Sensors • MEMs Sensors

Used as pressure sensors for micro scale applications in a wide array of industries.

Used as pressure sensors for micro scale applications in a wide array of industries.

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  • All Sensors Corp.

    All Sensors manufactures MEMS pressure sensors for use with non-corrosive, non-ionic working fluids including air and dry gases. The sensors feature supply voltage of 12 V and an operating temperature range of -25 to 85C.

  • Acuity Incorporated

    Acuity Incorporated designs MEMS pressure sensors including low-pressure sensor die down to 10 mBar full-scale, and packaged low-pressure sensors down to 2.5mBar full-scale.

  • American Sensor Technologies Inc.

    American Sensor Technologies develops MEMS pressure sensors including OEM, hazardous area, differential, level and digital gauge types. The sensors are available with 4-20mA, voltage, millivolt, frequency, or multi-variable outputs - with pressure ranges from 1 psi to 10,000 psi. The sensors also feature accuracy of 0.1 percent, 0.25 percent, or 0.5 percent BFSL.

  • Analog Devices Inc

    Analog Devices Inc. designs MEMS-based accelerometers in 1-, 2-, and 3-axis configurations; and with analog or digital output, and low-g or high-g sensing ranges. These MEMS sensors detect and measure acceleration, tilt, shock, and vibration; and feature a range from plus or minus 1.2g to 18g.

  • Bosch Sensortec

    Bosch Sensortec develops and manufactures MEMS angular rate sensors, MEMS pressure sensors, and MEMS triaxial acceleration sensors. The acceleration sensors are used to enhance functionality in mobile phones and consumer electronic devices; and feature a temperature range of -40 to 85C and measurement ranges from 1g to 16g. The pressure sensors provide absolute accuracy down to 0.03 hPa, and are used in advanced mobile applications. The angular rate sensors are used to improve navigation, image stabilization and gaming applications.

  • Freescale Semiconductor Inc.

    Freescale Semiconductor designs and manufactures MEMS-based sensors found in automotive electronics, medical equipment, hard disk drives, computer peripherals, wireless devices, and smart portable electronics. Some of the sensors feature HARMEMS technology, which has a 25 um movable element thickness for accuracy within automotive safety applications.

  • GE Measurement & Control Solutions

    GE Measurement & Control manufactures and distributes 13 series of MEM pressure sensors. Depending on model, the sensors are available in surface mount packages, fully calibrated amplified or digital output versions, or with media isolated technology for use in harsh environments.

  • ICx Technologies Inc

    ICx Technologies Inc. supplies MEMS gas sensors that feature power consumption 70 mW, response time of one second, intrinsically safe design, and repeatability of 100 ppm. The sensors are used in HVAC, medical capnometry, industrial safety, automotive monitoring, and food and beverage processing applications.

  • Memsic

    MEMSIC Inc. develops MEMS accelerometers in consumer, automotive, and commercial grade. The consumer grade MEMS sensors are for cell phone, digital still camera, MP3 player, gaming, and toy applications. The automotive MEMS sensors allow for designs ranging from 1g to 70g, while the commercial MEMS sensors feature analog or digital outputs.

  • Omron Electronic Components

    Omron Electronics Components manufactures MEMS flow sensors that are used with most medical, inert welding and combustion gases. Types of MEMS sensors include: gas mass flow sensors, mass flow sensors with dust segregation system, and gas velocity/clogged filter sensors. The sensors feature mass flow rates from 1 LPM to 50 LPM.

  • Sensata Technologies, Industrial Sensors Group

    Sensata Technologies designs silicon MEMS strain gage pressure sensors available in pressure ranges from 0-500 psi and 0-5000 psi. Designed to operate with a 5 VDC supply and provide a linear voltage output, the sensors have accuracy of plus or minus 0.7 percent at a 25C span. The sensors are used in a number of applications including: HVAC and refrigeration, transportation and off-road vehicles, compressors, pumps, process control, automation, construction equipment, engine controls, hydraulics, and pneumatics.

  • Silicon Microstructures, Inc

    Silicone Microstructures Inc. develops and manufactures MEMS-based pressure sensors that feature a pressure range from 0.15 psi to 300 psi. The sensors can be compensated/calibrated or amplified - with absolute, gauge, and differential pressure types.

  • ST Microelectronics Inc.

    ST Microelectronics designs MEMS ultra-small silicon pressure sensors for use in smartphones, sport watches; and in weather station, automotive, and industrial applications. The senors feature digital output and a maximum supply voltage of 3.6V. The company also produces analog and digital accelerometers that feature up to plus or minus 24g full scale for automotive applications.


  • Micralyne Inc

    Micralyne Inc. develops and manufactures MEMS sensors including pressure sensors, gas sensors, accelerometers, and thermal imaging sensors. The various sensors are used for automotive, IR imaging, life sciences, and oil and gas applications.

  • Sensonor

    Sensonor manufactures a line of MEMS pressure sensors including pressure die, uncompensated, digital compensated, embedded microcontroller, and wireless digital types.