Subminiature Pressure Transducers from Honeywell

Subminiature Pressure Transducers from Honeywell
Honeywell Sensing and Control

Honeywell Sensing and Control, Golden Valley, MN, introduces Model S Series of subminiature pressure transducers fit into tight spaces with little clearance, and accurately measure pressure ranges from 100 psi to 15000 psi and featuring 1% accuracy.  These rugged transducers are designed to handle high pressure and temperatures, with a high natural frequency and flush diaphragm for applications such as engine and transmission test stands, pressure brake testing, and hydraulic sensor testing.

Honeywell’s full line of subminiature pressure transducers accurately measure pressure ranges from 100 psi to 15000 psi. These gage-only subminiature pressure transducers have a high natural frequency and utilize a flush diaphragm that is manufactured from 17-4 PH Stainless Steel. Temperature compensation is accomplished by using temperature-sensitive components located inside the transducers. These transducers have a small electrical zero balance circuit board which is in the lead wire (approximately 1 in x 0.087 in thick). This balance board does not have to be in the same temperature as the transducers. All transducers have four (4) active bonded strain gages arranged in a Wheatstone-bridge configuration.

Contact Info

Company: Honeywell Sensing and Control
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-537-6945
Fax: 815-235-6545

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