Pressure transducer useful in deep-well logging toolsHere's the PX3400 Series pressure transducer, an instrument the company says is particularly useful in deep-well tools.Units have a narrow body diameter of 0.75 in. (19 mm) and pressure ranges of as much as 20,000 psi (1,400 bar). Click here to enlarge imageTwo models are available: PX3425 operates to as high as 121° C. (250° F.), and the high temperature PX3435 operates to 177° C. (350° F.). Transducers use this firm's advanced sputtered thin-film sensor technology.The PX3400 Series uses thin-film strain gauges, sputter deposited on a metal diaphragm. It promises stability, especially at high temperatures. ...

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