Cynergy3 Components Announces New Series of Pressure Transducers for the Americas

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Global instrumentation manufacturer to showcase newest pressure sensor technologies at the 2015 Sensors Expo & Conference

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“With the ever-increasing demand for pressure sensors across the industrial market, we’re pleased to introduce our customers to a new robust series of pressure and depth transducer solutions,” said John Mason, President Of C3 Components, Inc.

Cynergy3 Components, a world leading manufacturer of liquid level and flow sensors, pressure transducers, high voltage and radio frequency relays, today announced three new ranges of pressure transducers, specifically for industrial markets in North America: Industrial Pressure Sensor Series (IPSU), Low Pressure Range Series (IPSLU) and Externally Mounted Pressure Sensor Series (ILSEU). These, together with Cynergy3’s extensive portfolio of instruments and associated products, will be on show at the 2015 Sensors Expo & Conference, in Long Beach, California June 9-11 at the Long Beach Convention Centre.

“With the company’s continued growth in the Americas, and the ever-increasing demand for pressure sensors across the industrial market, we’re pleased to introduce our customers to a new robust series of pressure and depth transducer solutions,” said John Mason, president of C3 Components Inc., Cynergy3 Components’ US Sales Office. “All three series of products are now calibrated and scaled in either psi or InchesWG, offering higher performance, increased accuracy, and compatibility with several industrial applications.”

Building upon Cynergy3’s success in the sensors business over the last 50 years, the new pressure sensor series include:

  • Industrial Pressure Sensor Series: The IPSU series has 34 new products, scaled in ranges from 0-15psi to 0-5800psi and with outputs of 4-20mA, 0-100mV, and 0-5V. They are suitable for use in a wide range of industrial applications. The probe uses a piezo-resistive ceramic sensor, giving excellent media compatibility within a stainless steel housing. The electronics incorporate a microprocessor-based amplifier, requiring no adjusting and giving stable electronics, especially for industrial applications. Each device is temperature compensated, calibrated and supplied with a traceable serial number and calibration certificate.
  • Low Pressure Range Series: The IPSLU series has 15 new products, scaled in ranges from 0-1psi to 0-15psi and with outputs of 4-20mA and 0.5-4.5V (3-wire). Also available in Absolute pressure ranges of 0-5 psiA, 0-10 psiA and 0-15 psiA, the IPSLU is suitable for use in a wide range of applications. The pressure sensor uses a piezo-resistive silicon sensor, giving excellent media compatibility within an oil filled 316L stainless steel housing. The electronics incorporate a microprocessor based amplifier, requiring no adjusting and giving stable electronics, especially in high vibration/shock applications. Each pressure sensor is temperature compensated, calibrated and supplied with a traceable serial number and calibration certificate. This device is mounted using its 1/4" NPT male thread. Custom versions can be made for particular applications.
  • Externally Mounted Pressure Sensor Series: The ILSEU series has 10 new products, scaled in ranges for 0-48"WG to 0-480"WG and with outputs of 4-20mA and 0.5-4.5V (3-wire). The external mount hydrostatic level pressure transmitter, ILSEU, has a piezo-resistive silicon pressure sensor which is an oil-filled isolated diaphragm. The pressure sensor and housing are made from stainless steel with a choice of internal O ring seals to ensure the product is suitable for a wide range of applications. It has a 1/4" NPT male process connection. Calibration ranges can be in either inchesWG or metresWG scales. The electronics incorporate a microprocessor based amplifier, requiring no adjusting and giving stable electronics, especially in high vibration/shock applications. Every device is temperature compensated, calibrated and supplied with a traceable serial number and calibration certificate.

As with all Cynergy3 pressure transducer products, custom versions of pressure ranges and outputs, process and electrical connections are available to suit various applications. These new sensors are available for purchase and delivery throughout the distribution network via Allied Electronics, Beyond Components, Carlton-Bates, Digi-Key Electronics, Master Electronics, Newark & Galco.

For further information, please contact Cynergy3 at http://www.cynergy3.com or call the sales team on 1-866-258-5057 or sales(at)cynergy3(dot)com.

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About Cynergy3 Components Ltd
Cynergy3 is a leading manufacturer of liquid level, pressure and flow sensors, HV and RF relays. The company has developed an extensive range of liquid level sensors over the past 44 years by focusing on solutions for customer applications. Cynergy3 has been at the forefront of RF relay technology for 30 years, during which time it has developed relays for many specific communications applications, by working with world leading manufacturers of radio communications equipment.

Cynergy3 Components Ltd is an ISO9001:2008 registered production facility based in Dorset, England, which has manufactured reed switch-based products for 50 years. It is a centre of excellence for reed switches, reed relays, liquid level, liquid pressure and liquid flow sensors. Specific products have UL and WRAS approvals. This site is equipped with a state of the art clean room. Many of the reed switches manufactured here are used in Cynergy3’s range of standard and custom reed relays, liquid level, flow and pressure sensors. This ensures that Cynergy3 controls the delivery, quality and reliability of its key components.

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Cynergy3 Components Ltd
7 Cobham Road, Ferndown Industrial Estate, Wimborne,
Dorset BH21 7PE, UK.
http://www.cynergy3.com
Tel: +44 (0) 1202 897 969
Email: sales(at)cynergy3(dot)com

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