Posted on April 1, 2007 - ( views)
The HCLA pressure sensors are suitable for ultra-low gage or differential pressure measurements from 2.5-75mbar. The HCLA series utilises ASIC technologies to offer amplified analogue and digital I2C output signals. Additionally, SPI or switching outputs as well as custom specific outputs are available on request. HCLA sensors use a dual chip compensation technique to achieve a very high offset stability and virtually no position sensitivity in comparison to conventional sensors. A range of miniature single inline and SMT housing options allows for space -saving PCB-mounting and maximum OEM design flexibility. The standard power supply is 5V, with an optional 3V supply available. Typical applications of the HCLA pressure sensors include medical devices, environmental controls and HVAC applications.
Feature 24 Bit resolution
Pressure ranges from 25 Pa
Offers high media compatibility
Offer I²C and analog outputs
offer high accuracy measurements
enable low pressure measurement
for battery powered applications
feature high chemical resistance
high input resistance
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