short circuit, reverse polarity, and overvoltage protection. The ceramic thick film sensor has no measurable hysteresis error.

Wika Instrument Corp., 1000 Wiegand Blvd., Lawrenceville, GA 30043; 888-945-2872; www.wika.com

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