Monday, May 21, 2012

Yokogawa Comprehensively Upgrades DPharp EJA Series Pressure/Differential Pressure Transmitters to Capture No.1 Share of Global Sensor Market

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces that it will release an enhanced version of the DPharp EJA series pressure/differential pressure transmitters, one of its core sensor products, on June 20.

While remaining in the same price range, the enhanced DPharp EJA series transmitters will now offer significantly improved performance and functionality, bringing great cost benefits to our customers. As standard features, they will have the same high-speed response and multi-sensing functionality available with the high-end DPharp EJX series.

Pressure/differential pressure transmitters are typically used in the oil, petrochemical, and chemical industries to measure liquid, gas, and steam flow rates as well as liquid levels in tanks.

DPharp EJA series transmitters are compact, multipurpose sensors with a large installed base: five million units have been sold since this series was launched in 1994. The DPharp EJX, Yokogawa's high-end transmitter series, has self-diagnostics and other advanced functions that help plants to reduce workload and improve maintenance efficiency.

Yokogawa has enhanced its DPharp EJA series transmitters to give them the same high response speed and multi-sensing functionality found in the DPharp EJX series. These enhanced transmitters retain the high measurement precision that is characteristic of all DPharp series products.

Yokogawa will continue to make enhancements to its sensor and analyzer lineup with the aim of strengthening sales and capturing the No.1 share of the global sensor market.

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