pneumatic telemetering

pneumatic telemetering

[nu̇′mad·ik ′tel·ə‚mēd·ə·riŋ]
(engineering)
The transmission of a pressure impulse by means of pneumatic pressure through a length of small-bore tubing; used for remote transmission of signals from primary process-unit sensing elements for pressure, temperature, flow rate, and so on.
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In a pneumatic telemetering circuit, the transmitter and receiver are connected by small diameter tubing containing clean, dry air under pressure.