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Status PTX15 Pressure transmitter

Status PTX15 pressure transmitters offer a low cost and compact method of measuring pressure in a industrial applications.  Due to the small footprint, this pressure transmitter is ideal for OEM type applications and compact mounts.  Status PTX15 pressure transmitters adopt the Hirschmann style electrical connector.  Status PTX15 pressure transmitters come in a standard 2 wire, 24Vdc, 4-20mA design.  Applications are particularly common in OEM applications.


Status PTX15 Pressure Transmitter Features

  • Absolute and gauge pressure versions available
  • Ranges as low as 50mbar up to as high as 600bar
  • 2 wire, 24Vdc, 4-20mA output
  • Stainless steel body and wetted parts
  • Easy to wire Hirschmann style electrical connection
  • Various BSP and NPT process connections
  • Uncertainty typically within 0.25% fs
  • Process temperatures suitable up to 150C
  • ATEX option available, qualification to
    • II 1G EEX ia IIC T4 Ta = -20°C to +90°C
  • Compact and economical design ideal for OEM applications


For hydrostatic level applications, the PTX15 can be used to give a level measurement output.  When used with products like the Status SEM1600VI conditioning block (the SEM1600VI can also provide power for the PTX15), a user non-linear curve can be applied to the (4 to 20) mA signal to allow for volume measurement in non-linear shaped tanks.


Fluidic are a recognised partner of Status Instruments for Scotland and the North of England.  Along with the above PTX19 pressure transmitters we offer a range of ATEX qualified signal conditioning.  Our instrumentation engineers are product trained and are able to help with instrument selection within the full Status Instruments supply scope. Please call either office for more information (Glasgow 0141 641 5920,  Warrington 01925 572401)


  • Download Status PTX15 Pressure Transmitter Datasheet
  • Download Status PTX15 Pressure Transmitter User Guide
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