Differential Gas Pressure Sensor ±2 kPa

PhidgetsSKU: RB-Phi-157
Manufacturer #: 1136_0B

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Description

  • Pressure Range: -0.3 psi (-2 kPa) to +0.3 psi (+2 kPa)
  • Dual ported gas pressure sensor
  • Measure both positive and negative pressure from -2 kPa to +2 kPa
  • RoHS Compliant

The Differential Gas Pressure Sensor ±2 kPa is a dual ported gas pressure sensor that measures the pressure difference between the two ports. It can measure both positive and negative pressure from -2 kPa to +2 kPa.

Differential Gas Pressure Sensor ±2 kPa

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Sensor Properties

  • Sensor Type: Gas Pressure (Differential)
  • Sensor Output Type: Ratiometric
  • Pressure Min: -2 kPa
  • Pressure Max: 2 kPa
  • Pressure Resolution: 5 Pa
  • Measurement Error Max: ± 6.5 ?
  • Warm-up Time: 20 ms
  • Response Time Max: 1 ms

Electrical Properties

  • Supply Voltage Min: 4.8 V DC
  • Supply Voltage Max: 5.3 V DC
  • Current Consumption Max: 10 mA
  • Output Impedance: 1 kO
  • Output Voltage Min: 500 mV DC
  • Output Voltage Max: 4.5 V DC

Physical Properties

  • Operating Temperature Min: 10º C
  • Operating Temperature Max: 60º C

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John
Inexpensive substitute for liquid transducer

We could not find any inexpensive liquid transducers to measure water wave heights so we put a plastic tube on this gas pressure gauge and submerged the tube 1 to 5 feet below the still water level. Inexpensive and works. John

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John
Substitut peu coûteux au transducteur liquide

Nous n'avons pas trouvé de transducteurs de liquide bon marché pour mesurer la hauteur des vagues, nous avons donc placé un tube en plastique sur ce manomètre pour gaz et avons immergé le tube à une profondeur de 1 à 5 pieds sous le niveau d'eau calme. Peu coûteux et fonctionne. John

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