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JUMO MIDAS SI – OEM Pressure Transmitter (401006)


  • Measuring ranges: 0 to 250 mbar – 0 to 1.6 bar relative pressure, 0 to 600 mbar – 0 to 25 bar absolute pressure
  • Silicon sensor with separating diaphragm out of stainless steel
  • Welded measuring system
  • Compact design: as of 71 mm in length
  • High bursting strength

Customer benefits

  • Economical
    Type 401006 is based on the sensor technology of the JUMO MIDAS pressure transmitter range, which has been tried-and-tested many times over. An almost automatic production sequence (digital compensation and calibration of the sensor module) reduces the production time and manufacturing costs.  
  • Process reliability
    The high quality of every pressure transmitter is ensured by the full final inspection within the completely-automatic measuring and calibration facility. The process is guaranteed in the first instance by a high burst pressure. However, if the burst pressure is exceeded, the structural design of the pressure transmitter prevents filling oil leakage.
  • Versatile
    This measuring device distinguishes itself through its versatility. Various output signals, different process connections, materials for process connections, and sealing material are available. The standardized features are specified in the data sheet; further features can be implemented upon request.


  • Use in aggressive media
  • Refrigerationengineering
  • Compressors
  • Commercial vehicles
  • Hydraulics


The pressure transmitter with silicon sensor is used to detect the relative pressure (0 to 0.25 bar – 0 to 25 bar) in liquid and gaseous media.
The pressure transmitter measures the pressure and converts it into an electrical standard signal with a deviation from the characteristic line of ≤ 0.5 % from the end value. A two-wire current signal, three-wire voltage signal, or a ratiometric output signal can be selected for the electrical signal output. These should be supplied with the appropriate direct voltage (nominal DC 24 V).