Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitter Digital Display

The Digital Display 4-20mA unit provides real time readings of height of water above the transducer in either meters or feet.

Features

  • Outputs readings in either meters or feet
  • Display is loop powered
  • No need for an extra power supply
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Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitter Digital Display  5031 Digital display for 4-20mA pressure transmitter, includes vent filter
$499.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitter Digital Display
5031
Digital display for 4-20mA pressure transmitter, includes vent filter
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$499.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitters 5405-B 4-20mA pressure transmitter, 30 ft/10m pressure range (requires vented cable)
$499.00
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Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitters 5405-C 4-20mA pressure transmitter, 100 ft/30m pressure range (requires vented cable)
$499.00
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Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitters 5405-D 4-20mA pressure transmitter, 200 ft/60m pressure range (requires vented cable)
$499.00
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Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitters 5405-E 4-20mA pressure transmitter, 400 ft/120m pressure range (requires vented cable)
$499.00
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Heron Vented Cable 5032F Vented cable, priced per foot
$2.00
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Heron Vented Cable 5032M Vented cable, priced per meter
$6.00
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4-20mA pressure transmitter, 30 ft/10m pressure range (requires vented cable)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$499.00
Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitters
5405-C
4-20mA pressure transmitter, 100 ft/30m pressure range (requires vented cable)
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$499.00
Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitters
5405-D
4-20mA pressure transmitter, 200 ft/60m pressure range (requires vented cable)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$499.00
Heron 4-20mA Pressure Transmitters
5405-E
4-20mA pressure transmitter, 400 ft/120m pressure range (requires vented cable)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$499.00
Heron Vented Cable
5032F
Vented cable, priced per foot
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$2.00
Heron Vented Cable
5032M
Vented cable, priced per meter
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$6.00
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