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24PCFFA2G

HONEYWELL 24PCFFA2G

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HONEYWELL

P-Sensor 100psi 2x2 DIP,gage
Supplier: Honeywell
Matchcode: 24PCFFA2G
Rutronik No.: ICENVI1052
Unit Pack: 1
MOQ: 25
package: DIP
Packaging: REEL
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25.92 $
648.00 $

P-Sensor 100psi 2x2 DIP,gage Description

24PC Series, uncompensated/unamplified, gage, ±100 psi 2x2 DIP, straight port The 24PC Series miniature pressure sensors provide reliable gage pressure sensing performance in a compact package. The sensor features a proven sensing technology that utilizes a specialized piezoresistive micro-machined sensing element. The low power, non-amplified, non-compensated Wheatstone bridge circuit design provides inherently stable mV outputs over 0.5 psi through 250 psi sensing ranges.

Features

  • Miniature package
  • Variety of gage pressure port configurations - easily and quickly modified for special needs
  • Operable after exposure to frozen conditions
  • Choice of termination for gage sensors
  • 2 mA constant current excitation significantly reduces sensitivity shift over temperature
  • Can be used to measure vacuum or positive pressure

Target Applications

Medical
  • Oxygen and nitrogen gas distribution in hospitals
  • Dental chairs
Environmental
  • Water control valves
  • Instrumentation
  • Irrigation equipment
  • Filter monitoring equipment
Industrial Instrumentation
  • Robotics
  • Pressure valves
  • Leak detection
  • Air compressors
Analytical Instrumentation
  • Gas chromatography

Parameter

Interface
ANALOG
P(min)
0 bar
P(max)
6.89 bar
Top(min)
-40 °C
Top(max)
85 °C
Package
DIP
Automotive
NO
Vcc(max)
12 V
Calibrated
NO
Type
PRESS
T-compensated
NO
Amplified
NO
Vcc(min)
2.5 V
Mounting
SMT
Leadfree Defin.
RoHS-conform
Packaging
REEL
Customs Tariff No.
90262020000
Country
France
ABC-Code
A
Supplier Lead time
6 weeks
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