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Melt Pressure Sensor Diaphragm Connections

Some of the diaphragm connections commonly used in melt pressure sensors

Melt pressure sensors usually use a diaphragm for pressure measurement, and this diaphragm helps the sensor detect pressure changes. Diaphragm connections are components used to connect the sensor to the point to be measured and to detect pressure changes through this diaphragm.
Here are some of the diaphragm connections commonly used in melt pressure sensors:
Closed Aperture:
A closed diaphragm is a structure in which liquid or gas is applied directly behind the diaphragm. This type of connection is often used for liquid pressure measurements.
Open Aperture:
The open diaphragm is used to compare the pressure on one side of the diaphragm with the atmospheric pressure on the other side. This type of connection is often used for differential pressure measurements.
Immersion Tip:
The sensor is connected directly to the medium to be measured using the immersion tip. This type of connection is used to place the sensor directly at the point to be measured.
Float Diaphragm:
It is a type of diaphragm connection used to measure liquid level. The float reacts to changes in the liquid level and is measured by the sensor.
Circular Aperture:
The circular diaphragm connection allows the sensor to measure a wider range of pressures. This type of connection is often used in industrial applications.
Protective Cage or Cover:
A protective structure used to protect the diaphragm of the sensor from physical damage and increase resistance to external factors.
Diaphragm connections should be selected by taking into account the operating principles of the sensor and the environment in which it will be used. These connections can affect the measurement accuracy, reaction time and durability of the sensor. Installation manuals and technical documentation provided by the manufacturer can guide you in choosing the correct diaphragm connection.
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