MEMS Flow Sensors Challenge Differential Pressure Sensors

Oct. 8, 2008
Featuring a unique, double-cyclone dust segregation system that ensures accurate results in dusty environments, the D6F-P MEMS flow sensor may be a desirable alternative to differential pressure sensors. Reportedly, the sensor delivers an amplified,

Featuring a unique, double-cyclone dust segregation system that ensures accurate results in dusty environments, the D6F-P MEMS flow sensor may be a desirable alternative to differential pressure sensors. Reportedly, the sensor delivers an amplified, temperature-compensated output signal with high accuracy and repeatability, even at very low flow rates. Measuring 17 mm x 22 mm, its PCB terminals allow for direct connection to the board of damper-control modules. Specifications include +1.0 SLM, a pressure range of 0.84", and a maximum pressure of 50 kPa with an analog output signal from 0.5 to 2.5 Vdc. OMRON ELECTRONICS LLC, Schaumburg, IL. (800) 556-6766.

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