The IWPT Wireless Pressure Transducer offers an economical alternative to conventional wired pressure transducers. It provides the benefits of low-cost installation, even in locations that are difficult or expensive to access.
This instrument can be effortlessly paired with any device from the IWR receiver range, providing a seamless “plug and play” solution for pressure measurement needs. Constructed with a piezo-resistive ceramic sensor encased in 316 stainless steel housing, it ensures superb media compatibility for even the most demanding applications.
For added convenience, a swivel adapter (IWPT-SA) is available, enabling easy alignment of the head to the IWR receiver. The IWPT sensor is compatible with the entire range of IWR receivers.
With a line-of-sight range extending up to 500 meters, the performance may vary based on the specific wireless receiver chosen. Please refer to individual receiver data sheets for more detailed information.
Every IWPT device is temperature compensated, carefully calibrated, and comes with a traceable serial number, ensuring accuracy and reliability in all conditions.
- Pressure ranges from -1 to +400 bar gauge
- Up to 500 m line-of-site range (depending on the receiver)
- Piezo-resistive thick film ceramic sensor with
- Stainless steel body
- Five-year battery life at 10-second transmission update rate
- Simple DIL switch pairing with the single or five-channel receiver
- Single, five and multi-channel channel receivers available (up to 128)
- User-selectable transmission update rates
- Analog, digital, RS-232/485, Ethernet & USB receiver outputs
- Receiver clean contacts provide process alarm functions
- Suitable for liquids and gases
- Simple cable replacement installation
– dispense with expensive cable runs
- Environmental monitoring
– pumping stations, sewage plants, water treatment
- Facilities management
– boiler rooms, plant hydraulics, plant pneumatics
- Asset monitoring
– tanks farms, process plants, HVAC and building management
- Service Contract
– temporary installation for servicing and field trials