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Pressure Transducer
Pressure Transducer

Measurement Specialties has just released its new EB100 pressure transducer for production. It is CE compliant and offers a pressure range of 300 to 5000psi (350bar) and operates from -40°C to +125°C with a ±1% TEB. This high accuracy, miniature device was specifically designed for space-constricted designs in motor sports, military/aerospace, off-road, industrial, test stand and hydraulic applications. The device uses MEAS' UltraStable technology that provides stability over a wide temperature range and performance previously available only in much higher priced sensors. The UltraStable technology employs a silicon-based strain gage that is isolated from the media by an oil-filled capsule and a stainless steel diaphragm. High stability is provided through MEMS-based technology which offers good repeatability and minimal hysteresis. The 100% stainless steel media isolation protects against all but the most corrosive environments, offering excellent durability. 

Posted on April 26, 2012 - (1562 views)
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Measurement Specialties Inc
1000 Lucas Way
23666 Hampton - USA
+1-757-7661500
+1-757-7664297
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