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Old 01-18-2019, 07:52 PM   #1
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I am working on a current system using a Bailey Differential Pressure Transmitter. Unfortunately the label is torn off, the only thing left is 0-150" H20 , 12-42VDC Max input, 1/2 NPT. Any chance that anybody knows the model number? It will be greatly appreciated.

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Old 01-18-2019, 08:26 PM   #2
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What is the process? This seems like something you should be able to find on the manufacturer's website. You could also call the distributor.
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Unfortunately we would need a lot more info as the code number contain details of the seating material.

This is really a vender question as with all industrial meters by the time you install them they are out of date and probably no longer available so anything you buy will have a different part number.
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Bailey has been gone for 20 yrs...but all the info you need for a new DP transmitter you have although Bailey did sometimes not follow the normal 4ma to 20 ma standard on some of its products ....it's time to search the internet !
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Bailey has been gone for 20 yrs...but all the info you need for a new DP transmitter you have although Bailey did sometimes not follow the normal 4ma to 20 ma standard on some of its products ....it's time to search the internet !
Bailey was bought by ABB and last I heard, ABB still supports much of it.
https://new.abb.com/products/measure...e_transmitters
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Knowing that it is 0 to 150" wc goes a long way to making use of it. 4-20mA Pressure transmitters are pretty ubiquitous. Knowing the above and the process material, you should be able to find a substitute pretty easily.
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