US Gauge DCT Pressure Transducer

US Gauge

Key Features:

  • Digitally Compensated – Low total accuracy errors for interchangeability and high precision measurements
  • Multiple Pressure Port Options – Ease of installation and attachment with no adapters
  • 0.2% Typical Accuracy – Offers superior accuracy to competitive models and can be used on critical applications
  • Factory Calibrated for Pressure and Temperature – No need for field calibration. Plug and play reliability.
  • Rugged, Compact Design – Easy to package or install
  • Custom Designs Available – Adaptable to special needs
  • Numerous Weatherproof Electrical Connection Options – Quick hook-up and remote applications
  • Numerous Electrical Outputs – Can be used with standard process equipment, conventional receivers, and compatible with microprocessors
  • RFI/EMI Protection Option – For use in high noise environments
  • Reverse Polarity Protection – Installation safety and not damaged by reverse wiring
Product Options:

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US Gauge Model DCT pressure transducer is a digitally compensated unit available with a variety of different outputs including 4-20 mA, 1-6 VDC, 1-5 VDC and 0-5 VDC. Process connector options include 1/8” or 1/4” NPT and 1” NPT flush mount, in either brass of 316 SST. Accuracy is superior for the industrial transducer, less than ±0.3% full scale over pressure and less than ±1.0% full scale over a wide compensated temperature range.

The DCT is offered in pressure ranges from 0-1 psi through 0-3000 psi, to cover a vast  range of applications, in absolute, compound and gauge pressure types. Standard electrical connectors include 18” cable, Packard connector, DIN-A, and DIN-C.

Input Supply Voltage 9 to 30 VDC, 11 to 30 VDC


Null Offset (at 25° C) ± 2% span
Span (at 25° C) ± 2% span
Reference Accuracy ± 0.2% full scale typical, ± 0.3% full scale maximum
(includes repeatability, hysteresis, non-linearity - BFSL)
One Year Stability < 0.25% full scale
Thermal Effect on Zero (Null) ± 1% span (typical) over compensated temperature range
Thermal Effect on Span ± 1% span (typical) over compensated temperature range, 2% max


Temperature Range
Operating Temperature Range -40 to 80° C
Compensated Temperature Range -25 to 75° C
Process Temperature -40 to 100° C



Output 1 to 5 VDC 1 to 6 VDC 0 to 5 VDC 4 to 20 mA
Input Supply Voltage 9 to 30 VDC 9 to 30 VDC 9 to 30 VDC 11 to 30 VDC
Load Limitation 50K Ω Minimum 50K Ω Minimum 50K Ω Minimum 900 Ω Maximum


Shock 30 g; MIL-STD-202F, Method 213B, Condition A
Vibration 10 g, 55 to 2000 Hz; MIL-STD-202F, Method 204D, Part 1 and Part 2
Weight < 140 grams
Electrical Terminations Cable, DIN, or Packard (18" long, 20 AWG)
Wetted Parts (stainless steel) 316/316L stainless steel
All welded, with a permanently filled diaphragm seal.
(brass) Brass, 316/316L stainless steel, and Viton
Additional materials may be present. Contact factory for details.
Housing Material Aluminum or ULTEM (for Packard connector)
Process Connection 1/8 or 1/4 NPT, 1" NPT flush, and 1-20 UNEF


„Burst Pressure
3x full scale for all ranges except 300 and 500 psi, which have a burst pressure of 750 psi

Data Sheet

US Gauge DCT Data Sheet


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