Yokogawa EJA530E In-Line Mount Gauge Pressure Transmitter

The EJA-E series of transmitters is Yokogawa’s most recent evolution of the DPharp family. Released in 2012, it combines the ruggedness and success of the work-horse EJA-A series with the performance of the thoroughbred EJX-A series to deliver the type of product you have come to expect from Yokogawa.

The EJA530E is our in-line mount gauge pressure transmitter in the series.

EJA530E‘s standard features include:

  • ± 0.055% Accuracy (0.04% Accuracy optional)
  • ± 0.1% Stability per 10 years
  • 90 ms Response Time
  • Exida and TUV SIL2 / SIL3 Certified
  • Local Parameter Setting (LPS)

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Plants run better with Yokogawa pressure transmitters.

At it’s heart, Yokogawa’s Gauge Pressure Transmitter with DPharp digital sensor offers the performance and device intelligence needed to get greater insight into your process.

Digital Performance

Yokogawa’s DPharp digital sensor offers twice the performance and stability of the competitor’s analog sensors. The DPharp uses the latest in IC Chip-style design and manufacturing technology. Analog sensors are based on older design technology. Although analog sensors are good, the modern DPharp sensor out performs them.

                                                                              


Local Indicator

Easy to read indicator provides all the information you need. The indicator can display any of the variables measured; alarm codes with short text; and a sweeping bar graph to give a graphical representation of the process. Fully programmable, the indicator can be customized for your needs. Unlike competitor’s transmitters, the indicator is not driven off the 4 to 20mA analog signal, but, exist as a separate circuit. This allow the display to operate independently from the output signal. This allows for the local display to indicate information that maybe more useful than the primary variable at the transmitter location.


Standard Diagnostics

The EJA110E has 40 self-diagnostic checks to ensure that everything is running smoothly within the transmitter. But, all transmitters on the market have a level self-diagnostic checks. But, Yokogawa has two that are not offered by competitors. First, the transmitter features a patented Back-check Technology that reverse checks all calculations in real-time. Second, the DPharp sensor is an active sensor. This means that the sensor is constantly supplying a signal even when the process has not changed. If the signal is lost from the sensor, the transmitter knows there is an issue. Competitor’s analog sensors are passive. They do not supply a continual signal, so, is the sensor still working when there is no signal?