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Different between Gas Vs Liquid Pressure Transducer, can both be used fr same application Vice Versa

Different between Gas Vs Liquid Pressure Transducer, can both be used fr same application Vice Versa

Different between Gas Vs Liquid Pressure Transducer, can both be used fr same application Vice Versa

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Hi,

I am just wondering if this technology is the same.

1. Can we use gas pressure transducer to measure liquid ?

2. Reasons being, it is easier availanle and economical to find a BLE Pressure transducer for gas that has a featurez of data logging and alarm to measure vacuum to presure

Cirrussense

https://www.hydracheck.com/catalog/pressure-test-p...

Intend to get this from pressure direct to try to measurr liquid like water .

Anyone has any idea if can source this type of sensor and build our own wireless communication and interface.

RE: Different between Gas Vs Liquid Pressure Transducer, can both be used fr same application Vice Versa

That transducer will work with liquid.

Brad Waybright

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RE: Different between Gas Vs Liquid Pressure Transducer, can both be used fr same application Vice Versa

The specs are all bluetooth, practically nothing about the pressure sensor. Typical of the wireless world, everything's about the wireless, the measurement is secondary.

I could not find any mention of materials of construction of the wetted parts, the material that the process is in contat with, which is what determines compatibility with gas or liquid. It's probably stainless steel, but there is no mention.

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