Hydrogen Pressure Sensor
MicroSensor designs and produces differential pressure sensors and differential pressure transducers with optional pressure range, materials, output signals as well as pressure ports, etc. Custom-design service is available. As a world well-known supplier, we provide water differential pressure sensors, oil differential pressure sensors, and gas use differential pressure sensors for accurate, stable, and reliable differential pressure measurement.
MicroSensor's OEM silicon pressure sensors with a differential pressure range of 350 mbar to 35 bar are built on the piezoresistive principle. A differential pressure sensor may be used for various fluid media such as air, water, oil, etc., and has customizable outside resistors, temperature correction, and all welding designs. High static pressure, uniform structure, stability, dependability, and moderate prices are all present by differential pressure sensors from MicroSensor. For measuring differential pressure, a differential pressure sensor is widely used in the industrial process control industry.
You can measure some conductive and corrosive fluids with differential pressure sensors. Via the isolated diaphragm and silicon oil-filled die, the recorded differential pressure is transferred onto the die so that the sensor can precisely measure differential pressure. It is frequently installed next to filters in many industrial processes to monitor pressure differences. Customized differential pressure sensors are available with diameters from 12.6mm to 28mm.
Besides, with the differential pressure sensors as the sensing element, MicroSensor offers a series of differential pressure transmitters that are widely used in applications of fluids, steam, and industrial gases such as Oxygen, etc. The differential pressure transmitter performs stably and accurately with the explosion-proof version available and high accuracy up to ±0.075%FS. Optional output signals are 4mA DC~20mA DC, RS485, ModBus, HART, etc. The products are CE, ATEX, ROHS and DNV approved.
The pressure sensor is used to measure the pressure difference between two points. The difference between differential pressure sensors and general pressure sensors is that they have two pressure interfaces. Differential pressure sensors are generally divided into positive pressure end and negative pressure. In general, the pressure of the positive pressure end of the differential pressure sensor should be greater than the pressure of the negative pressure section to measure.
The differential pressure transducer or differential pressure transmitter are all differential pressure sensors. It is called differently while means the same in most situations depending on the countries and companies as differential pressure transducers are mostly used in the USA. In Micro Sensor, we call the sensitive element a differential pressure sensor that usually outputs a millivolt signal. The differential transducers and differential pressure transmitters usually output digital signals like 4mA DC-20mA DC, Modbus, HART, etc.
The differential pressure sensors are often used for differential pressure monitoring and control of water, oil, and gases. It can also be used as a level sensor to measure the height of the liquid. Micro Sensor's differential pressure sensors are suitable for differential pressure measurement of oil tanks, water tanks as well as pipelines in industries like petroleum fields, chemical plants, etc.
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Micro Sensor offers pressure sensors of silicon oil-filled for liquid and air pressure measurement. It is piezoresistive with both differential pressure sensors and compound types available.
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