Capteur de pression, Fiabilité, 5 Psi, Analogique, Différentiel, 5 VDC, Radial double barbelé

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NSC Series
Radial double barbelé
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The NSC series TruStability® piezoresistive silicon Pressure Sensor with ratiometric analog output for reading pressure over the specified full scale pressure span and temperature range. The absolute versions have an internal vacuum reference and an output value proportional to absolute pressure. Differential versions allow measurement of pressure between two pressure ports. Gage versions are referenced to atmospheric pressure and provide an output proportional to pressure variations from atmosphere. The sensors are intended for use with non-corrosive, non-ionic gases, such as air. Port 1 can also be used for non-corrosive, non-ionic liquids on sensors rated above 60mbar 6kPa 1psi. The series offer numerous package styles and mounting options, making it easier for device manufacturers to integrate the product into their applications. These sensors offer infinite resolution on the pressure signal. Frequency response is also typically limited only by the end user's system.
  • Uncompensated and unamplified
  • Allows customers the flexibility of performing their own calibration
  • Industry-leading long-term stability
  • Industry-leading accuracy
  • Industry-leading flexibility
  • Measures absolute, differential or gage pressures
  • Insensitive to mounting orientation
  • Repeatability
  • Supports lean manufacturing
  • Extremely low power consumption
  • Absolute, differential and gage types
  • Pressure ranges from ±2.5mbar to ±10bar, ±250Pa to ±1MPa, ±1"H2O to ±150psi


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