Rugged, Precision Pressure Sensors

April 1, 2009
Series PDRJ and PDAJ are rugged pressure sensors based on thin-film technology that communicate via the CANopen protocol and can measure a relative or absolute pressure from -1 up to 1000 bar.
In the operating temperature range of -25°C to 85°C, the maximal total error is at 1 percent FSR for the T-class and only 0.3 percent FSR for the S-class. The measuring devices are especially suitable for challenging embedded environments, as well as for hydropower stations, waste water treatment plants, refineries and other plants in which several sensors are switched over big distances, says the

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