Miniature pressure sensor

  • 06-Sep-2016 06:27 EDT
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Model ASUH miniature hybrid high-integrity pressure transducer from KA Sensors (Danbury, CT) is designed for use in rugged environments from -65 to +300ºF (-54 to +149ºC) and vibration levels of more than 20 g. Its small all-welded stainless-steel housing of 0.49 in dia x 1.31 in (33 mm) weighs 0.4 oz (11 g), excluding the cable. Offering ranges from 0-70 psi (0-7000 kPa) through more than 0-6000 psi (0-600,000 kPa) in sealed gauge, the sensor is created specifically for on-vehicle use, including motorsports and can also be used in a wide range of development, prototype and production testing applications such as dynamometers, engine test stands and wind tunnels. For more information, visit http://www.kasensors.com/.

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