GS4200 USB Digital Pressure Transducer


■ Choice of pressure ranges from vacuum to 4,000 bar
■ Accuracy 0.15% NLHR
■ Auto detection and configuration
■ USB 2.0 compatible



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  • Choice of pressure ranges from vacuum to 4,000 bar (60,000 psi)
  • Silicon-on-Sapphire pressure sensor technology
  • USB 2.0 compatible
  • Accuracy 0.15% NLHR
  • Auto detection & configuration
  • Excellent stability and repeatability
  • Includes built-in temperature monitoring
  • IP68 USB cable included
  • Available in high pressure ranges
  • Create customized test certificates
  • Measure up to 16 inputs simultaneously
  • 2m lead & carry case included
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The GS4200-USB© Digital Pressure Transducer has been designed to measure, analyze and record pressure directly on your computer without the need for costly I/O interface boards. It allows the user to measure up to 16 pressure inputs simultaneously.

The transducer is powered by the computer’s USB port, data is then presented on the PC via the ESI-USB© configurable Windows Interface software supplied with the transducer. It has instant connection with auto-detection, and will configure automatically with your desktop or laptop pc via USB protocol. The fast sample rate enables dynamic pressures to be measured with up to 21 bit resolution. For real-time analysis, data transferred to the PC is achieved without loss of accuracy or bandwidth. This pressure transducer is USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 compatible, the ESI-USB© interface configuration and analysis software is compatible with Windows© 98, 98SE, 2000, ME, XP & Vista. Data can be displayed in graphical or tabular form, with a choice of pressure units and fully adjustable scales. Data can be saved to a file or exported to Excel.


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Pressure Ranges

-1 to 2.5 bar (vacuum to 30 psi), 0-1.6 bar (0-25 psi), 0-16 bar (0-200 psi), 0-100 bar (0-1,500psi), 0-400 bar (0-5,800 psi), 0-1,000 bar (0-14,500 psi), 0-2,000 bar (30,000 psi), 0-4,000 bar (0-60,000 psi)

Calibration in

bar, psi.