1. First check whether there is signal interference around the pressure transmitter. If there is, try to eliminate it, or connect the sensor shielding wire to the metal shell as much as possible to enhance the anti-interference ability.
2. Clean the mounting holes regularly to ensure that the mounting holes are clean. Prevent the transmitter from contacting corrosive or overheated media.
3. When wiring, pass the cable through the waterproof connector (accessory) or flexible tube and tighten the sealing nut to prevent rainwater from leaking into the transmitter housing through the cable.
4. When measuring gas pressure, the pressure tap should be opened at the top of the process pipeline, and the pressure transmitter should also be installed on the upper part of the process pipeline so that the accumulated liquid can be easily injected into the process pipeline.
5. When measuring the liquid pressure, the pressure tap should be opened on the side of the process pipeline to avoid precipitation and accumulation of slag.
6. Do not use a voltage higher than 36V on the pressure transmitter, which may cause damage.