Miniature Pressure Sensor is also called Miniature Pressure Transducer. The miniature pressure sensor is a miniature solid-state silicon force sensor integrated with MEMS technology. One-piece miniature stainless steel package. Make it have excellent dynamic performance. Small size, streamlined, strong, compact shape structure.
Features of Miniature Pressure Sensor
- Product size Φ3, Φ5, M6, M8, M10. Can be specially designed according to specific working conditions;
- Small size, streamlined appearance;
- split structure. Optional standard voltage, current, digital signal output. Meet the requirements of various working conditions;
- High dynamic frequency response, steep rising edge;
- Wide measuring range. Any range between -100Kpa~0-10KPa…60MPa;
Specifications of SI-51 Miniature Pressure Sensor
|Measuring medium||Gases or liquids compatible with 316 stainless steel|
|Static accuracy||±0.1%FS ±0.25%FS ±0.5%FS|
|Product structure||Transmitter: split type|
|Signal output/power supply||4-20mA 0-5V 0-10V 1-5V||12-36VDC (Typical 24VDC)|
|mV signal||Constant voltage source/constant current source|
|Digital signal output RS485||5VDC/5-16VDC/24VDC|
|Long term stability||Typical: ±0.1%FS/year Maximum: ±0.2%FS/year|
|Zero temperature drift||Typical: ±0.02%FS/℃ Maximum: ±0.05%FS/℃|
|Sensitivity temperature drift||Typical: ±0.02%FS/℃ Maximum: ±0.05%FS/℃|
|Overload capability||2 times full scale pressure or maximum 110MPa (take the minimum value)|
|Effective measurement life||﹥106 pressure cycles (P:10-90%FS)|
|Vibration resistance||20g （IEC 60068-2-6）|
|Resolution||Greater than 10-5 (usually limited acquisition and display equipment, theoretically infinitely small)|
≤(U-12)/0.02 Ω (current output)
>100KΩ (voltage output)
|Electrical connections||Connector or direct cable 2m2m|
|Interface and housing material||304/316L stainless steel|
|Shell protection||IP65 (plug type) IP67 (cable type)|
|Explosion-proof||Ex iaⅡ CT5 (Intrinsically safe)|
|Seal ring||Fluorine Rubber|
|Sensor diaphragm||Stainless steel 316L|
|Product weight||The sensor is about 20-30 grams, and the transmitter is about 300 grams|
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Sino-Inst is a manufacturer of Miniature Pressure Sensors/Transducers.
We provide more than 10 types of Miniature Pressure Sensors/Transducers. -100KPa…-1KPa～0KPa…2KPa…10KPa…60MPa range is optional. Can be used for liquid or gas measurement.
SI-51 Miniature Pressure Sensor/Transducer, this series of transmitters adopts a split structure. The sensor is packaged exquisitely and has excellent dynamic performance. It not only solves the limitation of the placement position of the tested working condition, but also ensures the accuracy of subsequent output signals .
Miniature Pressure Sensors are used in aerodynamic research, aircraft and engine tests, wind tunnel tests, fluid mechanics and hydraulic tests, water turbines and underwater weapon tests, biomedicine, manufacturing and other fields. The influence of the field or the placement position, or the working conditions with dynamic frequency response requirements at the same time, can reproduce the changing law of the pulsating flow field without distortion.
If you need to purchase Miniature Pressure Sensor/Transducer, or have any technical questions about SI-51 Miniature Pressure Sensor/Transducer, please feel free to contact our engineers.
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