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Siemens Industry is proud to announce their partnership with Newgate Instruments, a subsidiary of Joining Industries, by introducing the JT400 multi-variable gas (MVG) pressure transmitter.

The JT400 is a differential pressure (DP) transmitter that is designed for the natural gas market, and applies specifically to the production/upstream and transportation/midstream markets. 

Some of the main benefits of the MVG are:

  • The first ultra-low power multivariable transmitter: Power Consumption less than 4mW
  • Industry-leading DP measurement accuracy of 0.05% of URL
  • Best-in-class static pressure reference accuracy of 0.035% of URL
  • Maintains accuracy to 0.1% up to 133% of URL even when over-pressured.
  • Best-in-class pressure 0.1% and temperature 0.125% effects on DP

The ultra-low power performance combined with the industry leading accuracy delivers a product custom tailored for the upstream and midstream gas production industry. The JT400 MVG offers drop in compatibility via BSAP, Enron Modbus and ROC compatible protocols. Device comes standard with Class I Division I, Group C, D, Explosion-proof UL/CUL as well as intuitive menu operation with live trending in real time.

Click here to learn more about the MVG.

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