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UMA PRESSURE SENDER 150 PSI 1/8. F NPT TSO

$216.95/Each
Part# 10-04312
MFR Model# T1EU150G
Manufacturer NumberRangeMax PressurePart Number
T1EU150(G)(D)0-150 PSI580 PSI10-04312

Overview

PRESSURE SENDERS
SOLID STATE TRANSDUCER

0-5V OUTPUT

These units are the most economical TSO’d units on the market. They feature precision, solid state sensors and circuitry to give unequalled performance for the money. Available in gauge, differential and absolute types, they are compatible with avgas, jet fuel, engine oil and many other fluids. Because they have internal voltage regulation, they are compatible with indicating instruments that do not have precision output voltages. Units for fuel and oil pressure are certified under TSO C47. Units for manifold pressure are under TSO C45a.
   
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Specifications

  • Power req.: 9-16v - 10 ma. 
  • Internal regulator
  • Output: 0.2 to 4.7 v 
  • Ranges: 0-7 to 0-150 psi, 0-70 in. Hg.
  • Gauge-differential-absolute 
  • Weight: 2.6 oz.
  • Length: 2 in. Dia.: 1.5 in. 
  • Material: aluminum (2024)
  • Pressure fitting: 1/8 in. - 27 npt 
  • Mounting threads: 5/8 in. - 18
  • Operating temp.: -40c° to +120c°
  • Connection: 3 wires
  • Media compatibility: avgas-oil-jet fuel-water
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