Yokogawa Differential Pressure Transmitters EJA118 yokogawa eja430a

Yokogawa Differential Pressure Transmitters EJA118 yokogawa eja430a

Model No.︰EJA430A


Country of Origin︰Japan

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Product Description

yokogawa eja430a


  Origin Japan
  Model Number EJA118
  Brand Name Yokogawa





Diaphragm seals are used to prevent process medium form entering directly into the pressure-sensing assembly of the differential pressure transmitter, they are connected to the transmitter using capillaries filled with fill fluid. Model EJA118W, EJA118N and EJA118Y Diaphragm Sealed Differential Pressure Transmitters can be used to measure liquid, gas, or steam flow, as well as liquid level, density, and pressure. They output a 4 to 20 mA DC signal corresponding to the measured differential pressure.
The EJA Series is available with BRAIN, HART, FOUNDATION™ fieldbus or PROFIBUS PA communication protocols.





Excellent performance and stability

  The EJA series uses a silicon resonant sensor formed from monocrystal silicon, a perfect material which has no hysteresis in pressure or temperature changes. The sensor minimizes overpressure, temperature change, and static pressure effects, and thus offers unmatched long-term stability.
Compact and light-weight design
  Half the weight of conventional models thanks to miniaturization of the casing with the amplifier ASIC, pressure cell structure, and flange. The ASIC uses the minimum number of parts and improves the reliability of the amplifier.
Fieldbus communication capability

Fieldbus is a digital two-way communication system. It is a revolutionary technology for configuring instrumentation control systems and a promising successor to the standard 4 to 20 mA analog communication used in most field instruments today.
EJA series offers two types of fieldbus models, FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Low Voltage Mode and PROFIBUS PA devices, which ensure interoperability between Yokogawa and other manufactures. As for software, the EJA series incorporates two AI function blocks that compute differential and static pressures to allow flexible configuration of instrumentation.