• Differential pressure gauge  to converts pressure into standard output signals of 0-20mA, 4-20mA and 0-10V

  • Rixotact_4: Ringbalance with digital display for pressure, vacuum and differential pressure with integrated Threepoint-Step-Controller and additional transmitter output 0-10V.

  • RW-65: Ringbalance for measuring draft, pressure, differential pressure, and flow optional with contacts

  • Ringbalance with built-in intrinsically safe 2-wire 4-20mA loop current transmitter. Approved according to ATEX II 1 GD Ex ia IIC/IIIC T4 Ga Da. Housing steel/brass in RAL5015 or stainless steel. Supply via intrinsically safe power supply unit
  • The differential pressure sensor DDS10 is a multifunctional electronic pressure sensor. It is designed for monitoring and measuring over-pressure, under-pressure and differential pressure. With transmitter outputs in the range of 0-10V, 4-20 mA and a variably adjustable measuring range, you remain extremely flexible in practical use. The compact design makes the DDS10 easy to mount anywhere. With an auxiliary power of 24V DC, our differential pressure sensor can be easily integrated into existing control technology.   The versatile fields of application of the differential pressure sensor DDS10 - Air conditioning and ventilation technology - Clean room and laboratory monitoring - Filter monitoring - and everywhere where precise pressure measurement is required.
  • MU-Analog-65-2L: Ringbalance Differential Pressure Transmitter “Loop-Powered” (2-wire) version.
  • Ringbalance Differential Pressure Transmitter negative-, over- and differential pressure into standard signals of 0-20mA, 4-20mA and 0-10V.

Measuring instruments – indispensable in many technical areas

Measuring instruments are used to determine quantities of interest. The medium to be measured is detected by a special sensor and evaluated within the measuring device or by a separate electronic receiver. The measured value is then displayed either analogously or digitally in the form of a quantity perceptible to the human sensory organs (usually the eye).

The elementary characteristics of measuring instruments

The elementary characteristics of measuring instruments include their static and dynamic behavior as well as the accuracy of the measurement performed. While the static behavior describes the correlation between the measured quantity and its reproduction by the measuring instrument (linear or curved), the dynamic behavior provides information about the time in which a measuring instrument still provides a reliable display after the measured value has been recorded. Finally, the measurement accuracy provides information about the expected and tolerated deviations between the measurement result and the actual condition.

High-quality measuring instruments are convincing

In order to achieve a correct measurement result under all environmental conditions and in every situation, when selecting the required measuring instruments you should only pay attention to convincing quality and compliance with all specified technical standards. With products such as the Rixotact_4 differential pressure gauge or the RW65, Rixen offers you reliable measuring instruments for a wide range of applications.