Sensors • Pressure Sensors • Piezoresistive Pressure Sensors

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  • Omega Engineering, Inc.

    Omega Engineering, Inc. offers: PC Board mountable pressure sensors in a transistor package, low pressure/bi-directional pressure and vacuum transducers, lightweight industrial pressure transmitters, digital pressure switches with display and solid state sensors, and digital pressure switches with display. Operating temperatures range from -40°F to 212°F, and pressures range from 0-15 psia to 0-9000 psig. Materials include: 304 stainless steel, FKM fluorelastomer, silicone, PTFE, etc. Other products offered by Omega include: high accuracy pressure transducers, multi-output electronic pressure switches, digital pressure switch with display, etc.

  • Freescale Semiconductor Inc.

    Freescale Semiconductor offers MEMS bulk micromachining. MEMS bulk micromachining involves a process whereby the single crystal silicon is etched to form three-dimensional MEMS devices. This is a subtractive process in which the silicon in the wafer is specifically removed using antisotropic chemistry. Using this bulk micromachining method, sensors such as piezoresistive pressure sensors have been manufactured in high volume.

  • Kistler Instrument Corp

    Kistler Instrument Corp. offers Modulare piezoresistive pressure sensors in differential version Type 4264. Sensors have a measuring range of 0-10 bar, an operating temperature range from -55 to 125°C, and a voltage range from 5-15 V. Applications include: R&D, engine test, road test, component test, and general test applications. Kistler supports the automotive, aerospace, and industrial markets.

  • GE Measurement & Control Solutions

    GE Measurement & Control Solutions offers P122 piezoresistive pressure sensors. These sensors are offered in a miniature 0.10" x 0.10" die. When excited with 1.0 mA, the P122 produces a millivolt output that is proportional to input pressure. The P122 has standard pressure ranges of: 0-1700, 0-3500, and 0-350000 kPa. Applications include: process control systems, pneumatic controls, biomedical instruments, and hydraulic systems.