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PSIG Pressure Transducer

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Part #: TSD305

This 100 PSIG Pressure Transducer measures PSI Gauge pressure relative to ambient atmospheric pressure.

The transducer can be added to the Ventilator Validation Kit (VVK100-SYS).

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Part #: TSD305
Categories: Amplifiers - Research
Subcategories: Gas Analysis - Research

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Pressure Range: 0-100 PSI (gauge-type, pressure measured is relative to ambient)
Scale: 40 mV/PSI
Output Voltage Range: 0.5 to 4.5 Volts maps: 0 to 100 PSI
Resolution: 0.0075 PSI (MP160—no smoothing)
Accuracy: ±0.02% Full Scale @ 25 °C
Linearity: ±0.25% Full Scale
Burst Pressure: 300 PSIG
Lifetime Drift: ±0.5% Full Scale
Operating Temperature Range: -10 °C to +110 °C
Pressure Port: 3.1 mm OD
Case Thread: ¾” NPT
Interface: RJ11 Male Plug (6 pin) to AMI100D or HLT100C
Cable Length: 1.8 meters

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