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Low–Cost, Proven Pressure Sensors and Pressure Transducers for Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Industrial Use

Sensata Technologies Pressure Sensors

As a world-leading supplier of pressure sensors, Sensata Technologies is able to leverage a broad and well established portfolio in the air conditioning, refrigeration, and industrial marketplace. With hundreds of millions of pressure sensors in the field today, Sensata has the experience to serve most any application. Whether in the air, on land, or in the water, we manufacture low–cost, trusted solutions.



Low–cost
Hermetic and non–hermetic offerings
Small size
Suitable in harsh environments
Wide temperature range
Technical assistance available
Customized solutions and special options are available

Sensata Technologies pressure sensors are suitable for the most demanding industrial and HVAC/R applications. We offer a variety of technologies, configurations, and customizations in pressures from 0–15 to 0–30k psi. See our comparison chart.

Whether in the air, on land, or in the water, we manufacture low–cost, trusted solutions.

Sensata Pressure Sensors
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Applications
A/C and refrigeration: compressor cycling, fan cycling, superheat control, TX valve control, diagnostics
Industrial pumps
Process control and automation
Agriculture and construction equipment
Forklift hydraulics, engines, etc.
Marine engines, fuel oil, etc.
Fuel cells
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