A pressure transmitter operates by converting pressure into an analog or digital Communication Protocol signal. It accomplishes this by reading the physical deformation of a strain gauge and/or capacitance type diaphragm sensor, which is wired into a Wheatstone bridge and/or a micro-chip electronic circuit board configuration. Some even use diaphragms with a piezoresistive effect to detect pressure. An analog current transmitter converts pressure into a HART communication protocol 4-20mA signal, which is highly resistant to electrical noise and resistance and can transmit the signal over long distances. Constant measurement and monitoring of your process couldn't be easier. We also offer heavy duty submersible and hammer union transmitters for the most rugged and demanding of applications. There are many options available through our configurator – you can choose whether or not you need the security of Hazardous area approvals and tailor it for gas service, the output format of your transmitter, the wetted materials, even your process and electrical connections. Use the filter and compare feature to find the transmitter for you!