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PC Mountable Silicon Pressure Sensors

Item# PXCPC-001DV

PC Mountable Silicon Pressure Sensors PXCPC-001DV PXCPC-001DV
  • Ranges from 4 inH2O to 150 psi
  • Gage, Absolute or Differential Pressure
  • Temperature Compensated for Low Thermal Drift
  • Low Cost, Small Size, PC Board Mountable
  • Micromachined Silicon Technology
  • High Impedance, Low Current Draw
  • PC Mountable SIP 4-Pin Package
  • For Use with Clean Dry Gases

The PXCPC series has been discontinued. Please contact our Pressure Engineering department.

The PXCPC Series pressure sensors come standard with tube pressure ports and use stateof- the-art micromachined silicon technology to deliver accurate, stable pressure measurement in a miniature package. On sensors of 5 psi and above the high side of the silicon is protected by a silicone gel coating. The sensors are designed for use with non-corrosive non-ionic gases. Many industrial and research gases fall into this category.

@ 12 Vdc, 25°C (77°F)
Excitation: 12 Vdc typical (3 Vdc minimum to 16 Vdc maximum)
Output mV (@ 12 Vdc) Range:
    4 inH2O: 25 ±2 mV
    10 inH2O: 20 ±1 mV
    1 psi: 18 ±1 mV
    5 psi: 60 ±1 mV
    15 to 60 psi: 90 ±5 mV
    100 psi: 100 ±5 mV
    150 psi: 90 ±5 mV
Linearity, Hysteresis Error: 0.25% typical 1% maximum
Operating Temperature: -25 to 85°C (-13 to 185°F)
Compensated Temperature: 0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)
Thermal Effects
    Zero Shift: ±1.0 mV
    Span Shift: ±2.0% span
Input Impedance: 5 kΩ
Output Impedance: 3 kΩ
Over Pressure (Maximum)
    Absolute: The lesser of 3 x full scale or 250 psi
      = 1 psi Range: 3 psi maximum
      >1 psi: The lesser of 3 x full scale of 250 psi
Common Mode Pressure: 50 psi maximum
Weight: 2 g (0.06 oz)
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