ADF8000C27

Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
Pressure Sensor
PS/PF
PS Pressure Sensor
PF Pressure Sensor
High precision pressure sensor (without amp.)
Features
● Compact size (PS type)
● High accuracy and liner
● Broad line-up
● RoHS compliant
characteristic
Typical Applications
● Industrial use: pressure switches and pneumatic components, compressed air pressure measuring devices and airbeds
● Medical use: blood pressure meters, oxygen generator and airbeds
● Others: pressure sensing devices for air pressure mediums
Ordering Information
ADP
Product name
1 : PF pressure sensor
4 : PS pressure sensor
Terminal profile and direction
1 : DIP terminal
(Direction opposite to the
pressure inlet direction)
Type
Bridge resistance
Rated pressure
1 : Standard type
Nil : PF 5 kΩ
0 : 4.9 kPa
0 : PS 5 kΩ
(With glass base)
2 : 34.3 kPa
3 : 3.3 kΩ
2 : Economy type
3 : 49.0 kPa
(Without glass base)
4 : 98.1 kPa
5 : 196.1 kPa
6 : 343.2 kPa
7 : 490.3 kPa
8 : 833.6 kPa
9 : 980.7 kPa Note : Some part numbers may not be available
A : 40.0 kPa
depending on the combination.
Please refer to the Table of Product Types.
2 : DIP terminal
(Pressure inlet direction)
Types
Part No.
Brige resistance
PS pressure sensor
5 kΩ
PF pressure sensor
5 kΩ
3.3 kΩ
3.3 kΩ
Terminal
Pressure
4.9kPa
34.3kPa
49.0kPa
Standard type 98.1kPa
196.1kPa
(with glass
base)
343.2kPa
490.3kPa
833.6kPa
980.7kPa
Economy type
(without glass
base)
40.0kPa
DIP terminal:
Direction opposite
to the pressure
inlet direction
ADP41010
ADP41210
ADP41310
ADP41410
ADP41510
ADP41610
ADP41710
ADP41810
ADP41910
–
DIP terminal: SMD terminal DIP terminal:
Direction opposite
Pressure inlet
to the pressure
direction
inlet direction
–
ADP42010
–
–
ADP42210
–
–
ADP42310
–
ADP42410 ADP4932 ADP41413
–
ADP42510
–
–
ADP42610
–
–
ADP42710
–
–
ADP42810
–
ADP42910 ADP4933 ADP41913
–
–
DIP terminal: DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet Direction opposite
to the pressure
direction
inlet direction
–
ADP1101
–
ADP1121
–
ADP1131
ADP42413 ADP1141
–
ADP1151
–
ADP1161
–
ADP1171
–
ADP1181
ADP42913 ADP1191
ADP41A23 ADP42A23
–
DIP terminal: DIP terminal: DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet Direction opposite Pressure inlet
to the pressure direction
direction
inlet direction
ADP1201
–
–
ADP1221
–
–
ADP1231
–
–
ADP1241
–
–
ADP1251
–
–
ADP1261
–
–
ADP1271
–
–
ADP1281
–
–
ADP1291
–
–
–
ADP11A23 ADP12A23
Standard packing : Carton : 100 pcs.; Case : 1,000 pcs.
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
00 Aug. 2015
Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
Rating
Type
Economy type
(Without glass base)
Standard type (With glass base)
Type of pressure
Pressure medium
Rated pressure (Unit: kPa)
Max. applied pressure
Bridge resistance
Gauge pressure
Air ✽2
4.9
34.3 to 343.2 490.3
833.6
980.7
98.1 ✽3 980.7 ✽3
1.5 times of the
Twice of the 1.5 times of the
Twice of the rated pressure
rated pressure rated pressure rated pressure
5,000 Ω ±1,000 Ω
3,300 Ω ±700 Ω
±1.0 %FS
±1.0 %FS
40.0
Twice of the
rated pressure
3,300 Ω ±600 Ω
−5 °C to +50 °C
23 °F to +122 °F
−20 °C to +70 °C
−4 °F to +158 °F
25 °C 77 °F
5 °C to 45 °C
41 °F to +113 °F
1.5 mA.DC
43.5±22.5 mV
±15 mV
±0.3 %FS
±0.7 %FS
±3.5 %FS
±10 %FS
Ambient temperature
−20 °C to +100 °C −4 °F to +212 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Storage temperature
−40 °C to +120 °C −40 °F to +248 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Standard temperature
25 °C 77 °F
Temperature compensation range
Drive current (constant current)
Output span voltage
Offset voltage
Linearity
Pressure hysteresis
Offset voltage-temperature
characteristics ✽4
Sensitivity-temperature
characteristics ✽4
0 °C to 50 °C 32 °F to +122 °F
1.5 mA.DC
100±40 mV
±20 mV
±0.7 %FS ±0.3 %FS ±0.5 %FS
±0.6 %FS
±0.6 %FS ±0.2 %FS
±0.4 %FS
40±20 mV
±15 %FS
30 °C 86 °F
0 °C to 60 °C
32 °F to +140 °F
1.0 mA.DC
65±25 mV
±5.0 %FS
±10 %FS
±2.5 %FS
±1.3 %FS
Notes : ✽1 Unless otherwise specified, measurements were taken with a drive current of ±0.01 mA.DC and humidity ranging from 25% to 85%.
✽2 Please consult us if a pressure medium other than air is to be used.
✽3 For PS pressure sensor only
✽4 This is the regulation which applies within the compensation temperature range.
✽5 Please consult us if the intended use involves a negative pressure.
Reference Data
[PS pressure sensor]
data
1.-(1) Output characteristics
1.-(2) Offset voltage - temperature
characteristics
60
Output voltage (mV)
ADP41913
Drive current : 1.0 mA.DC; rating ±3.5 %FS
Offset voltage-temperature characteristics (%FS)
ADP41913
Drive current : 1.0 mA.DC ; temperature : 30 °C 86 °F
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
● Pressure
980.7/2{5}
Pressure(kPa)
1.-(3) Sensitivity -temperature
characteristics
4
3
2
1
0
−1
−2
0 32
980.7{10}
ADP41913
Drive current : 1.0 mA.DC; rating ±2.5 %FS
Sensitivity-temperature characteristics(%FS)
● Characteristics
30 86
Temperature (°C °F)
60 140
4
3
2
1
0
−1
−2
0 32
30 86
Temperature (°C °F)
60 140
cycle range (0 to rated pressure)
Tested sample : ADP41913, temperature : 100 °C 212 °F, No. of cycle: 1×106
Offset voltage range
Output span voltage range
Output span voltage range(%FS)
Offset voltage range(%FS)
3
2
1
0
−1
−2
−3
0
1×106
5×105
Pressure cycle(cycle)
3
2
Even after testing for 1 million
times, the variations in the offset
voltage and output span voltage
are minimal.
1
0
−1
−2
−3
0
1×106
5×105
Pressure cycle(cycle)
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
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Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
[PF pressure sensor]
data
1.-(1) Output characteristics
1.-(2) Offset voltage - temperature
characteristics
ADP1141
Drive current : 1.5 mA.DC; temperature : 30 °C 86 °F
ADP1141
Drive current : 1.5 mA.DC; rating ±5 %FS
Offset voltage-temperature characteristics (%FS)
100
Output voltage (mV)
80
60
40
20
0
−20
−40
0
● Pressure
49{0.5}
Pressure(kPa)
1.-(2) Sensitivity - temperature
characteristics
98.1{1}
4
ADP1141
Drive current : 1.5 mA.DC; rating ±2.5 %FS
Sensitivity-temperature characteristics(%FS)
● Characteristics
3
2
1
0
-1
-2
0 32
25 77
Temperature (°C °F)
50 122
4
3
2
1
0
−1
−2
0 32
30 86
Temperature (°C °F)
60 140
cycle range (0 to rated pressure)
Tested sample : ADP1131, temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
Offset voltage range
Output span voltage range
Output span voltage range(%FS)
Offset voltage range(%FS)
2
1
0
−1
−2
0
1×105
5×105 1×106
Pressure cycle(cycle)
Even after testing for 1 million
times, the variations in the offset
voltage and output span voltage
are minimal.
2
1
0
−1
−2
0
1×105
5×1051×106
Pressure cycle(cycle)
Evaluation Test
Classification
Environmental
characteristics
Tested item
Storage at high
temperature
Storage at low
temperature
Tested condition
Temperature : Left in a 120 °C 248 °F constant temperature bath
Time : 1,000 hrs.
Temperature : Left in a −40 °C –40 °F constant temperature bath
Time : 1,000 hrs.
Temperature/humidity : Left at 40 °C 104 °F, 90 % RH
Time : 1,000 hrs.
Temperature : –40 °C to 120 °C –40 °F to 248 °F
1 cycle : 30 Min.
Times of cycle : 100
Temperature/humidity : 40°C 104 °F, 90% RH
Operation times : 106, rated voltage applied.
Double amplitude : 1.5 mm 0.059 inch
Vibration : 10 to 55 Hz
Applied vibration direction : X, Y, Z 3 directions
Times : 2 hrs each
Dropping height : 75 cm 29.528 inch
Times : 2 times
Pulling strength : 9.8 N {1 kgf}, 10 sec.
Bending strength : 4.9 N {0.5 kgf}, left and right 90 ° 1 time
Temperature : 230 °C 446 °F
Time : 5 sec.
Temperature : 260°C 500 °F
Time : 10 sec.
Humidity
Temperature cycle
Endurance
characteristics
High temperature/
high humidity operation
Vibration resistance
Mechanical
characteristics
Dropping resistance
Terminal strength
Soldering
resistance
Soldered
in DIP soldering bath
Temperature
Result
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Note: For details other than listed above, please consult us.
Items
Offset valtage
Output span voltage
Criteria
Variation amount
within ±5.0%FS of value
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
00 Aug. 2015
Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
Dimensions
The CAD data of the products with a
mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/
[PS pressure sensor]
● Terminal
direction : DIP terminal Direction opposite to the pressure inlet direction ADP41□□□
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
7.2
0.283
7.5
0.295
R
7.2
f2.5
f0.098
8.2Max.
0.323Max.
4
0.157
5
0.197
3.5
0.138
6
0.25
0.010
9.5
0.374
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
4
Name
Terminal No.
Power supply (+)
1
Output (+)
2
Power supply (–)
3
Power supply (–)
4
Output (–)
5
No connection
6
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
direction : DIP terminal Pressure inlet direction ADP42□□□
7.2
0.283
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
7.2
0.283
Pressure
inlet hole
9.5
0.374
f4
f1.1
f0.043
2.5
0.098
f0.157
0.25
0.010
0.197
4
0.157
5
2.5
0.098
0.5
0.020
f2.5
f0.098
f5
f0.1
9
7
3.5
0.138
3
6
5
R1
3
4
R3
2.5
0.098
8.2Max.
0.323Max.
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
−Input
R4
5 −Output
.2
R0 008
.
R0
JAPAN
2
2 +Output
R2
+Input 1
2.5
0.098
1
Terminal connection
diagram
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
3.7
0.164
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
● Terminal
R4
2.5
0.098
7.5
0.295
● Terminal
5
R3
−Input
6 is no connection
4.6
0.181
3
0.5
2.5 0.020
0.020
JAPAN
2
3
4
R
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
1
R1
+Input 1
5 −Output
2.5
0.098
2.5
0.020
2 +Output
R2
2
0. .08
0
f4
f0.157
Terminal connection
diagram
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
0.283
Pressure
inlet hole
f1.1
f0.043
6 is no connection
Name
Terminal No.
Power
supply (+)
1
Output (+)
2
Power supply (–)
3
Power supply (–)
4
Output (–)
5
No connection
6
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
4
direction : SMD terminal ADP4932, ADP4933
7.2
0.283
7.2
0.283
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Pressure
inlet hole
f1.1
f0.043
Terminal connection
diagram
1.1
0.043
2 +Output
R2
2.5
0.098
1
2
3
JAPAN
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
6
5
4
0.5 0.020
2.5
0.098
3
+Input 1
9.5
0.374
1.9
0.075
R1
4
R3
−Input
R4
6 is no connection
5 −Output
0.15
0.006
45 8
0. 1
R 0.0
R
4.0
0.016
5.0
0.020
8.5
0.335
f4.0 f0.157
f2.5 f0.098
10.0
0.394
0.5
0.020
2.5
0.098
2.5
0.098
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
Name
Terminal No.
Power supply (+)
1
Output (+)
2
Power supply (–)
3
Power supply (–)
4
Output (–)
5
No connection
6
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
00 Aug. 2015
Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
Dimensions
The CAD data of the products with a
mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/
[PF pressure sensor]
● Terminal direction : DIP terminal Direction opposite to the pressure inlet direction ADP11□□(□)
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
10
0.394
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
Pressure inlet hole
f0.8 f0.031
+Input
2
C
C0 0.5
.0 2
0
R0
R0 .5
.02
0
2.54
0.100
−Input
Tolerance : ±0.1
15
°
Terminal No.
Name
1
Output (–)
2
Power supply (+)
3
Output (+)
4
No connection
5
Power supply (–)
6
Output (–)
0
4
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
JAPAN
1
2
R4
5
2.54
0.100
5
−Output
6
5.08
0.200
0.25
0.010
6
1
R3
to
0.5
0.020
1.2
0.047
2.54
0.100
R1
+Output 3
2.54
0.100
6
4.9
3.3
1.1
0.043
0.6
0.024
0.193 0.130 0.236
f3
f0.118
R2
10.16
0.400
8.6
0.339
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
10.16
0.400
● Terminal
Terminal connection
diagram
Note: Leave terminal 4 unconnected.
3
direction : DIP terminal Pressure inlet direction ADP12□□(□)
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
10
0.394
Pressure inlet hole
f0.8 f0.031
+Input
10.16
0.400
f6
36
f0.2
0 to
0.25
0.010
4
0.157
3.3
6
0.130 0.236
0.6
0.024
0.25
0.010
6
5
4
JAPAN
1
2
15°
2.54
0.100
5.08
0.200
R2
R1
1
+Output 3
6
R3
2.54
0.100
f3
f0.118
2.54
0.100
C0 C0
.02 .5
0
2.54
0.100
1.2
0.047
0.5
0.020
2
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
8.6
0.339
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
Terminal connection
diagram
−Output
R4
5
−Input
Tolerance : ±0.1
Terminal No.
Name
1
Power supply (+)
2
Output (+)
3
Power supply (–)
4
Power supply (–)
5
Output (–)
6
No connection
R0
R0 .5
.02
0
10.16
0.400
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
Note: Leave terminal 4 unconnected.
3
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
00 Aug. 2015
Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
NOTES
■ Mounting
9) After soldering, prevent chemical agents from adhering to the
sensor when applying coating to avoid insulation deterioration of
the circuit board.
10) Please consult us concerning leadfree soldering.
Use the land of the printed-circuit board on which the sensor is
securely fixed.
■ Soldering
Temperature
Avoid the external thermal influence as the product has a limited
thermal capacity due to its compact structure. Heat deformation
may damage the sensor or deteriorate its performance. Use the
non-corrosive rosin flux. Prevent the flux from entering into the
inside of the product as the sensor is exposed to the atmosphere.
1) Manual soldering
• Raise the temperature of the soldering tip between 260 and
300 °C 500 and 572 °F (30 W) and solder within 5 seconds.
• The sensor output may vary if the load is applied on the
terminal during soldering.
• Keep the soldering tip clean.
2) DIP soldering (DIP Terminal)
• Keep the temperature of the DIP solder tank below 260 °C
500 °F and solder within 5 seconds.
• To avoid heat deformation, do not perform DIP soldering
when mounting on the circuit board which has a small
thermal capacity.
3) Reflow soldering (SMD Terminal)
• The recommended reflow temperature profile conditions are
given below.
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
230 °C
446 °F
150 °C
302 °F
■ Cleaning
• Prevent cleaning liquid from enteringthe inside of the product as
the sensor isexposed to the atmosphere.
• Do not perform ultrasonic cleaning in order to prevent
damages to the product.
■ Environment
1) Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas (organic solvent,
sulfurous acid and hydrogen sulfide gases) which negatively
affects the product.
2) Avoid use in a place where these products come in contact
with water as the sensor does not have a splash-proof
construction.
3) Avoid use in an environment where these products cause dew
condensation.
When water attached to the sensor chip freezes, the sensor
output may be fluctuated or damaged.
4) Due to the structure of the pressure sensor chip, the output
varies under light.
Do not expose the sensor chip to light when applying a voltage
by using a transparent tube.
5) Do not apply high-frequency oscillation, such as ultrasonic
waves, to the product.
Main heating
Preheating
With in 60 sec.
With in
10 sec.
Time
• We recommend the screen solder printing method as the
method of cream.
• Please refer to the recommended PC board specification
diagram for the PC board foot pattern.
• Self alignment may not always work as expected, therefore,
please carefully the position of the terminals and pattern.
• The temperature of the profile is assumed to be a value
measured with the printed wiring board of the terminal
neighborhood.
• Please evaluate solderbility under the actual mounting
conditions since welding and deformation of the pressure
inlet port may occur due to heat stress depending on
equipments or conditions.
Rework soldering
• Complete rework at a time.
• Use a flattened soldering tip when performing rework on the
solder bridge. Do not add the flux.
• Keep the soldering tip below the temperature described in
the specifications.
Avoid drop and rough handling as excessive force may deform
the terminal and damage soldering characteristics.
Keep the circuit board warpage within 0.05 mm of the full width
of the sensor.
After soldering, do not apply stress on the soldered part when
cutting or bending the circuit board.
Prevent human hands or metal pieces from contacting with the
sensor terminal.
Such contact may cause anomalous outlets as the terminal is
exposed to the atmosphere.
■ Quality check under actual use conditions
These specifications are for individual components.
Before use, carefully check the performance and quality
under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
■ Other precautions
1) The wrong mounting method and the pressure range may invite
the risk of accidents.
2) Only applicable pressure medium is dry air. Avoid use in the
corrosive gas (organic solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen
sulfide gases) or other mediums containing moisture or foreign
substances. Such mediums may damage or break the product.
3) The pressure sensor chip is located inside the pressure
introduction port. Do not insert foreign substances, such as
wires, into the port as those substances may damage the chip
and close the port. Do not block the atmosphere introduction
port.
4) Use electric power within the rated power range. Use beyond
the range may damage the product.
5) Follow below instructions as static electricity may damage the
product:
(1) For Storage, short the circuit between terminals by using
conductive substances or wrap the whole chip with aluminum
foil. For storage and transportation, avoid plastic containers
which are easily electrified.
(2) Before use, connect electrified materials on desk and
operators to the ground in order to safely discharge static
electricity.
6) Carefully select and fix tubes, introduction pipes and products based
on the working voltage. Please contact us for any inquires.
APPLICATION CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (EXAMPLE)
Constant current
Pressure
circuit unit
sensor
The pressure sensor converts a voltage by constant
current drive and if necessary, amplifies the voltage.
The circuit on the right is a typical use example.
Amplifier circuit unit
OP
AMP
OP
AMP
OP
AMP
MOUNTING METHOD
The general method of air pressure transmission varies depending
on the low/high pressure condition.
• Usage note
(1) Select a study pressure introduction pipe to avoid pressure leak.
(2) Securely fix the pressure introduction pipe to avoid pressure leak.
(3) Do not block the pressure introduction pipe.
Methods
of transmitting
air pressures
When the pressure is low
When the pressure is high
(4.9k Pa to 98.1 kPa)
(196.1 kPa to 980.7 kPa)
PC board
Tube
PC board
O-ring
Pressure
inlet pipe
If a tube is used as the pressure inlet pipe,
it may become disengaged. Use a sturdy
tube and secure it using O-rings.
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
00 Aug. 2015
Glossary of Common Terms for Pressure Sensors
EXPLANATION OF TERMS
■ Pressure object
■ Offset voltage temperature characteristic
This is what can be used to activate the pressure
sensor.
(The Panasonic Corporation pressure sensor can be
used with gas.)
■ Rated pressure
The pressure value up to which the specifications of
the pressure sensor are guaranteed.
■ Maximum applied pressure
The maximum pressure that can be applied to the
pressure sensor, after which, when the pressure
is returned to below the rated pressure range,
the specifications of the pressure sensor are
guaranteed.
■ Temperature compensation range
The temperature range across which the
specification values of the pressure sensor are
guaranteed.
■ Drive current (voltage)
The variation of the offset voltage with changes
in ambient temperature. The difference between
the offset voltage at the standard temperature
and the offset values at the compensation lower
limit temperature (low temperature) (D1) and
compensation upper limit temperature (high
temperature) (D2) are obtained, and the offset
voltage temperature characteristic is expressed
as the ratio of the larger of these two differences
(absolute) with respect to the full scale voltage (FS).
■ Temperature sensitivity characteristic
The variation of the sensitivity with changes in
ambient temperature (variation in full scale (FS)).
The difference between the full scale voltage at the
standard temperature (FS) and the full scale values
at the compensation lower limit temperature (low
temperature) (FS1) and compensation upper limit
temperature (high temperature) (FS2) are obtained,
and the offset voltage temperature characteristic is
expressed as the ratio of the larger of these two
differences (FS1 - FS and FS2 - FS (absolute)) with
respect to the full scale voltage (FS).
Output voltage
The supply current (voltage) required to drive a
pressure sensor.
■ Output span voltage
The difference between the rated output voltage and
the offset voltage. The output span voltage is also
called the full-scale voltage (FS).
Compensation upper
limit temperature
No
Compensation
lower limit temperature
Δ2
Δ1
■ Offset voltage
The output voltage of a pressure sensor when no
pressure is applied.
■ Rated pressure output voltage
Output voltage when rated pressure is applied.
■ Linearity
When the pressure is varied from no load to the
rated pressure, the linearity is the amount of shift
between the straight line that joins the no-load
voltage value and the rated pressure voltage value
(expressed as the ratio of the amount of shift (D1)
at half of the rated pressure value with respect to
the full scale voltage (FS)).
FS2
Standard temperature
FS
FS1
No load
No load
■ Bridge resistance
Refers to the resistance value of a piezoresistance
formed on a monolithic silicon substrate.
For example, the values of the resistances R1 to R4
in the bridge are typically 5 kΩ each.
✽ When the resistances of the resistive elements R1
to R4 that comprise the bridge are 5 kΩ each, the
equivalent composite resistance of the bridge is 5
kΩ (3 kΩ bridges are also available).
■ Output hysteresis
FS
D1
D2
Offset
voltage
No load
1/2 rated Rated
Rated pressure
Rated pressure output voltage
Output voltage
The ratio of the difference (D2) in the noload output
voltages when the pressure is varied from no load
to the rated pressure then reduced back to no load,
with respect to the full scale voltage (FS).
R2
R1
R3
R4
The bridge resistance is
the resistance of the four
resistive elements that
make up the bridge
expressed as one
combined resistance.
■ Overall accuracy
Accuracy of offset voltage and rated pressure output
voltage within the temperature compensation range.
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
00 Aug. 2015
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