2009

ASDX Series of silicon pressure sensors

Honeywell Sensing and Control, Minneapolis, MN, has introduced the ASDX Series of silicon pressure sensors with pressure ranges of 15, 30, and 100 psi.

altThe sensors feature an ASICbased design, which provides an amplified condition pressure reading. Calibrated output values for pressure are updated at approximately 1 kHz. The sensors offer output options of ratiometric 12-bit analog or 12-bit I2C or SPI digital; supply voltages of 3.3 or 5.0 Vdc; standard calibrations including inches H2O, cm H2O, psi, mbar, bar, and kPa; and absolute, differential, and gage pressure types. Additional signal conditioning incorporated into the sensors allows users to remove components from their PC board in order to free space. Designed to provide digital correction of sensor offset, sensitivity, temperature coefficients, and non-linearity, the sensors are designed for use with non-corrosive, non-iconic working fluids such as air and dry gases.

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