YOUNG Barometric Pressure Sensors

The YOUNG Barometric Pressure Sensor offers unparalleled performance and flexibility for atmospheric pressure measurement.

Features

  • Includes both analog and digital outputs for integration with a data logging system
  • Compact size allows easy placement in most standard instrument enclosures
  • Optional weatherproof enclosure with U-bolt mounting bracket is available
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YOUNG Barometric Pressure Sensors61402V Barometric pressure sensor, 0-5 VDC
$670.00
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RM Young 61302L Barometer 61402L Barometric pressure sensor, 4-20 mA
$692.00
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YOUNG Barometric Pressure Sensors
61402V
Barometric pressure sensor, 0-5 VDC
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$670.00
RM Young 61302L Barometer
61402L
Barometric pressure sensor, 4-20 mA
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$692.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
RM Young 61360 Weatherproof Enclosure 61360 Weatherproof enclosure for 61302 barometers
$120.00
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YOUNG Pressure Port 61002 Pressure port with offset bracket
$170.00
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RM Young Cables 18446 Sensor cable, 5 conductor shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
$0.92
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RM Young 61360 Weatherproof Enclosure
61360
Weatherproof enclosure for 61302 barometers
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$120.00
Pressure port with offset bracket
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$170.00
RM Young Cables
18446
Sensor cable, 5 conductor shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
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$0.92
The YOUNG Barometric Pressure Sensor offers unparalleled performance and flexibility for atmospheric pressure measurement. It is available in two configurations to satisfy a variety of applications. Model 61402V provides a calibrated 0-5 VDC analog output. Analog current consumption is less than 3 mA. A special sleep mode further reduces current to about 1 uA. Model 61302L features a standard 4-20 mA analog output.

The compact size of the YOUNG barometers allow for easy placement in most standard instrument enclosures. For outdoor installations, the Model 61360 Weatherproof Enclosure and 61002 Pressure Port are recommended.
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