The EJA130E is a traditional mount, high static differential pressure transmitter and is part of the most recent evolution of the DPharp family, the EJA-E series. It features a single crystal silicon resonant sensor and is suitable to measure liquid, gas, or steam flow as well as liquid level, density and pressure. EJA130E outputs a 4 to 20 mA DC signal corresponding to the measured differential pressure. Its accurate and stable sensor can also measure the static pressure which can be shown on the integral indicator or remotely monitored via BRAIN or HART communications.
The EJA130E is a differential pressure transmitter designed to work in a high static pressure enviroment.
EJA130E features include:
- ± 0.055% Accuracy
- ± 0.1% Stability per 10 years
- 150 ms Response Time
- 4,500 psi MWP
- Exida and TUV SIL 2/3 Certified
- Local Parameter Setting (LPS)
Yokogawa’s DPharp digital sensor offers twice the performance and stability of the competitor’s analog sensors. The DPharp uses the latest in IC Chip-style design and manufacturing technology. Analog sensors are based on older design technology. Although analog sensors are good, the modern DPharp sensor out performs them. A Yokogawa transmitter with DPharp digital sensor will give you the consistent, reliable, accurate measurement you need.
Accuracy Under All Operating Conditions
Yokogawa’s DPharp sensor has the ability to measure the differential pressure (DP), static pressure (SP), and sensor temperature from a single sensor. Giving these three pieces of process data, Yokogawa’s transmitter can compensate the DP measurement for Temperature Effect and Static Pressure Effect in real time. This is referred to as Dynamic Compensation and improves the DP measurement accuracy.
Competitor’s analog sensors can only measure DP and Sensor temperature. So, theirs can compensate for temperature Effect; but, since the SP measurement is missing, it cannot compensate for Static Pressure Effects.
Stability Under All Operating Conditions
Digital DPharp sensor provides stable measurement in all operation conditions.
To some degree, all pressure sensors on the market provide stable measurement with variations in temperature and static pressure. But what happens when the sensor is over-pressured (pressure > sensor Upper Range Limit (URL)) – like occurs when a manifold is incorrectly sequenced during start-up or shutdown? Or a process upset? Analog sensors are actually damaged during these events requiring the transmitter to be recalibrated to return to accurate operation or even replaced. Yokogawa’s transmitters can withstand large overpressure events. (*See the table below.) Once it returns to normal operating pressure (pressure < URL of the sensor), the transmitter will return to operation within the defined accuracy and stability specifications – no need to recalibrate. Basically, the Yokogawa DPharp sensor has a larger operational envelope compared to an analog sensor.
Signal characterization is a versatile function available on all Yokogawa pressure transmitters. The function is used to compensate the analog 4 to 20 mA output signal for non-linear applications. Such applications include tank strapping or flow measurements; but, it can be used in any application where the relationship between the pressure input and the desired output signal are known. This feature can use up to 10-points.
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