PTB210C3D1M

Vaisala PTB210 Analog Barometer

Vaisala PTB210 Analog Barometer

Description

The Vaisala PTB210 analog barometer is ideal for outdoor installations and harsh environments.

Features

  • Ideal for outdoor installations & harsh environments
  • Designed to operate in a wide temperature range
  • Corrosion-resistant housing provides protection against rain
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The Vaisala PTB210 Analog Barometer is ideal for outdoor installations and harsh environments. It is designed to operate in a wide temperature range, and the housing provides protection against rain. The corrosion-resistant housing, along with the compact size, allows for easy installation and ensures a service-free lifetime of use. In applications where the PTB210 will be exposed to wind, Vaisala recommends using the SPH10 or SPH20 Static Pressure Head to filter out the effect of dynamic pressure.
Notable Specifications:
  • Operating temperature range: -40 to +60 C
  • Humidity range: non-condensing
  • Non linearity: +/-0.20 hPa
  • Hysteresis: +/-0.05 hPa
  • Repeatability: +/-0.05 hPa
  • Calibration uncertainty: +/-0.15 hPa
  • Accuracy at +20 C: +/-0.30 hPa
  • Temperature dependence: +/-0.50 hPa
  • Total accuracy (-40 to +60 C): +/-0.60 hPa
  • Long term stability: +/-0.10 hPa/year
  • Outputs: 0 to 2.5 VDC
  • Current consumption in normal mode:< 8 mA
  • Current consumption in shutdown mode: 0.2 mA
  • Shutdown: ON/OFF
  • Response time: 500 ms
  • Resolution: 300 V
  • Measurement rate: 3 measurements/second
  • Supply voltage (reverse polarity protected): 8 to 18 VDC
  • Max. pressure: 5000 hPa abs.
  • Pressure connector: M5 (10-32) internal thread
  • Pressure fitting: barbed fitting for 1/8 I.D. tubing
  • Electronics housing: IP65
  • Sensor housing: IP53
  • Housing material: PC plastic
  • Supply/output cable length: 1m
  • Instrument weight: 110 g
  • Cable weight: 28 g/m
  • Electromagnetic compatibility: Complies with EMC standard EN61326-1:1997 + AM1:1998; Generic Environment
What's Included:
  • (1) Vaisala PTB210 Analog Barometer
  • (1) 1m cable
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Vaisala PTB210 Analog Barometer PTB210C3C1M PTB210 analog barometer, 500-1300 hPa, 0-5 VDC analog output, 1m cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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Vaisala SPH10 Static Pressure Head SPH10 Static pressure head Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Vaisala SPH20 Heated Static Pressure Head SPH20 Heated static pressure head Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

Questions & Answers

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What type of barometric sensor does the PTB210 employ?
The PTB210 uses the BAROCAP silicon capacitive absolute pressure sensor. This sensor provides excellent hysteresis, repeatability and long-term stability.
What setup is required for this barometer?
The PTB210 merely requires that the instrument is mounted and that its wires are connected prior to use.

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