Pressure Transmitter with CANopen Interface

This pressure transmitter is equipped with an intelligent signal conditioning, which can be adjusted to flexible and customised needs. Due to the bus-structure of the CAN bus, multiple transmitters can be connected to the same network. This series provides many flexible features, configurations and high media flexibility, if stainless steel sensing elements are selected. The robust design guarantees reliable application in harsh environments. This transmitter complies to the DIN ISO 11898 standard and allows data rates up to 1Mbit/s. The protocol ISO J1939 is also supported and is used in truck-trailer-communication.

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The powerful and reasonable CANopen pressure transducer has excellent properties due to its stainless steel diaphragm and semiconductor thin-film technology, suggesting its use in most areas of industrial applications.


  • Measuring ranges -1…0 bar; 0…1 bar and to 0…5000 bar
  • Integrated CANopen interface according DIN ISO 11898 and ISO J1939
  • Media temperature range -40°C to 125° C
  • Shock and vibration resistance > 1000 g shock, > 20 g vibration
  • Degree of protection from IP67 to IP69K
  • Compact and robust stainless steel housing
  • Highly reliable


Pressure range: -1…0 bar, 0 to 5000 bar
Output signals: CANBus/DIN ISO 11898
Response time [10-90%]: <1 ms
Accuracy: % of the range ≤ 0.5%, Option ≤ 0.25 %FS
Working temperature range (media): -40 … 125°C
Working temperature range (ambient): -40 … 105°C
Material of parts in contact with media: stainless steel, silicon and titanium
Material of housing: stainless steel, silicon and titanium
Shock resistance (according IEC 60068): 1000g
IP class (according IEC 60529): up to IP6K9K (depending on electrical connection & mating)
Weight: 80-120 g
Minimum pressure cycles: 1*107






  • General industrial applications
  • Automotive industry
  • Hydraulics
  • Environmental engineering
  • Pneumatics
  • Air conditioning
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Agricultural engineering
  • Plant engineering and automation