High precision RS232 or RS485 interface pressure sensor for use as a reference standard for calibration or research purposes. An accuracy of ±0.02% FS is achieved over single or dual scaled pressure ranges from 350mb up to 400 bar gauge or absolute.
- Pressure Ranges: from 350mbar (5 psi) up to 400 bar (6000 psi) gauge or absolute with single or dual scaling including -1000 mbar (-15 psi) vacuum and 800 to 1200 mbar (11 to 17 psi) barometric ranges.
- Accuracy: ±0.02% full scale including linearity, hysteresis, repeatability and temperature effects from +15 to 45°C
- Output Signal: RS232 or RS485 digital communications interface with 20 msec digital signal update
- Electrical Connection: 6 pin Bendix military style bayonet
- Pressure Connection: 1/4 NPT male thread
- Media Compatibility: Liquids and gases compatible with stainless steel 316L for ranges above 1 bar, dry non-corrosive gases for ranges below 1 bar
- Special Features: Very high accuracy, Labview driver available, 35 selectable pressure units
The 6000 highly accurate digital pressure sensor incorporates a highly stable piezo-resistive silicon sensor element to achieve a very low level of calibration drift over a long period of time. Digital compensation techniques are performed on this sensor element to achieve a highly accurate pressure reading.
All the utility software and manuals you need to operate the digital interface of the 6000 digital pressure sensor is provided.
What will be the lowest detectable pressure for the 6000 series digital pressure sensor with a pressure range of 7 bar absolute and an accuracy of ±1.4 mBar?
Measurement is limited by the digital resolution which is 0.0001% FS or 1 ppm, so for a 7 bar absolute range it will be 0.007 mbar.
How do you explain the term stabilty for the 6000 series digital pressure transducer?
Stability in the case of pressure transducers, refers to the worse case change in reading calibration over a long period of time. This is mentioned in the 6000 series data sheet as 0.02% Full Scale over 180 days.