PT-500 Submersible Pressure Transducer for Clean Liquids

Submersible Pressure Transducer For Clean Liquids


The Only One In It's Class

The PT- 500-P1 has a nose cone fitting and is designed for use in clean liquids.


Our submersible pressure transmitters are the only ones on the market with built-in lightning protection, Class 1, Div. 1 certification, and a field-adjustable zero.

Our submersible pressure transducers are not only built to very high standards of durability and quality, they're chuck full of features you won't find anywhere else:

  • Built-in lightning protection
  • Field adjustable zero
  • Conduit mounting threads
  • Ingenious and compact vent tube filter cap
  • and more

Calibration Services

NIST Certificates and Re-Calibration

When you buy a PT-500 submersible pressure transducer, or any of our pressure sensors, request a NIST certificate for accuracy up to 0.1% full scale. We can do the same on your regular factory re-calibration, which we recommend doing annually.

Have your submersible pressure transducer re-calibrated at our factory on a regular basis. This will ensure accurate and reliability performance for years.



To 450 ft. deep
B.F.S.L. ≤ 0.25% of span
1 year stability ≤ 0.25% of span
Temperature Compensation Range
32 to 122° F (0 to 50° C)
Temperature Error (reference temp 70° F)
Zero: ≤ 0.025% F.S./°F
Span: ≤ 0.025% F.S./°F


Lightning Protection
Built In, Protected against reverse polarity, surge per IEC 61000-4-5
External Power
10-28 VDC
Vented Urethane Cable
Tensile Strength up to 200 lbs


Lightning Protection
Compliant with IEC 61000-4-5 Standards for electrical surges
CSA Intrinsically Safe
Class 1, Div. 1 Groups C & D


RS-485 Modbus
0-5 VDC
Internet Connectivity
Tank Cloud Compatible (Modbus version)
4-20mA version via RST-5003


mA & VDC Output:
Field Zero Adjustment
Modbus Output:
Modbus Software
mV/V Output:


316L SS Sensor
Urethane Cable
Hytrel® Cable
PVC Cable
Delrin® Nose Cone


Operating Temperature
0 to 185° F
Enclosure Protection
Submersible to 450 ft.


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