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New Precision Level Transducer from Pressure Systems Delivers Extreme Accuracy
Nov 23, 2010 (01:11 PM EST)


Unit simultaneously logs atmospheric pressure

HAMPTON, Va., Nov. 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Pressure Systems, manufacturer of precision level pressure instrumentation for environmental water usage and water resource applications, now offers the TruBlue 575 Baro transducer that measures and logs barometric pressure as well as temperature with extreme accuracy.

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The new absolute, non-submersible 575 Baro has an internal memory of 8 MB and can store up to 550,000 data points.  Its internal 3.6 V lithium battery, with on-board surge protection, has a lifespan of five years, making this new transducer ideal for groundwater and surface water data collection and monitoring applications in low-maintenance systems and remote locations.

The TruBlue 575 Baro provides an accuracy of plus or minus 0.1% FS total error band, which includes changes in temperature within the compensated temperature range of 0 degrees C to 50 degrees C.  The transducer has an RS-485 electrical interface.

The new transducer comes standard with TruWare, Pressure Systems' user-friendly software created specifically for the TruBlue line.  Users can view, graph and export test data using this software.  TruWare is available for PC applications.

Sampling modes for the TruBlue 575 Baro include linear, linear average and event, with programmable sampling rates of up to five readings per second.

The transducer is just 3/4" in diameter and comes in welded stainless steel or titanium.  It has an operating temperature range of 0 degrees C to 50 degrees C and a pressure range from 8 to 16 psia.

The 575 Baro has a two-year warranty and comes standard with a calibration report.

Pricing for the TruBlue 575 Baro is from $535 to $735.  Delivery is 2 to 4 weeks ARO.

To learn more about TruBlue, Pressure Systems' new precision level transducers, visit http://trubluemonitor.com.

For more information, contact Denise Topping, Pressure Systems, 34 Research Drive, Hampton, Va. 23666; Tel: 800-328-3665; Fax: 757-865-8744; E-mail: sales@PressureSystems.com; Web: http://www.trubluemonitor.com/575.html

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READER SERVICE INQUIRIES:  Please direct all product inquiries to Denise Topping, Pressure Systems, at 34 Research Drive, Hampton, Va. 23666, Tel: 800-328-3665; Fax: 757-865-8744; e-mail: Denise.Topping@PressureSystems.com.

EDITOR'S NOTE: KPSI Level and Pressure Transducers are available from Hampton, Va.-based Pressure Systems, now a part of Measurement Specialties, Inc.  Pressure Systems is a world leader in the design and manufacture of precision level and pressure measurement instrumentation for environmental, industrial and aerospace test applications.

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