Pressure transducer series from Merit Sensor

Pressure transducer series from Merit Sensor

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The TR pcb mountable pressure transducer series from Merit SensorTM is a rugged, direct-media pressure monitoring solution designed for today’s toughest pressure sensing environments.

This pressure transducer series offers a pressure range from 15psi to 500psi with a fully compensated amplified output. The TR series from Merit SensorTM is designed for air, liquid and gas harsh media compatibility, over a broad temperature range of −40°C to +150°C, with an accuracy of ±2.5%. The design includes a 4.7kΩ circuit protection pull-up resistor, operates on a single 5VDC supply, and no external components required for operation. The TR series combines Merit Sensor’s Systems Sentium process harsh media MEMS piezoresistive die with state-of-the-art pressure sensor ASIC signal management.

Typical applications for the Merit SensorTM TR series include:

  • Industrial
    • HVAC system monitoring
    • Industrial automation
    • Process monitoring
    • Air-conditioning (refrigerant systems)
    • Portable measurement and analysis instrumentation
    • Water level and pressure monitoring
  • Automotive
    • Transmission fluid pressure
    • Fuel system pressure
    • Oil system pressure
    • EGR system pressure
    • DEF system
    • Manifold absolute pressure
    • Fuel Rail system pressure
  • Medical
    • Diagnostics and analysis equipment

Features:

  • PCB mountable, fully compensated pressure transducer
  • Pressure ranges available from 15 psi up to 500 psi
  • Absolute and gauge options available
  • Compensated temperature −40°C to +150°C
  • Accuracy of ±2.5%
  • Output current of 2.5 mA
  • 4.7kΩ Circuit protection pull-up resistor included
  • Operates on a single 5VDC supply
  • Suitable for air, liquid and gas with harsh media compatibility
  • No external components required for operation
  • Package designs include standard face seal, ferrule or pins and ferrule
  • Evaluation kit MeriTrek is available for the TR series, please see the datasheet in the Technical Library

For further information on the Merit Sensor TR1 series, please click here

For further information on the complete Merit Sensor range please click here

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