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New Stainless Steel OEM Pressure Sensors

03 November 2010

Sensortechnics’ new SSI stainless steel OEM pressure sensors accurately measure gage or absolute pressures in ranges from 200 mbar up to 35 bar. These devices offer excellent stability and repeatability, achieving a Total Error Band (TEB) better than ±1.5 %FSS over a temperature range of -20…+85 °C. Sensortechnics’ SSI pressure sensors use precision digital signal conditioning and provide both analog 0.5…4.5 V output as well as digital I²C or alternatively SPI interfaces at the same time.

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The SSI series features an excellent price/performance ratio. Fully welded, media isolated rugged stainless steel constructions allow for high media compatibility with corrosive liquids and gases. Available packaging options include diaphragm versions with weld ring or housings with G 1/8 threaded pressure ports. Sensortechnics’ customisation service can provide very fast and flexible mechanical or electronic modifications of its SSI pressure sensor series to fit each customer’s application specific requirements.

Important features of the SSI series are:

Sensortechnics’ amplified SSI stainless steel pressure sensors are the perfect fit for many OEM applications including industrial measurement and control, medical devices and instrumentation equipment.

- Pressure ranges from 200 mbar up to 35 bar gage or absolute

- Total Error Band (TEB) better than ±1.5 %FSS from -20…+85 °C

- Amplified analog and digital output signals at the same time

- Fully welded, media isolated rugged stainless steel construction


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