Setra Systems, Inc. - 540/542(High Performance Pressure Transducer Setra Systems, Inc.

540/542 High Performance Pressure Transducer


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  • Superior Stability Avoids Down Time
  • ±0.1% FS High Accuracy
  • Choice of Submersible, High Temperature, and Weather Proof Enclosures
  • IP40, IP65, IP66, and IP68 Rated
  • 25 year MBTF Rating
  • Wide Compensated Temperature Range: -65°F up to +250 °F
  • Meets CE Conformance Standards


  • Off-Highway
  • Natural Gas Equipment
  • Test & Measurement
  • Aerospace
  • Power Plants
  • Heating, Ventilating & Air-Conditioning
  • Refrigeration
  • Robotics

Setra's Model 540/542 Series pressure transducers are designed for harsh applications that require long-term service and high performance.

Utilizing thin film technology, the Models 540/542 offer choice of 0.1% full scale or 0.08% full scale accuracy, millivolt output, a wide compensated temperature range from -65°F up to +250°F, and gauge, sealed gauge, and absolute pressure measurement for pressure ranges 15 psi up to 10,000 psi (1 bar up to 690 bar). Differential pressure measurement is available in ranges from 15 psid up to 300 psid.

All wetted parts are constructed of 17-4 PH SS or Inconel® for ranges 15 psi up to 6000 psi (1 bar up to 400 bar). (Pressure transducers ordered in 600 or 690 bar and 10,000 psi ranges are only available with Inconel wetted parts.) Specify Model 540 when ordering a pressure transducer with stainless steel wetted parts, and Model 542 with Inconel®.

Models 540/542 are offered with choice of 10-6-Pin Bayonet Connector, Weatherproof Cable, and Molded Submersible Cable (submersible up to 656ft.) for electrical termination.

Depending upon the electrical connection selected, when coupled with the Model 540/542 enclosure, which is fabricated in 321 SS, this unit is rated for1P40,1P65,1P66 or IP68 operation.

Requiring virtually no maintenance, the stability of this unit assures the user of high reliability, with less than 0.06% drift per year.