9400 Digitally Compensated Pressure Transducer

9400 Digitally Compensated Pressure Transducer


  • Embedded EEPROM-based Calibration Data
  • Digital Sensor Compensation
  • Up to ±0.05% FS Static Accuracy
  • Up to ±0.005%/ºC Thermal Stability
  • Pressure ranges: 0-5 psi to 0-10000 psi
  • Welded 316 SS Construction


  • Turbomachinery Test Stands
  • Portable Test Systems
  • Process Monitoring
  • Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems

Series 9400 are highly accurate, digitally compensated pressure transducers designed specifically for use with PSI’s 9022 All-Media Intelligent Pressure Scanners in applications requiring compatibility with
liquid and high pressure media. The 9400 utilizes a highly accurate pressure sensor assembly specifically designed for hostile fluids and gases. The assembly is integrated with supporting electronics in a
durable waterproof housing constructed of 316 SS. Standard pressure ranges are available from 0-5 to 0-10,000 psi in gage, absolute and differential reference pressure formats.

Series 9400 transducers achieve high accuracy and thermal stability through the use of digital compensation technology to correct zero, span, and linearity errors over the operating pressure and temperature
range. Each digitally compensated transducer contains an integral serial EEPROM storing factory generated calibration data. This data is uploaded into the Model 9022 Intelligent Pressure Scanners upon
power-up and used to compensate for the inherent transducer errors during use. Static accuracy of up to ±0.05% FS with thermal stability up to ±0.005%/ºC are achieved using this technique. The Model 9022
scanners support output pressure measurements from the 9400 transducers in engineering units over an Ethernet interface using TCP or UDP protocols.

The Series 9400 All-Media Pressure Transducer is one component of the NetScanner System. Multiple NetScanner components measuring a variety of parameters and sharing the same command set can be
networked to form a distributed intelligent data acquisition system.