Differential Pressure

Differential Pressure (DP) transmitters measure the difference between two pressures. They use a reference point called the low-side pressure and compare it to the high-side pressure. Ports in the instrument are marked high-side and low-side. The DP reading can be either negative or positive depending on whether the low-side or high-side is the larger value. A DP transmitter can be used as a gauge pressure transmitter if the low-side is left open to the atmosphere.

Example Industrial Applications: Closed Tank Level, Density, Filter health, and DP Flow (Secondary Element)

Yokogawa gauge pressure transmitters use digital DPharp sensor technology to get accurate, reliable readings to you quickly.

Which Series is Right for You?

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Details

Which Series is Right for You?

Refer to the General Specification sheet located under the 'Downloads' tab for detailed specifications.

  EJA-E Series EJX-A Series
EJA-E Series EJX-A Series
Accuracy
± 0.025%  
± 0.040%
± 0.055%  
Stability
± 0.1% of URL per 15 years  
± 0.1% of URL per 10 years  
Response Time
90 msec
Safety
FMEDA Report
IEC 61508 Certified (SIL 2)
Multi-sensing
Differential Pressure
Static Pressure

Resources

Application Note
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DP Level transmitter configuration can be very time consuming. Yokogawa DPharp EJA/EJX Pressure transmitters realize reduction in man hours by smart level setup feature.

Overview:

Differential pressure level measurement has an enemy- temperature. Temperature can have a negative effect on the accuracy of level measurement. This article covers why temperature has this effect and how it can be reduced.

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