Series 750 Zero-Maintenance Pressure Transducer

  • The one and only AutoTran 750
  • Zeros itself automatically once a minute by triggering internal valve
  • Prevents zero offset shifts due to temperature changes
  • If you have problems with drifting sensors, this is your best solution
  • Lifetime stability of +/- 0.5% FSO
  • Accuracy of +/- 0.75% FSO
  • +/- 0.25% (accuracy) version available
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About AutoTran Division

AutoTran has been manufacturing pressure transmitters since 1985 with the advent of the auto zeroing pressure transmitter, the 750D. They are used widely in HVAC systems and by OEMs who need a reliable transmitter that is price effective. AutoTran manufactures only pressure transmitters and has been for 30 years. If you need a partner that knows pressure, you can’t go wrong with AutoTran.

Controller Sensors is a sister division of AutoTran. The same products are available from each division. AutoTran was renamed to Controller Sensors in 2011, but when BEC Controls Corp. (www.beccontrols.com) acquired them in 2014, it decided to bring back the popular and well known AutoTran brand. Controller Sensors (www.controllersensors.com) and AutoTran now operate as divisions of BEC Controls Corp. and the operations have been moved to BEC Controls Corp. in Mineral Point, WI.

BEC Controls Corp. has been manufacturing pressure sensing products since 1958. AutoTran and Controller Sensors will follow in the BEC Controls Corp. tradition of high quality products with a high level of customer service and competitive pricing. As a manufacturer of pressure switches and transmitters for the military among a wide range of other industries, quality and testing is ingrained in our culture.

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