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BDS Series Pressure Sensor.

All Sensors Corporation of Morgan Hill, California has announced the release of the BDS (Basic Dual Sensor) Series Pressure Sensor. The BDS (Basic Dual Sensor) Series Pressure Sensor is comprised of two independent sensors in a single package.


This device is capable of measuring both an absolute and differential pressure source. This marks an industry first for the pressure sensor market. For the first time an engineer can obtain an absolute and differential pressure reading simultaneously from one device. By combining the functionality of two devices into one, physical space is spared on the customer's PC board resulting in minimal pneumatic and mechanical difficulties. The BDS Series Pressure Sensor is RoHS compliant.

Package Features
The sensors are offered in a pc board mountable package with two pressure ports. Port volumes have been balanced to improve common mode response. This package is designed for high common mode pressure. This device can accommodate high burst pressure for extended dynamic range capability. Ports are compatible with Honeywell SCC or N-Package and Motorola MPX devices.

Electrical Features
The sensors are available with a basic millivolt output. Output offset and temperature errors are significantly reduced by electrically cross coupled sensing elements. Absolute and differential pressure outputs are provided simultaneously.

Applications
Ideal applications for this device industrial and medical flow applications with high turndown ratio requirements.

Price
Contact factory for price. Samples are available for product testing. Custom combination pressure ranges available.

For additional information, please contact: Dan DeFalco :
Tel : 408 225 4314 (USA)
Fax : 408 225 2079 (USA)
Email :
ddefalco@allsensors.com



For more information, please contact :-

All Sensors Corporation
16035 Vineyard Blvd. Morgan Hill, CA 95037 USA

October 2009

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