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Gems 3500 Series Low-Pressure Transmitter & Transducer

Gems 3500 Series Low-Pressure Transmitter & Transducer

When you need consistent high levels of performance, reliability and stability for low pressure measurement, the Gems 3500 Series pressure transmitter and transducer is your answer. The 3500 Series is ready to serve your most demanding applications from gas analysis instrumentation and medical laboratory equipment to fire pump controllers. Benefits…

5 Types of Pressure Sensors You Should Know

5 Types of Pressure Sensors You Should Know

Just like a drill won’t work with a nail, the type of pressure sensor you’re using for a given application matters. What performs well when measuring oil and gas, for example, may not be the best fit for hydraulics. That’s why it’s key to survey the range of pressure sensor…

How does a pressure transducer work?

How does a pressure transducer work?

Not all of us respond well to pressure, but that’s exactly what happens with a pressure transducer. If you’ve wondered how they work, these devices convert pressure into an electrical output signal such as voltage, current, and frequency. Sensors, meanwhile, allow the transducers to proportionally react to the applied force…

Gems Launches Sensing Solutions Newsletter

Gems Launches Sensing Solutions Newsletter

Allow us to re-introduce ourselves with the launch of our Sensing Solutions newsletter. Already familiar with Gems? Did you know we are an organization of passionate engineers who love solving complex customer challenges? In fact, our goal with this newsletter is to share insights from our engineers to provide you…

Gems 3600 Solid State Pressure Switch

Gems 3600 Solid State Pressure Switch

Get to know Gems’ 3600 Solid State Pressure Switch: The 3600 series solid state pressure switch, built using our proven thin film sensing technology, offers great accuracy in rough environments. The 3600 is the ideal alternative to electromechanical switch types, it is suitable for high cycle pressure applications, or when broad frequency response…

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