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Pressure Sensor Product Family Comparisons




Type
A = Absolute
SG = Sealed Gauge
VG = Vented Gauge
Technology
CC = Ceramic Capacitive
M = MEMs
P = Piezoresistive
Output
C = Current
V = Voltage
Material
L = Liquid
G = Gas


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Characteristics All pressure sensors for liquid and gas materials — Available in absolute, gauge, or sealed gauge
Sensata Device
Pressure Range
Tech.
Output
Accuracy
Operating Temp.
Max. Vibration
Details
0 to 100 psi
MEMs
V
±1
-40°F to 257°F
11.0g
IP66/IP67 waterproof
VFD compatible
benchmark EMC performance
electrically isolated housing
rain, frost, high humidity
0 to 5000 psi
MEMs
V
± 0.70
-40°F to 257°F
26.0g
Temperature compensated
Hermetic transducer with expanded diagnostic capability
0 to 500 psi
CC
V
± 0.75
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
Accurate
Corrosion resistant
All–purpose
High–level ratiometric output
0 to 500 psi
CC
V
± 0.75
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
High accuracy
Low–cost
All–purpose
Rugged
Reliable in noisy environments
Weatherproof
0 to 3000 psi
CC
V
± 1.00
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
High accuracy
Low–cost
All–purpose
Rugged
Reliable in noisy environments
Weatherproof
0 to 500 psi
CC
V
± 1.20
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
Demanding compressor applications
Compatible with refrigerants and oils
0 to 500 psi
CC
V
± 0.75
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
Lowest total cost solution
2000 hour salt spray resistance
High reliability
0 to 30,000 psi
P
V
± 0.25
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
Sealed or vented gage
Hermetic front end
Suitable for severe OEM applications
15 to 30,000 psi
P
V
± 0.25
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
Sealed or vented gage
Premium accuracy
Reverse polarity protection
15 to 30,000 psi
P
C
± 0.25
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
Sealed or vented gage
Premium accuracy
Reverse polarity protection
Small size
15 to 30,000 psi
P
C
± 0.25
-40°F to 275°F
11.0g
Sealed or vented gage
Premium accuracy
Reverse polarity protection
Small size
Sensata Device
Pressure Range
Tech.
Output
Accuracy
Operating Temp.
Max. Vibration
Details
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