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Electronic Pneumatic Transducer


Electronic Pneumatic Transducer

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Electronic-Pneumatic Transducers are used in electronic-pneumatic control systems to convert a proportional electric output signal from a controller into a direct-acting, proportional pneumatic signal.


  • Screw mounting or snap rail (models with cover).
  • Factory calibrated.
  • Dual barb fittings.
  • High accuracy.

Product Specifications

Electric to pneumatic Transducer
Airflow Usage
0.025 scfm (117mL/s)
Dimensions (in.)
2 7/16 in. wide x 3 5/8 in. high x 2 in. deep
Dimensions (mm)
62 mm wide x 92 mm high x 52 mm deep
Maximum Safe Operating Pressure (psi)
30 psi, maximum
Maximum Safe Operating Pressure (kPa)
205 kPa, maximum
Temperature Range (F)
131 F, maximum
Temperature Range (C)
55 C, maximum
With cover, without internal power supply (2-wire)
Electrical Connections
30 in. (762 mm) lead wire
Operating Humidity Range (% RH)
5 to 95% RH
Powered by Control signal
Pressure Range (psi)
0 to 18 psi; Output--3 to 15 psi
Pressure Range (kPa)
0 to 125 kPa; Output--21 to 103 kPa
Input Signal
2 to 10 Vdc
Air connections
Dual barb-fittings for 1/4 in. or 5/32 in. O.D. plastic tubing
0.45 scfm (211 mL/s)
Nominal High End (psi)
16 psi with 18 psi main pressure at 12 Vdc
Nominal High End (kPa)
110 kPa with 125 kPa main pressure at 12 Vdc
Nominal Low End (psi)
0.5 psi at 0 Vdc
Nominal Low End (kPa)
3.5 kPa at 0 Vdc
16 mA