ATEX Hydrogen Pressure Transducer – GS4200EXH


■ Hydrogen pressure sensor with ATEX / IECEx certified with DIN EN 175301 plug and socket
■ Pressure ranges from vacuum to 1,500 bar (20,000 psi)
■ Standard accuracy is ±0.25%



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ATEX General Purpose Hydrogen Pressure Transducer Performance:

  • Suitable for Hydrogen based environment, hydrogen applications
  • Tested to ISO 11114-2:2017
  • Silicon-on-Sapphire sensor technology for outstanding performance
  • Specialist high strength titanium alloy sensor
  • DNV GL approved for Marine applications
  • In accordance with EC 79/2009 AND EU 406/2010


Hydrogen compatible pressure transducers are required in a multitude of different applications including Hydrogen fuel powered vehicles, Hydrogen engines, marine vehicles, Hydrogen fuel cells, forklifts & lift trucks, power generation, commercial vehicles, laboratory environments and beyond…

Standard accuracy is ±0.25% with an over pressure limit of twice the rated pressure range, this together with easy access for re-calibration affirm the excellent design. All models are supplied with integral 1/4″ BSP or alternative pressure connections. Optional higher accuracy, outputs and electrical connections are available. The all titanium alloy wetted parts offer unbeatable corrosion resistance.

Available options include ATEX and IECEx approved version for explosion protection for flammable gases (zone 0), dusts (zone 20) and mining areas (group I M1) and/or Marine version complying with DNV GL rules for classification of ships, high speed & light craft and DNV GL offshore standards.


GS4200EXH Data Sheet (PDF) 


Additional information

Additional information

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Pressure Ranges

0-0.5 bar, 0-1 bar (0-15 psi), 0-1 bar Vac, 0-2.5 bar (0-30 psi), 0-10 bar (0-150psi), 0-16 bar (0-200 psi), 0-25 bar (0-300 psi), 0-6 bar (0-85 psi), 0-100 bar (0-1,500 psi), 0-250 bar (0-3,000psi), 0-400 bar (0-5,800 psi), 0-600 bar (0-8,700 psi), 0-1,000 bar (0-14,500 psi), 0-1,500 bar (0-20,000psi)