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Proven and Improved - SDP800 Series Differential Pressure Sensors

Sensirion, the world's leading manufacturer of high-quality flow and environmental sensors, presents the new differential pressure sensors of the SDP800 series. The sensors are the result of more than 15 years of experience in measuring air flow to millions of HVAC systems, car engines and patients.

They consequently utilize the successful features of the SDP600 differential pressure sensor and come in the same proven housing, which enables easy integration. The next generation chip combines outstanding accuracy and long-term stability with extended functionality and higher measurement speed at even lower cost. Thus, the new SDP800 is the reliable and advanced solution for the most demanding, but cost-sensitive HVAC applications, such as VAV controllers and burners.

The new differential pressure sensors of the SDP800 series offer excellent repeatability and measurement speed up to 2 kHz. The fully calibrated and temperature-compensated sensors are available in numerous versions that differ in pressure range, pneumatic connection and output signal. Whereas the analog version provides a configurable analog voltage output, the digital version features different measurement modes, smart averaging functions and multiple I2C addresses. Both versions come with either 125 Pa or 500 Pa bidirectional pressure range and provide a manifold or tube connection.

Like all Sensirion differential pressure sensors, the SDP800 series is based on Sensirion's patented CMOSens® Technology, which combines the sensor element, signal processing and digital calibration on a small CMOS chip. The differential pressure is measured by a thermal sensor element using the flow-through principle. Thanks to this, Sensirion's CMOSens® differential pressure sensors come with no zero-point drift and outperform traditional piezo-resistive membrane sensors in terms of sensitivity at low differential pressures, offset drift and hysteresis, as well as position sensitivity, shock resistance and temperature variations.

An evaluation kit is available for quick and easy testing of the digital SDP800 sensors. This EK-P5 evaluation kit consists of a SDP810 sensor that is easily plugged into a PC via an USB cable. With the help of the software available online for download, the differential pressure sensor can be tested under realistic conditions by following the simple installation steps. The kit can be purchased directly from Sensirion distributors: www.sensirion.com/distributors

Visit Sensirion from January 30 to February 1, 2017 at the AHR Expo in Las Vegas, and learn more about the new differential pressure sensors of the SDP800 series. For more information about the products, please visit www.sensirion.com or get in touch: www.sensirion.com/contact


About Sensirion
Sensirion AG, headquartered in Staefa, Switzerland, is the world's leading manufacturer of digital microsensors and systems. The product range includes humidity and temperature sensors, mass flow controllers, gas and liquid flow sensors, and differential pressure sensors. An international network with sales offices in the USA, Germany, China, Taiwan, Japan and Korea supplies international OEM customers with tailor-made sensor system solutions for a vast range of applications. Among other things, these include analytical instruments, consumer goods and automobiles, as well as the medical and HVAC industries. One of the hallmark features of Sensirion products is the use of patented CMOSens® Technology. CMOS-based sensor elements and systems permit intelligent system integration, including calibration and a digital interface. Sensirion's credentials as a reliable OEM supplier are underscored by its ISO/TS 16949 certification.


For more information, please contact :-

Sensirion AG
Laubisruetistrasse 50, CH-8712 Staefa ZH, Switzerland
Telephone : +41 44 306 40 00
Fax : +41 44 306 4030
Email :
info@sensirion.com
Website :
www.sensirion.com

January 2017

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