0-10V pressure transducers with their 3 or 4 wire configurations, work tirelessly to monitor and control water pressure gauges, air pressure, vacuum pressure, and more.

Whether it’s a 10 bar absolute pressure or delicate differential pressure, these transducers can handle it all. As they convert psi into a voltage output signal, they bridge the gap between the tangible world and the realm of digital communication.

0-10v Pressure Transducers

What is 0-10V signal output?

A 0-10V signal output is a method of electrical communication that utilizes voltage levels ranging from 0 volts to 10 volts to represent specific values within a given measurement scale. This standardized analog communication allows devices to convey information through varying voltage signals, facilitating seamless data exchange and interpretation in various applications.

What are 0-10V Pressure Transducers?

0-10V pressure transducers are devices that measure pressure changes in various environments, such as water, air, or vacuum. These transducers convert the pressure variations they detect into a 0-10V analog signal output, which corresponds to the measured pressure values. This standardized output allows for easy integration and communication with other devices, making 0-10V pressure transducers valuable tools in a wide range of applications.

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How to convert a 4-20mA to 0-10V /1-5V signal?

Pressure Transducer Wiring: 2 Wire-3 Wire-4 Wire

Featured 0-10V Pressure Transducers Parameters

Range:0 ~ 1KPa ~ 10KPa ~ 400KPa, -0.1 ~ 0 ~ 1 ~ 60 (MPa), 0 ~ 10KPa ~ 100MPa, High pressure 700MPa can be customized;
Comprehensive accuracy:0.25% FS, 0.5% FS
Output signal:4-20mA (2-wire system), 0-5 / 1-5 / 0-10V (3-wire system)
Power supply voltage:24DCV (9 ~ 36DCV)
Medium temperature:-30 ℃ ~ 160-350 ℃, customized up to 800 ℃.
Ambient temperature:Normal temperature (-20 ~ 85 ℃)
Load resistance:Current output type: maximum 800Ω; voltage output type: greater than 50KΩ
Insulation resistance:Greater than 2000MΩ (100VDC)
Long-term stability:0.1% FS / year
Vibration effect:In the mechanical vibration frequency 20Hz ~ 1000Hz, the output change is less than 0.1% FS
Electrical interface:Hessman connector (customizable)
Thread connection:M20 × 1.5, etc. Other threads can be designed according to customer requirements
Dimensions:M20 × Φ26.5 × 156
Shell protection:Plug type (IP65); cable type (IP67)
Safety explosion-proof:Ex iaⅡ CT5

Read more about: Common Units Of Pressure

Checklist for 0-10v Pressure Transducers?

Use this comprehensive checklist to define your 0-10V output signal pressure transducer requirements, ensuring that you select the perfect device for your needs:

  • Pressure Range: What is the minimum and maximum pressure you need to measure?
  • Output Signal: Confirm that the desired output signal is 0-10 volts.
  • Accuracy: What level of precision do you require from the transducer?
  • Electrical Connection: Which type of electrical connection suits your application? (e.g., cable, connector, terminal block)
  • Process Connection: What kind of process connection is needed to integrate the transducer into your system? (e.g., threaded, flanged)
  • Process Media Type: What type of media will the transducer be exposed to? (e.g., air, water, gas, or corrosive substances)
  • Temperature Range: What are the minimum and maximum temperatures that the transducer must be able to withstand and operate effectively in?

By carefully considering each aspect of this checklist, you’ll be well-equipped to select the ideal 0-10V pressure transducer for your specific application.


To zero a pressure transducer, follow these steps:

  • Disconnect the transducer from any pressure source.
  • Power the transducer and wait for it to stabilize.
  • Observe the output signal (usually voltage or current) while it’s at atmospheric pressure.
  • Adjust the zero-offset setting on the transducer, or in the connected system, until the output signal corresponds to zero pressure.

A pressure-to-voltage transducer, such as a 0-10V pressure transducer, is designed to convert pressure measurements into a proportional voltage output signal. These transducers utilize various sensing technologies, like piezoresistive, capacitive, or strain gauge elements, to detect pressure changes and generate corresponding voltage signals.

The terms “pressure sensor” and “pressure transducer” are often used interchangeably, but there can be subtle differences.

A pressure sensor is a general term for any device that detects pressure changes, while a pressure transducer specifically converts those pressure changes into an electrical output signal, such as voltage or current.

A pressure transmitter and a pressure transducer both convert pressure measurements into electrical output signals. The primary difference is that a pressure transmitter typically generates a standardized output signal, such as a 4-20mA current loop, which is less susceptible to electrical noise and allows for longer transmission distances.

A pressure transducer, on the other hand, often generates voltage output signals, such as a 0-10V signal, which may be more susceptible to noise but are more straightforward to integrate with various devices and systems.

More Pressure Measurement Solutions

In conclusion, 0-10V pressure transducers have become an indispensable part of modern pressure measurement technology. These remarkable devices, with their ability to convert pressure changes into corresponding voltage signals, have revolutionized the way we monitor and control various applications. Understanding the intricacies of these transducers and their 3 or 4 wire configurations will empower you to make well-informed decisions for your specific needs.

At Sino-Inst, we take immense pride in our role as a professional manufacturer of pressure sensors and pressure transmitters. Our vast experience and commitment to quality have made us a trusted partner in the industry, ensuring that our customers receive reliable and high-performing products. Let us be your guide on this exciting journey towards better pressure measurement and control.

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