Pressure transducers convert pressure applied on the sensing element into an electrical signal. There are many types of pressure transducer using various technologies such as bonded foil, thin/thick film, semiconductor strain gauge and etc. When connect to an appropriate power supply, pressure transducers output a typical millivolt electrical signal that varies with charges in undertaken pressures. Our pressure transducers have good linearity, stability and frequency response performances. There are also pressure transducers without compensation electronics such as pressure capsules that mostly used in OEM applications. Pressure transducers are robust and small in size, ideal for applications where short electrical connections are required. Since pressure transducers have no electronics components, they cannot be upset by electromagnetic interference. High voltage output pressure sensors incorporate zero & span adjustment potentiometers can be easily calibrated.
Pressure Transducer Overview
2Mi | High Performance Miniature Pressure Transducer
The Keller Series 2Mi is a series of miniature, low-cost pressure transducer from Keller that is designed to measure hydrodynamic
5M_HB | Ultra fast miniature pressure transducer
The Keller M5 are miniature pressure transducers that are ideal for measurement in places where access is restricted such as
81530 | Miniature Pressure Transducer
The Burster 81530 is a rugged, robust and compact miniature pressure transducer with stainless steel construction and hermetically sealed housing.
DP9 | Miniature Differential Pressure Transducer
The Validyne DP9 is a compact and lightweight differential pressure transducer that comes wide range of dynamic response. Due to
P78 | Submersible pressure transducer for harsh environments
The Validyne P78 is a submersible pressure transducer ideal for measuring differential pressure under water or in harsh environments. It
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