Relative pressure sensor TBP series

relative pressure sensor
relative pressure sensor
relative pressure sensor
relative pressure sensor
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Pressure type
for gas, for liquids
for HVAC systems
Other characteristics
with amplified output
Pressure range

Min.: 1 psi

Max.: 150 psi

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C
(-40 °F)

Max.: 125 °C
(257 °F)


Honeywell's Basic Board Mount Pressure Sensors, TBP Series and NBP Series, are designed for food grade and non-food grade potential medical and industrial applications. These unamplified, piezoresistive silicon pressure sensors provide a ratiometric output and are either temperature compensated (TBP Series) or uncompensated (NBP Series). Temperature compensated and unamplified. Compensation makes it easier to integrate the sensor into a system by minimizing the need to calibrate the system over temperature on a regular basis: offers reduced part-to-part variation. Offers infinite resolution of the pressure signal. NBP Series: Uncompensated and unamplified. Is often ideal for customers who want to do their own compensation, calibration and amplification in order to make use of the maximum resolution of the bare sensor output, leveraging any algorithm needed for the application. Offers infinite resolution of the pressure signal. These products are available in numerous package styles and mounting options, making it easier for device manufacturers to integrate the product into their applications. They are intended for use with non-corrosive, non-ionic gases, such as air and other dry gases, and for non-corrosive, non-ionic liquids when the silicone gel coating option is selected.


TBP Series
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