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Sputtered Thin Film Pressure Transducers



Item# PX1000L1-025GV

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  • Proven Sensor Design
  • Rugged Dual Case Isolation
  • High Performance
  • Highly Reliable
  • Long-Term Stability

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The OMEGA™ PX1000 Sputtered Thin Film Transducer is noted for high accuracy and excellent long-term stablility and reliability. Performance stability is ±0.1% for any combination of constant pressure and temperature within the operating range. The thermal error band performance is typically better than 0.25% within any 50°F temperature band. Highly stable sensing elements are achieved by sputtered film deposition which–coupled with advanced structural design– create tranducers with maximum, combined nonlinearity, hysteresis and nonrepeatability error of 0.25% FSO. Available in many standard ranges from 15 psi to 10,000 psi, the basic design of the PX1000 features all welded construction with proven strain isolation. The PX1000 sputtered gage pressure tranducers are manufactured in accordance with the program quality requirements of MIL-Q-9858A

Excitation: 10 Vdc rated (15 Vdc maximum)
Output: 30 mV typical, 26 mV minimum
aResidual Unbalance: Within ±2% FSO
Bridge Resistance: 400 Ω nominal
Combined Linearity, Hysteresis and Nonrepeatabilty: ±0.25% FSO, BSL
Insulation Resistance: 500 MΩ or greater at 45 Vdc
Breakdown Voltage: 100 Vdc or pk ac between case and any terminal without damage
Shunt Calibration: Provisions for single-arm, external shunt calibration
Sensing Element: 4-active-arm bridge using sputter-deposited thin-film elements
Operating Temp Range: -54 to 150°C (-65 to 300°F)
Compensated Temp Range: -54 to 121°C (-65 to 250°F)
Thermal Effects:
    Span: ±0.005% FSO/°F
    Zero: ±0.005% FSO/°F
Thermal Stability:
    Span: 0.10% FSO
    Zero: 0.15% FSO
Vibration Sensitivity: At 35 g peak from 10 Hz to 2000 Hz (1/2" D.A. maximum), the output shall not exceed 0.04% FSO/g for 15 psi units decreasing logarithmically to less than to 0.001% FSO/g for 10,000 psi units
Natural Frequency: 80 kHz for 10,000 psi decreasing logarithmically to 5 kHz at 15 psi
Shock: Qualification level of 100 g, 11 msec half sine wave without damage
Humidity: Absolute, sealed per MIL-STD-810 Vented gage – external case limited to dry, non-corrosive. non-conoductive gasses
Performance Stability: ±0.1% FSO for a minimum of 24 hours when subjected to any combination of constant temperature and pressure within specified limits
Standard Ranges: 0 to 15, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000, 1500, 2000, 2500, 5000 and 10,000 psia, Absolute and Sealed. gage available in ranges of 100 psi and above.
Proof of Pressure: 200% times rated pressure not to exceed 15,000 psi, will not cause changes in performance beyond the specified tolerances
Burst Pressure: 300% of rated pressure not to exceed 20,000 psi
Wetted Parts: 17-4 PH stainless steel
Pressure Fitting: 7/16-20 male per MS33656-4
Weight: 145 g (5 oz) maximum
Mating Connector: PTS06A-10-6S (sold separately)
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Can you tell me what the pinout is on the transducer bayonet connector and how do you compensate for temperature change.

Asked by: jim83
Thank you for your questions? please see below the pin outs Functions A POSITIVE INPUT B POSITIVE OUTPUT C NEGATIVE OUTPUT D NEGATIVE INPUT E SHORTED TO "D" F SHORTED TO "C" As for the temperature compensation that is at the connector with a resistor.
Answered by: application engineer je
Date published: 2019-06-27
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