Relative pressure sensor ABP series
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relative pressure sensor
relative pressure sensor
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Characteristics

Pressure type
relative
Technology
piezoresistive
Output
analog, digital
Mounting
SMD
Other characteristics
with amplified output
Process temperature

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Max.: 50 °C (122 °F)

Pressure range

Min.: 0.06 bar (0.87 psi)

Max.: 10 bar (145.04 psi)

Description

The ABP Series are piezoresistive silicon pressure sensors offering a ratiometric analog or digital output for reading pressure over the specified full scale pressure span and temperature range. They are calibrated and temperature compensated for sensor offset, sensitivity, temperature effects and accuracy errors (which include non-linearity, repeatability and hysteresis) using an on-board Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC). Calibrated output values for pressure are updated at approximately 1 kHz for analog and 2 kHz for digital. All products are designed and manufactured according to ISO 9001 standards. Dry gases option: The input port is limited to non-corrosive, non-ionic media (e.g., dry air, gases) and should not be exposed to condensation. The gases are limited to media compatible with high temperature polyamide, silicone, alumina ceramic, silicon, gold, and glass. Liquid media option: Includes an additional silicone-based gel coating to protect the electronics under port P1, which enables use with non-corrosive liquids (e.g. water and saline) and in applications where condensation can occur. Since port P2 is designed for use with non-corrosive liquids, this option is often suitable for wet-wet differential sensing.

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