Validyne "Senses" the Change in the Pressure Sensor Market and Reveals New Innovations

Northridge, CA – Validyne Engineering releases two new product lines for hydraulic pressure and low pressure air flow systems. The two new product lines will give OEM users of pressure sensors the option to choose variable reluctance sensing technology for their applications at an attractive price point. The first new product line offers feature-rich enhancements for our OEM clients. The second new product line offers a streamlined set of features compared to their traditional line, but a lower cost.

Compact form factor combined with a rugged sensor that accepts air, inert gases and hydrocarbon-based liquids are important elements in this new low cost product line. Target audiences include those requiring hydraulic pressure measurement, low pressure air flow systems and any application involving pressures below 5 In H2O.

According to Paul Muller, Validyne's Director of Sales & Marketing "Validyne is reaching out to the OEM market to provide low cost differential pressure sensors capable of accepting liquids and gases.”

A World Leader in Variable Reluctance Technology (VRT) since 1968, Validyne has a long history of providing standard and custom solutions to the Aerospace, Automotive, and Engineering industries.

Technical Specs for New Products:

Model P17:
For air and inert gas applications
Full Scales as low as 0.1 In H2O
DC Power/DC Signal
0 to +5 Vdc signal

Model P20:
For Liquids and Gases
Static Pressures to 1000 psig
Differential Ranges as low as 0.1 psi full scale
DC Power/DC Signal

Model P25:
For Liquids and Gases
Static Pressures to 10,000 psig
Differential Ranges as low as 5 psi full scale
DC Power/DC Signal

Models P117, P120 and P125 are similar in functionality from those listed above, but are constructed without a housing for electronics – for use inside the customer’s own unique enclosure.

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