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Withstanding pressure, Repeatability, and Response time Withstanding pressure The withstanding pressure or “Proof Pressure” is the maximum pressure that can be applied to the pressure sensor. Applying pressure exceeding this value will cause the pressure sensitive element to lose its repeatability or to be damaged. Repeatability This represents the detecting point tolerance range when pressure is repeatedly applied under set conditions. Read More >>



Advantages and disadvantages of using a 4 to 20 mA signal The 4-20mA current loop is a common method of transmitting sensor information in many industrial process-monitoring applications – typically in systems monitoring pressure, temperature, pH, or other physical factors. These systems employ the familiar 2-wire, 4-20mA current loop, in which a single twisted-pair cable supplies power to a module and also carries the output signal. Read More >>



The characteristics of the pressure transmitter for industrial applications In the industrial field, the ever-changing working conditions. Different measurement media, different environment, the requirements of pressure transmitter are different . Generally, the pressure transmitter has the following characteristics: 1, anti-vibration 2, anti-corrosion 3, anti-interference 4, anti-moisture 5, resistance to high temperature 6 resistance to shock 7,high-precision 8, high stability Read More >>



Piezoresistive pressure sensor unit KPA, MPA, BAR, PSI, pressure conversion chart piezoresistive pressure sensor, unit type:KPA, MPA, BAR, PSI,pressure conversion chart Pressure Conversion Chart KPA MPA BAR kgf/cm2 PSI 10 0.01 0.1 0.10 1.45 20 0.02 0.2 0.20 2.90 30 0.03 0.3 0.31 4.35 40 0.04 0.4 0.41 5.80 50 0.05 0.5 0.51 Read More >>



Definition of Protection Grade A brief description of the definition 0 No protection 1 Anti-vertical fall of water droplets, water droplets falling vertically without causing harmful effects 2 Anti-vertical drops fall when the housing tilted up to 15deg, When the the housing tilt up at any angle not exceeding 15deg on either side of the vertical, the vertical fall of water droplets will not cause harmful effects Read More >>