Ceramic pressure sensors

  • 11-Jul-2008 12:41 EDT
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Suited for high-volume, OEM applications in the construction and agricultural vehicle market sector, Kavlico’s latest family of ceramic capacitive pressure sensors offers a cost-effective package that is small in size, lightweight, and robust. These rugged devices feature a brass housing and have an accuracy specification of ±1% of full scale including linearity, repeatability, and hysteresis over the normal operating temperature range of -30 to +100°C (-22 to +212°F). These sensors are capable of withstanding the high shock, EMC, and vibration environments found in vehicle applications such as crankcase overpressure, engine oil pressure, HVAC, and automatic transmission pressure. Available in pressure ranges of 0-15 to 0-500 psia, these sensors are powered by a regulated 5-V dc power supply and provide an output proportional to pressure with the customer-specific output rails.

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