R.M. Young Company

Barometric Pressure Sensor

Model 61302L / 61302V

 
The Model 61302 Barometric Pressure Sensor offers unparalleled performance and flexibility for atmospheric pressure measurement.

The barometer is available in two configurations to satisfy a variety of applications; Model 61302V offers 0-5 VDC output, 61302L offers a 4-20 mA current output. Both models offer serial output in addition to the analog signal. For outdoor installation, Model 61360 Weatherproof Enclosure and Model 61002 Pressure Port are recommended.

Brochure 61302L
Manual
61302V
Manual
SPECIFICATIONS
Pressure Range: 500-1100 hPa
Operating Temperature: -40 to +60°C
Digital Accuracy*: 0.2hPa (25°C)
0.3 hPa (-40 to +60°C)
Analog Accuracy**: 0.05% of analog pressure range
Analog Temperature Dependence: 0.0017% of analog pressure range/°C   (25°C reference)
Long Term Stability: 0.2% FS per year
Update Rate: 1.8 Hz max
Serial Output: Full duplex RS-232 - 9600 baud
Polled or Continuous
ASCII text or NMEA format
Half duplex RS-485 (61302L only)
Analog Output: 0 to 5000 mV (Model 61302V)
4 to 20 mA (Model 61302L)
Resolution: Analog 0.025% of scale
Serial 0.01 hPa
Power: Model 61302V (7 to 30 Vdc)
   Vout Mode = 2.8 mA
   Sleep Mode = 1.4 uA
   RS232 Mode = 7 mA
Model 61302L (7 to 30 Vdc)
   4 to 20 mA Mode = 25 mA max
   RS-232 or RS-485 Mode = 7 mA
Dimensions: 90mm (3.6 in) x 60 mm (2.4 in) x 20 mm (0.8in)
Weight: Net 44 g (1.5 oz)
 
Ordering InformationModelPrice
BAROMETRIC PRESSURE SENSOR / 4-20 mA 61302L$664.00
BAROMETRIC PRESSURE SENSOR / 0-5 VDC 61302V$642.00
PRESSURE PORT WITH OFFSET BRACKET 61002$148.00
WEATHERPROOF ENCLOSURE/ For 61302L, 61302V 61360$102.00
 
 
CABLE for 61302L, 61302V / 5 conductor shielded 18446 $0.50/ft.
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Complies with applicable CE directives. Specifications subject to change without notice.

*Defined as +/- 1 standard deviation from NIST traceable pressure reference. Includes non-linearity,  hysteresis, repeatability, and calibration uncertainty.


**Defined as +/- 1 standard deviation from ideal analog output. Total analog output accuacy is the root   sum square of digital accuracy, analog accuracy, and analog temperature dependence.