The CS84 Intrinsically Safe Differential Pressure Transducer is a high strength sensor designed for differential pressure measurements of liquids and gases in Class I, Div 1 IS locations. Differential pressure ranges up to 50 PSI are available with 1/4″ MNPT or FNPT process connections. A 316L SS oil filled sensor element provides excellent stability over a wide operating temperature range while offering corrosion resistance against various liquids and gases. The CS84 features an all welded stainless steel construction for a minimum IP65 rating.
The CS84 Intrinsically Safe Differential Pressure Transducer is an industrial quality pressure sensor for differential pressure measurements. It’s suitable for pressure sensing of liquids and gases in Class I, Division 1 Intrinsically Safe locations. Due to its all welded, stainless steel construction, the CS84 offers a minimum IP65 rating.
A 316L SS oil filled sensor element provides excellent stability over a wide operating temperature range. In addition, it offers corrosion resistance against various liquids and gases. Differential pressure ranges up to 50 PSI are available with 1/4″ MNPT or FNPT process connections. A wide range of configurable options make the CS84 a versatile pressure transducer. Moreover, it’s suitable for operation in some the harshest conditions.
The CS84 Intrinsically Safe Differential Pressure Transducer is the ideal solution for differential pressure measurement in hazardous applications. For example, it’s ideal for filter condition monitoring, sealed tank level measurement, and flow measurement across an orifice. Due to its fully welded design without any internal O-rings or seals, it’s well fit for wet/wet, wet/dry, or dry/dry applications. Differential pressures are available from 1 to 50 PSID. In addition, it can provide both uni-directional and bi-directional pressure sensing. Multiple electrical connections and outputs are available.
Accuracy @ 77˚F (25˚C)1
Stability (1 Year)
Max Line Pressure2
Max Differential Pressure
Frequency Response (min)
Zero Offset (of FS)
Span Tolerance (of FS)
|1Accuracy includes non-linearity, hysteresis and non-repeatability.
2Max line pressure is the highest common mode pressure that can be applied to the sensor without damage.
3Overpressure and burst pressure are the maximum differential pressure that can be applied to the high or low side before damage to the sensor will occur.
4IP Rating is dependent on electrical termination selected. Contact factory for more information. IP Rating applies when electrical connector is attached with the appropriate ingress protection.