New IP Series offers a preconfigured combination of the most popular features and options for industrial monitoring applications.
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MINNEAPOLIS, May 15, 2012 - Honeywell (NYSE:HON), a leading supplier of test and measurement sensor solutions, has expanded its industrial pressure sensor portfolio with the new Honeywell IP Series of industrial pressure sensors.
This new product line includes two new models, designed to offer reliable, repeatable pressure measurements in a variety of industrial manufacturing environments and applications. Preconfigured with the most popular features and options for typical industrial monitoring applications, Honeywell Models IPG1 and IPG2 offer robust pressure measurement performance with accuracies of 0.15 % and 0.25%, respectively.
"The new IP Series of sensors from Honeywell is compatible with a wide range of media, including liquids, chemicals, and gases and are designed to perform in demanding industrial environments where consistent measurements over changing temperature ranges or spikes is essential," said David Baucus, senior product manager for Honeywell Test and Measurement products. "Honeywell's IP Series offers a combination of popular product features cost-effectively packaged to provide reliable, repeatable performance for many types of rugged industrial monitoring applications."
Typical users for this product include customers in transportation, industrial, medical, and oil & gas industries. Typical applications include heavy equipment hydraulic and pneumatic monitoring, process and factory automation, component and material test, and process monitoring (such as: hydraulic, pneumatic, fluid, tank, and leaks).
Built on Honeywell's time-proven Sensotec pressure platform, the Model IP pressure product is CE certified and offered in common psi (5 to 10,000) and bar (0.5 to 700) ranges. Unlike other pressure sensors on the market, Honeywell's line of IP sensors includes temperature in its Total Error Band (TEB) configuration, offering increased measurement confidence and eliminating the need for supplementary calculations by the user.