Electronic Pressure Switch EDS 3400

Hydac’s EDS 3400 is a compact, electronic pressure switch with an integral digital display for measuring relative pressure in the high-pressure range.

The instrument has a stainless steel measurement cell with thin-film strain gauge. This electric pressure switch can have one or two switching outputs and there is also an option of an additional analogue output signal.

A special design feature of the EDS 3400 is that the display can be moved in two planes.

The unit can be installed in almost any mounting position and the display can be turned to the optimum position without the usual additional expense of a mechanical adapter.

The main applications of the EDS 3400 are primarily in hydraulics and pneumatics, as well as in refrigeration and air conditioning technology.

View below for detailed specifications.

  • Accuracy ≤ ± 1 % FS
  • Optional analogue output selectable (4 .. 20 mA / 0 .. 10 V)
  • 4-digit display
  • Optimum alignment, can be rotated in two planes (axes)
  • Measured value can be displayed in bar, psi or MPa
  • Easy operation due to key programming
  • Switching points and switch-back hystereses can be adjusted independently
  • Many useful additional functions
  • Option of Desina®-compliant pin configuration with diagnostic function

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