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Barometric Pressure Transducer

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Atmospheric Pressure Transducer
Part #: TSD303

The TSD303 Barometric Pressure Transducer measures atmospheric barometric pressure in a range of 0 to 15 psi. It may be used in various applications where corrections for ambient environmental barometric pressure is required.

TSD303 and TSD302 may be used with the Ventilator Validation System VVK100-SYS to convert volumes from ATPD (ambient temperature pressure, dry) to STPD (standard temperature pressure, dry).

The TSD303 barometric pressure transducer is 15 mm high and 20 mm OD, and connects directly to an AMI100D or an HLT100C via a 1.8 m cable.

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Part #: TSD303
Categories: Amplifiers - Research
Subcategories: Gas Analysis - Research

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Specifications | TSD303 Barometric Pressure Transducer

Pressure Range: 0-15 PSI (sea level barometric pressure = 14.7 PSI)

Scale: 267 mV/PSI

Output Voltage Range: 0.5 to 4.5 Volts

Resolution: 0.0011 PSI (MP160—no smoothing)

Accuracy: ±0.02% Full Scale @ 25 °C

Linearity: ±0.25% Full Scale

Burst Pressure: 45 PSIA

Lifetime Drift: ±0.5% Full Scale

Operating Temperature Range: -10 °C to +110 °C

Mounting: Hook/Loop

Dimensions: 20 mm OD, 15 mm high

Interface: RJ11 Male Plug (6 pin) to AMI100D or HLT100C

Cable Length: 1.8 meters

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