The DLP/MLP2 Series are based on a piezoresistive, silicon sensing element which senses Differential Pressure and provides an analog output.
ACI understands that sensor applications can often differ from job to job. To accomodate most differential pressure sensing applications, we now offer a universal range option. A single unit, A/DP2-10U, will give you field adjustable ranges of o to 1″, 0 to 2.5″, 0 to 5″, and 0 to 10″ and output flexibility of 4 to 20 mA, 0-5 VDC, 0-10 VDC, and 4-20 VDC. This is critical for optimizing pressure within your facility.
This product addition has been implemented with you in mind, and only adds to the already dependable features of the DP2:
-Durable, ceramic capacitive sensor to provide long-term stability and performance
-Optional, preassembled pitot tube for ease of installation
-4 minutes maximum response time
-Operating environment of 14 to 140F
ACI’s A/DP2-10U is manufactured in the USA in our ISO 9001 certified facility and carries a 5 year limited lifetime warranty.
Please reach out in regards to any inquiries on pricing or the A/DP2 product line.
ACI has always focused on customer Satisfaction. We have one of the lowest return rates in the industry. Our highly skilled sales staff and customer service department is ready and willing to help you with your next sensor application. ACI has twice been awarded “Wisconsin Manufacture of the Year”.
ACI has two new products to combat the major hurdles on a successful pressure sensor bid with the following:
-Accuracy (Proven +/- 0.3% Accuracies on new A/DP2 Series)
-Reliability (Sturdy design with ACI’s quality behind it)
-Cost(25-40% less than competitor’s equivalents)
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