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Pressure Sensors

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BPS pressure sensors are based on innovative MEMS technology which provides extremely accurate condition readings in a miniature package size. The sensing element is comprised of embedded piezoresistive elements bonded to a chemically etched silicon diaphragm. As with other Sensors & Controls products, our BPS models can be modified to fit the customer’s specific application. Ask our FAEs for information regarding customization.

Please read our BPS110/120 Product Brief, BPS130 Product Brief and our BPS140 Product Brief for more information.

Series BPS130
Datasheet BPS130
Photo BPS130
Environmental Type Pressure
Package Size 10 mm
Output Amplified Analog
Pressure Type Gauge, Absolute
DAC Resolution 12 bit
Range 15 to 500 psi
Supply Voltage, VDC 4.5 to 5.5
Operating Temperature -40 °C to +150 °C
Media Compatibility Harsh media (air, liquid and gas)
Total Error Band ± 2.5 %FS
Accuracy ± 0.25 %FS
Lifetime Drift ± 0.5 %FS
Port Style Single Port, Manifold
Terminal Solder holes, PC pins
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Humidity Sensors

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BPS humidity sensors are based on innovative capacitive technology which provides extremely accurate condition readings in a miniature package size. As with other Sensors & Controls products, our BPS models can be modified to fit the customer’s specific application. Ask our FAEs for information regarding customization.

Please read our BPS230 Product Brief for more information.

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