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The M3200 compact industrial pressure transducer is available with analog pressure or digital pressure and temperature output signals.
M3200 pressure transducer

The M3200 series compact industrial pressure transducer's cavity is machined from a solid piece of 17-4PH stainless steel.  The standard version includes a 1/4 NPT pipe thread allowing a leak-proof, all metal sealed system. With excellent durability, there are no O-rings, welds or organics exposed to the pressure media. TE’s proprietary Microfused technology, derived from demanding aerospace applications, employs micro-machined silicon piezoresistive strain gages fused with high temperature glass to a stainless-steel diaphragm. This approach achieves media compatibility simply and elegantly while providing an exceptionally stable sensor without the P-N junctions of conventional micro-machined sensors. This pressure sensor is geared towards industrial and commercial OEM's for mid to high volume applications. Standard configurations are suitable for many applications. Pressure ranges are available from 0-100 to 5,000 PSI (0-7 bar to 0-350 bar).  There are five standard analog output signals available as well as a 14-bit digital pressure with 11-bit temperature output.  Please contact our sales team for your customization needs.


Minimum Operating Temperature


Maximum Operating Temperature (Except Cable; 105°C max)

  1. M3200 Pressure Sensor Webinar (English)

Learn about the M3200 pressure transducer and its analog and digital output signal options.

  • Piezoresistive Pressure Transducer Webinar Video (English)


  • One Piece 17-4 Stainless Steel Construction
  • 14-Bit Digital Pressure and Temperature Output or Analog mV/Amplified Output
  • ±1.5% Span Accuracy
  • Compact
  • Customizable
  • Weatherproof
  • CE Compliant  


  • Pumps and Compressors
  • Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems
  • Automotive Test Systems
  • Energy and Water Management
  • Medical Gas Pressure
  • Leak Detection
  • Remote Measuring Systems
  • General Pressure Measurements

Standard Pressure Ranges

Range (psi)  Range (bar)  Gage/Compound
0 to 100 0 to 7
0 to 250 0 to 17
0 to 500 0 to 35
0 to 1,000 0 to 70
0 to 2,500 0 to 170
0 to 5,000 0 to 350
*Contact factory for non-standard pressure range requests.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What types of process connections are available for pressure transducers?

A: TE Connectivity (TE) offers various standard connections, typically threaded.  While our standard configurations are available, custom configurations are also possible for OEM applications.  Threaded connections are available in male and female connections and can be designed with tapered seal, O-ring, or metal to metal seals. Higher pressure ranges require the connection to be rated for the pressure as well.  Contact factory for availability.    


Common Thread Types: NPT, SAE / UNF, BSP, Metric


Q: What types of electrical interfaces are available on pressure transducers?

A: The electrical interface is dependent on the product selected.  Certain products, due to hazardous location services or IP ratings, require specific electrical connections.  TE Connectivity (TE) manufactures pressure transducers with integral connectors, in-line connectors, and cable options.  Standard and custom designs are available. 



Electrical Connection Types:  Packard Connector, Form C with Mating Connector, Form C without Mating Connector, Cable



Q: What is the difference between analog and digital transducers?

A: Analog and digital transducers are worlds apart in their technologies, interfaces, output signals, and the terminology used to describe and specify their operation. Download our 'Analog and Digital Transducers - the Advantages of Both' Whitepaper to learn more.vantages of both digital and analog transducers here.


Q:What are sensors used for in HVACR systems?

A:Traditional HVAC systems used pressure and temperature sensors to control basic operations such as turning it on or off and opening or closing valves or vents. Since HVAC systems have evolved to be more efficient, sensing capabilities have advanced to include variable refrigerant flow, variable speed motors and blowers, electronic expansion valves, and many other control methodologies to finely tune the system and minimize the overall energy use. Download our 'The Importance of Pressure Sensors in HVACR Systems' Whitepaper to learn more.



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