IDP25 | Foxboro by Schneider Electric

IDP25

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The Foxboro® brand I/A Series® Model IDP25 is an intelligent, multirange, two-wire d/p Cell® transmitter that provides precise, reliable, measurement of differential pressure, providing the measurement range and
performance of “two transmitters in one.” It transmits a 4 to 20 mA or digital output signal, as applicable, using FoxCom, HART, or FOUNDATION Fieldbus communication protocol for remote configuration, calibration, and monitoring.

Featured Highlights

  • Silicon strain gauge sensors successfully fieldproven in many thousands of installations.
  • Digital precision, stability, and resolution ensure top measurement performance.
  • Multirange transmitters simplify planning, ordering, and spares procurement and stocking.
  • Wide measurement spans from 0.12 to 250 kPa (0.5 to 1000 inH2O) using only two sensors, each having 400:1 turndown capability.
  • Can be provided as a sealed measurement system with numerous configurations of direct connected or capillary connected seals available.
  • Simple, elegant sensor packaging with very few parts achieves exceptionally high reliability.
  • A selection of FoxCom, HART, or FOUNDATION Fieldbus Protocols for remote communication.
  • Local configuration available with the optional LCD Indicator with on-board pushbuttons.
  • Transmitter available with traditional or low profile transmitter structures (see photos above).
  • Hastelloy C or Industry Standard 316L ss offered for sensor wetted parts materials.
  • Dual Seal Certified by CSA to meet ANSI/ISA 12.27.01-2003 requirements.

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