- High Overpressure Option Available on Selected Ranges
- Rugged Design Withstands Harsh Environments
- Operates Over a Wide Temperature Band
- Compatible with Wide Range of Gases & Liquids
- Operates on Low-Cost Unregulated DC Power
- Suitable for High Shock & Vibration Applications
- No Seals or O-Rings to Cause Leakage
- No Brazed Joins Susceptible to Corrosion Problems
Setra 209H pressure sensors are specifically designed for harsh environments, offering high performance, exceptional reliability, and compatibility. The Model 209H is equipped with 316L stainless steel wetted parts, making it ideal for demanding applications in the new energy and industrial sectors. With a wide range of pressure and electrical connections available, it can meet challenging installation requirements. Additionally, its patented overvoltage limit function ensures reliable operation, even in the face of unexpected pressure spikes and high pulse applications.
316L stainless steel construction
The internal sensors and wetted parts of the Model 209H are constructed with 316L stainless steel, providing reliable operation in highly corrosive environments. The sensor comes with a standard accuracy of ±0.25% FS and offers a wide range of options at a moderate price.
Robust design and structure
Engineered for demanding applications, the Model 209H features an industrial-grade construction. Its oil-free design allows the sensor diaphragm to withstand pressures up to four times its rated pressure. Unlike oil-filled products, the Model 209H utilizes capacitor technology, eliminating risks such as oil leakage and equipment contamination during use.
The Model 209H sensor offers a wide range of pressure and electrical connectors, making it suitable for various installation configurations. This versatility reduces the need for extensive engineering modifications when retrofitting sensors, resulting in faster project completion and time to market.
- Fuel cell OEM
- CNG & LNG applications
- Hydrogen production systems
- Water and sewage systems
- Gas pipelines