Definition of differential pressure
Differential pressure, is defined as the pressure difference between two points in the system, is the difference between the pressures detected by the high-pressure and low-pressure ends of the differential pressure transmitter, differential pressure is usually used to measure the flow gas or liquid.
Applications: Exhaust gas emission / Environmental engineering / Process control areas in industries of petroleum / Chemical / Metallurgy / Electric power / Food / Papermaking / Medicine / Machinery manufacturing / Scientific experiments / Aviation and military
eYc SD03 Industrial Grade Integrated Indicator Transmitter Series
eYc PMD33 Differential Pressure Transmitter
eYc P063 Piezoresistive Differential Pressure Transmitter
eYc PHM33 Industrial Grade Differential Pressure Transmitter
eYc P064 Digital Differential Pressure Transmitter