This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other meanings of DPT
We have 174 other definitions for DPT
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
The testo 6321 differential pressure transmitter is ideal for automated air conditioning and ventilation applications commonly found in commercial and institutional buildings.
While this can be done with a manometer, today's DP flowmeters use differential pressure transmitters that sense the difference in pressure, and then use this value to compute flowrate.
Unlike other SLVA meters, the DIVA does not calculate flow by using a differential pressure transmitter to measure pressure drop across the flowmeter.
Wedgemeter II flowmeters, which are used in combination with differential pressure transmitters, have no moving parts.
In addition, the introduction of the company's new DCI System Six, a Distributed Control System; several new flowmeter products; and a new ceramic cell differential pressure transmitter has made certain inventories excessive.
Another option is to use a multivariable differential pressure transmitter that also measures pressure and temperature and computes mass flow.
For a differential pressure transmitter with a range of 0 to 250 inches of water column, a stated uncertainty of 0.
The PlantWeb solution also demonstrates FOUNDATION fieldbus interoperability by using fieldbus-based Smar differential pressure and temperature meters and fieldbus-to-pneumatic transducers, as well as Yokogawa differential pressure transmitters.