Small pressure sensor transmitter

  • 09-Jul-2010 02:38 EDT
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The EPCOS MiniCell pressure sensor transmitters from TDK-EPC have an extended range and are claimed to be the world’s smallest media-separated differential pressure transmitters, measuring 19.6 x 16.2 x 11 mm3. The units are available for unsymmetrical measurement ranges from 0 to 500 hPa and 0 to 2500 hPa. In addition, variants are offered for symmetrical measurements from -500 to +500 hPa and -2500 to +2500 hPa. Two stainless-steel membranes separate the media. All MiniCell variants have a small oil volume and use a single-chip approach for genuine differential pressure measurement. Applications include process engineering, chemical, and aviation measurement systems.

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