Help using "Parker Asic Performer" Pressure transmitter

I got a Parker Asic Performer pressure transmitter, (PTX.B4002A1C1) which I would like
to read from an Arduino. I have attached what I got when asked for a “data sheet” and
hoping that someone can help me how I should wire it?

In the image/“data sheet” I can see supply+ and a “return” pin on the transmitter/sensor
but I have no idea how this will work.

Link on imgur: http://i.imgur.com/67bpJO7.jpg

That's not enough information - there are several versions with different connectors and different electrical outputs (4 to 20mA for instance is one variant).

The actual part number should be enough to determine the precise version you have, but some other document is needed to decode that - a brochure with ordering details perhaps. Does the device(s) have markings on it that could clarify things?

MarkT: That's not enough information - there are several versions with different connectors and different electrical outputs (4 to 20mA for instance is one variant).

The actual part number should be enough to determine the precise version you have, but some other document is needed to decode that - a brochure with ordering details perhaps. Does the device(s) have markings on it that could clarify things?

Thanks for taking time to reply on my post!

What I know is that it's a "Transmitter" (PTX) and the connector is a Micron DIN, Output is: 4-20mA.

Found this factsheet: http://www.env-technologies.com/images/library/files/Factsheets/fm_Asic_Performer.pdf

Anyone know what the pin marked as "Return" means?

As there is only one other pin that you connect, and that is marked “Supply +ve”, I deduce that “Return” is the pin you connect to supply -ve via a resistor or other current sensing device. See Fig. 1 in http://www.bapihvac.com/CatalogPDFs/I_App_Notes/Understanding_Current_Loops.pdf.

Thank you, that was really helpful! I now know how to use it! (Based on your info I found: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,21813.0.html)