Hydrogen Compatible Pressure Transducer, High Precision HI2000H


■ Compatible for use within Hydrogen based environments
■ High accuracy and performance
■ Pressure ranges from vacuum to 1,500 bar (20,000 psi)



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Hydrogen High Precision Pressure Transducer Performance:

    • Pressure ranges to 1,500 bar (20,000 psi)
    • Suitable for Hydrogen based environment, hydrogen applications
    • High accuracy and performance
    • TEDS Version available
    • Tested to ISO 1114-2:2017 according to EC79/2009 and EU406/2010
    • Silicon-on-Sapphire sensor technology for outstanding performance
    • Specialist high strength titanium alloy sensor
    • ATEX/IECEx option available (includes M1 for mining applications)
    • High thermal stability over wide operating temperature


The HI2000H HYDROGEN high precision transducer is designed with state of the art Silicon-on-Sapphire sensor technology, offering levels of accuracy and performance previously unobtainable or prohibitively expensive. With operating ranges up to 1,500 bar the suitability of the material for use with hydrogen is confirmed following compatibility testing based on ISO 1114-2:2017 according to the European Regulations EC 79/2009 and EU 406/2010.
Applications include aerospace, laboratory and test, oil and gas monitoring equipment (down-hole) and subsea. Available in pressure ranges from 0-500 mbar to 0-1,500 bar and with electrical outputs of 10 mV/V, 0-5 dc and 0-10 Vdc. An optional ATEX and IECEx approved version of this product is available for explosion protection for flammable gases (zone 0), dusts (zone 20) and mining areas (group I M1).


HI2000H Hydrogen High Precision Pressure Transducer Data Sheet (PDF)



Additional information

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Pressure Ranges

0-1 bar (0-15 psi), 0-1 bar Vac, 0-10 bar (0-150psi), 0-25 bar (0-300 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)