L03 Pressure Sensor – The Pressure Sensor For The Food Industry

Sensor-Technik UK introduces the L03 pressure transducer. With its flush stainless steel diaphragm and compact construction, the L03 is designed with the food and beverage industry in mind. Mounted into a system via the weld-flange SF01, the L03 provides a safe, clean and reliable interface between monitoring and control systems, especially for level measurement.

The L03 offers current (4-20mA 2 wire / 0-20mA) or voltage (0-10V) outputs operating from excitation voltages of 9-30VDC or 14-30VDC for voltage output. Electrical connection is via an integrated M12 connector with optional cable connections provided as required.  

The L03 utilises a piezo-resistive measuring element to measure pressures up to 20bar with linearity of 0.5% and operates in temperatures ranging from -25 deg. C to +85 deg. C and monitoring of media temperatures up to +125 deg. C.

The L03 really is the perfect measurement solution for the food and beverage industry and Sensor-Technik UK would be pleased to talk to you about your requirements.


Sensor-Technik UK is the UK and Ireland distributor for Sensor-Technik Wiedemann. A member of the Wiedemann Group of companies, it was set up in 2001 as a distributor and system integrator of the STW product range. Sensor-Technik UK complements its extremely capable range of hardware with innovative engineering services. From software to cable looms, Sensor-Technik UK is your one-stop-shop for control, measurement and integration.



Mark Wood (General Manager)

Sensor-Technik UK Ltd,
Unit 21M, Bedford Heights Business Centre,
Manton Lane, Bedford,
MK41 7PH

Tel: (+44) 01234 270770
Email: mark.w@sensor-technik.co.uk
Web: www.sensor-technik.co.uk

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