Pressure Transducer Type HDA 3400, 3700, 3800

Hydac 3000 pressure transducers offer extreme precision for steel and rolling mills, laboratory applications and testing facilities.

A pressure transducer is the next level of sophistication as the sensor element and housing are in electrical contact and have a pressure connection.

HDA 3400, 3700 and 3800 pressure transducers are individually calibrated on a computer–controlled test rig and subjected to a final test.

They are maintenance–free and should operate perfectly when used according to the specifications.

Detailed specifications:

  • The pressure transducers can be fitted directly to the hydraulic system via the G 1/4” threaded connection (DIN 3852).
  • In order to prevent mechanical destruction in critical applications (e.g. strong vibrations or knocks), we recommend that the pressure transducer be mounted using a clamp with elastomer insert (e.g. HYDAC HYROS HREL 6 C 26.9PP, stock no. 435812), and that the hydraulic connection is decoupled via a Minimess line.
  • The recommended mounting position is vertical with the pressure connection pointing upwards.
  • The tightening torque should be approx. 20 Nm.
  • The electrical connection should be carried out by a qualified electrician according to the relevant regulations of the country.

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