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Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor XGZP6845A

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa~200kPa
  • Gauge Pressure Type
  • Ceramic Package Structure
  • Silicon-gel Protection
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal
  • Temp. Compensated:-20~85℃
  • Resistance to automobile exhaust corrosion

XGZP191 Pressure Sensor (MPX2010, MPX2050, MPX2100, MPX2200, MPX2202 Alternative Parts)

  • Range: 0kPaG~10kPaG/50kPaG/100kPaG/200kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Barb inlet pipe
  • Calibrated mV output
  • Temperature compensated
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP192 Pressure Sensor (MPX2010DP, MPX2050DP, MPX2100DP, MPX2200DP, MPX2202DP Alternative Parts)

  • Range: 0kPaG~10kPaG/50kPaG/100kPaG/200kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Barb inlet pipe
  • Calibrated mV output
  • Temperature compensated
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP193 Pressure Sensor (MPXV2010GP, MPXV2102GP, MPXV2202GP Alternative Parts)

  • Range: 0kPaG~10kPaG/50kPaG/100kPaG/200kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Perfect replacement, Plug and Play
  • Calibrated mV analog output
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP194 Pressure Sensor (MPXV2010DP, MPXV2053DP, MPXV2202DP Alternative Parts)

  • Range: 0kPaG~10kPaG/50kPaG/100kPaG/200kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Perfect replacement, Plug and Play
  • Calibrated mV analog output
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP195 Pressure Sensor (MPXM2010GS, MPXM2051GST1, MPXM2053GS Alternative Parts)

  • Range: 0kPaG~10kPaG/50kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Perfect replacement, Plug and Play
  • Calibrated mV analog output
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP160 Mems Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…10kPaG…700kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Low cost for high volume application
  • Surface mounting or Through hole soldering
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP168 High Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…1kPaG…1000kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • High sensitivity
  • Surface mounting or Through hole soldering
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP162 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG~0…1kPaG…700kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Horizontal barb inlet pipe
  • Surface mounting
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃ (-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type (Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP163 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…10kPaG…1000kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Barb inlet pipe, firm fixing
  • Surface mounting
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP6885A Pressure Sensor (MPX5010GP, MPX505GDP, MPX5100GP, MPX5700GP Alternative Parts)

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa~0kPa~10kPa…700kPa
  • Gauge Pressure Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+85℃(32℉~+185℉)
  • Direct Application,Low Cost
  • Customization available

XGZP166 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…1kPaG…1000kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Low cost for high volume application
  • Surface mounting, 3mm high inlet pipe
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP6891A Pressure Sensor (SM9541, SM9543, SM6295 Alternative Parts)

  • Wide Ranges: -10kPa…-0.5kPa~0kPa~0.5kPa…10kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Differential Pressure(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Dry Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6891D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Direct Application, Low Cost

XGZP167 Pressure Sensor (2SMPP Alternative Parts)

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…10kPaG…200kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Fluorosilicone gel die coat
  • Surface mounting
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+100℃(-22℉~+212℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

Cheap Waterproof Pressure Sensor XGZP183

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…10kPaG…200kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Fluorosilicone gel die coat
  • Surface mounting
  • For non-corrosive gas or air or liquid
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+100℃(-22℉~+212℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Negative Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP190 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG…-1kPaG~1kPaG…100kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Horizontal barb inlet pipe
  • Surface mounting
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge/Differential pressure type
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP6881A Pressure Sensor (SM6295-BGC-S-040 Alternative Parts)

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…-0.5kPa~0kPa~0.5kPa…100kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge Pressure Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6881D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Direct Application, Low Cost

XGZP6847A Air Pressure Sensor

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…1500kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge (Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6847D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Easy-to-use, Low Cost.

XGZP6857A Pressure Sensor (AP2 Series Alternative Parts)

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…1000kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge (Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6857D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Easy-to-use, Low Cost

XGZP6859A Pressure Sensor (AG2 Series Alternative Parts)

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge (Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6859D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Easy-to-use, Low Cost

XGZP6869A Water Tank Level Sensor

Water Tank Level Sensor XGZP6869A Features
  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air or Liquid
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6869D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Direct Application,Low Cost

XGZP6887A Pressure Sensor (MPXV5050GP, MPXV5100GP, MPXV5004GP, MPXV4006GP, MPXV7002GP, MP3V5010GP, MP3V5050GP, MP3V5004GP Alternative Parts)

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6887D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Direct Application,Low Cost

XGZP6877A Pressure Sensor

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…1000kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6877D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Direct Application,Low Cost

XGZP6849A Pressure Sensor

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…1500kPa
  • Optional 5V or 3.3V Power Supply
  • Gauge (Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Amplified Analog Signal(Refer to XGZP6849D for I2C interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Easy-to-use, Low Cost

Piezoresistive Pressure Sensor XGZP6847D

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…1500kPa
  • Optional 2.5V~5.5V Power Supply
  • Gauge (Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Digital Signal(I2C Interface)(Refer to XGZP6847A for Analog signal)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Current Consumption: 5uA(single measurement)
  • Standby Current: <100nA (25°C)

Static Pressure Sensor XGZP6857D

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…1000kPa
  • Optional 2.5V~5.5V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Digital Signal(I2C Interface)(Refer to XGZP6857A for Analog signal)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Current Consumption: 5uA(single measurement)
  • Standby Current: <100nA (25°C)

Digital Sensor XGZP6859D

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 2.5V~5.5V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Digital Signal(I2C Interface)(Refer to XGZP6859A for Analog signal)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Current Consumption: 5uA(single measurement)
  • Standby Current: <100nA (25°C)

XGZP6869D Washing Machine Sensor

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 2.5V~5.5V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air or Liquid
  • Calibrated Digital Signal(I2C Interface)Refer to XGZP6869A for Analog signal)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Current Consumption: 5uA(single measurement)
  • Standby Current: <100nA (25°C)

XGZP6877D Pressure Switch Sensor

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…1000kPa
  • Optional 2.5V~5.5V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Digital Signal(I2C Interface)(Refer to XGZP6877A for Analog signal)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Current Consumption: 5uA(single measurement)
  • Standby Current: <100nA (25°C)

Silicon Pressure Sensor XGZP6887D

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 2.5V~5.5V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Digital Signal(I2C Interface)(Refer to XGZP6887A for Analog signal)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Current Consumption: 5uA(single measurement)
  • Standby Current: <100nA (25°C)

Apple Watch Blood Pressure Sensor XGZP6827D

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 1.8V~3.6V Power Supply, Low Consumption.
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For dry Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Digital Signal (I2C Interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃ (32℉~+140℉)
  • Multiple work mode and FIFO available

Wearable Blood Pressure Sensor XGZP6839D

  • Wide Ranges: -100kPa…0kPa…200kPa
  • Optional 3.3V~5.5V Power Supply
  • Gauge(Positive&Vacuum) Type
  • For dry Non-corrosive Gas or Air
  • Calibrated Digital Signal(I2C Interface)
  • Temp. Compensated: 0℃~+60℃(32℉~+140℉)
  • Low Consumption

XGZP130 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…10kPaG…200kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Small volume
  • COB Package
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃ (-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type (Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP150 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: 0kPaG~10kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Small volume
  • COB Package, Surface mounting
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP153 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: 0kPaG~40kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Small volume
  • COB Package
  • For dry non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

XGZP165 Pressure Sensor

  • Range: -100kPaG~0kPaG…1kPaG…1000kPaG
  • MEMS technology, Solid-state reliability
  • Low cost for high volume application
  • Surface mounting, flat bottom without locator
  • For non-corrosive gas or air
  • Working temp.: -30℃~+125℃(-22℉~+257℉)
  • Gauge pressure type(Positive&Vacuum Pressure)
  • Easy to use and embed in OEM equipment

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Explanation of Gauge Pressure Sensor

What Is a Gauge Pressure Sensor?

gauge pressure sensor

A gauge pressure sensor is a specific category of pressure sensor utilized for detecting and quantifying the pressure exerted by a fluid or gas relative to the ambient atmospheric pressure. In essence, a gauge pressure sensor meaning measures the pressure differential above the baseline atmospheric pressure, focusing on the deviation from atmospheric pressure rather than the absolute pressure itself.

How Does a Gauge Pressure Sensor Work?

A gauge pressure sensor working principle is converting the pressure of a fluid or gas into an electrical signal.

The sensing element within the sensor is usually a diaphragm, which deflects when subjected to pressure. The diaphragm is connected to a strain gauge, which is linked to a strain gauge, a semiconductor component that alters its resistance under strain or compression.

The variation in resistance within the strain gauge correlates directly with the pressure alteration experienced by the diaphragm. This change in resistance is converted into an electrical signal by a sensor. The electrical signal from the sensor is then amplified and sent to a display or a controller. The display shows the pressure reading, and the controller can be used to control a system based on the pressure reading.

What Is the Range of Gauge Pressure Sensor?

The range of a gauge pressure sensor depends on the specific model and its intended application. Gauge pressure sensors are generally divided into two types depending on their pressure ranges: low-pressure sensors and high-pressure sensors.

Low-pressure gauge sensors typically have ranged from 0 to 15 PSI or 0 to 1 Bar and are commonly used in applications such as HVAC systems and pneumatic controls.

Conversely, high-pressure gauge sensors possess ranges starting from several hundred PSI and extending up to tens of thousands of PSI. These sensors are employed in applications such as hydraulic systems, oil and gas pipelines, and process control systems.

When selecting a gauge pressure sensor, it is crucial to consider the particular application and the sensor’s operating environment. The sensor’s range should be adequate to accurately measure the pressure within the intended application, while also ensuring the sensor is capable of withstanding the environmental conditions it will encounter.

Advantages and Disadvantages of the Gauge Pressure Sensor

Advantages of Gauge Pressure Sensors

  • High accuracy – Gauge pressure sensor can provide highly accurate measurements, particularly in applications where the atmospheric pressure remains relatively constant.
  • Reliability – Gauge pressure sensor is very reliable and can withstand harsh environments.
  • Less expensive – Gauge pressure sensor is relatively inexpensive.
  • Easy to install – Gauge pressure sensor is lightweight and small, making them simple to install and use.
  • Wide range of applications – Gauge pressure sensor is utilized in a wide range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, industrial, and medical, due to their simple design and great accuracy.

Disadvantages of Gauge Pressure Sensors

  • Sensitivity – Gauge pressure sensor can be impacted by slight variations in atmospheric pressure and are sensitive to environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity.
  • Limited range – Gauge pressure sensor has a limited pressure range and may not be suitable for all applications.
  • Complexity – Gauge pressure sensor can be complex to maintain.

Gauge Pressure Sensor Types

Bourdon tube sensors

Bourdon tube sensors are the most common type of gauge pressure sensor. They work by using a curved tube that changes shape when pressure is applied. This change in shape is converted into an electrical signal by a strain gauge. Bourdon tube sensors are a good choice for applications that require high accuracy and durability.

Diaphragm sensors

Diaphragm sensors are another type of gauge pressure sensor. They work by applying pressure to a thin, flexible diaphragm, which changes shape. This change in shape is converted into an electrical signal by a strain gauge. Diaphragm sensors are a good choice for applications that require high sensitivity and small size.

Piezoelectric sensors

Piezoelectric sensors, a specific category of gauge pressure sensors, employ the piezoelectric effect for pressure measurement. A piezoelectric material produces an electrical charge when pressure is applied. The pressure can be calculated by measuring this electrical charge. These sensors are particularly suitable for applications necessitating a broad range of pressure measurements.

Mems sensors

Mems sensors are a type of gauge pressure sensor that uses microelectromechanical systems (Mems) technology. Mems sensors are a good choice for applications that require small size and low cost. They are also a good choice for applications that are battery-powered.

Applications of Gauge Pressure Sensors

What Is the Purpose of Gauge Pressure Sensors?

Industrial Applications

  • Manufacturing
  1. Gauge pressure sensors are used in manufacturing applications to monitor and control processes such as molding, casting, and extrusion.
  2. They measure pressure in hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, and other fluid or gas-based systems.
  • Oil and Gas
  1. Gauge pressure sensors are used extensively in oil and gas applications to measure the pressure of fluids in pipelines and wells.
  2. They are used to monitor the pressure of natural gas, crude oil, and other fluids.
  • Chemical Processing

Gauge pressure sensors are used in chemical processing applications to measure the pressure of fluids in reactors, distillation columns, and other types of vessels.

Automotive Applications

  • Engine Performance

Gauge pressure sensor can monitor engine intake manifold pressure, turbocharger boost pressure, and fuel pressure.

  • Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS)

Gauge pressure sensor can monitor tire pressure in vehicles and alert the driver if the pressure is too low.

Medical Applications

  • Blood Pressure Monitoring

Gauge pressure sensors are used in blood pressure monitors to measure the pressure of blood flowing through arteries.

  • Respiratory Therapy

Gauge pressure sensors are used in devices such as ventilators and CPAP machines to monitor air pressure and flow.

  • Pressure Monitoring During Drug Production

Gauge pressure sensors are used to monitor the pressure in drug synthesis reactors and other equipment.

Aerospace Applications

  • Altitude Control

Gauge pressure sensors are used to measure cabin pressure and altitude in aircraft to ensure passenger safety and comfort.

  • Cabin Pressure Regulation

Gauge pressure sensors are used to regulate cabin pressure during high-altitude flights.

HVAC Applications

  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems

Gauge pressure sensors are used to monitor refrigerant pressure in air conditioning and refrigeration systems.

  • Boiler Pressure Monitoring

Gauge pressure sensors are used to monitor steam pressure in boilers used for heating and power generation.

Factors to Consider When Selecting a Gauge Pressure Sensor

When it comes to selecting a gauge pressure sensor, there are multiple considerations to ensure its suitability for the intended application. Here are some of the key factors to take into account:

  • Application: Begin by identifying the specific application in which the gauge pressure sensor will be utilized. This helps determine the required pressure range, as well as accuracy and sensitivity requirements.
  • Accuracy: The accuracy of the sensor will determine how close the measured pressure is to the actual pressure. If accuracy is critical for your application, such as medical devices and aerospace equipment, you will need to select a sensor with high accuracy.
  • Sensitivity: The sensitivity of the sensor determines how small a change in pressure the sensor can detect. You must choose a sensor with high sensitivity if you need to monitor minute changes in pressure.
  • Environmental conditions: The sensor should be able to withstand the environmental conditions of the application. Factors like temperature, humidity, and vibration can impact sensor performance and longevity. Some sensors are designed specifically for harsh environments, such as high temperatures or corrosive fluids.
  • Output signal: The output signal of the sensor should be compatible with the data acquisition system or control system used in the application. Common output signals include analog voltage, current, and digital signals.
  • Size and mounting: The gauge pressure sensors are fitted to the application. Some sensors are designed for compact spaces, while others may require specific mounting hardware.
  • Cost: You must choose a gauge pressure sensor buy that is within your budget because sensor prices might vary greatly.

What Is the Difference Between Gauge and Absolute Pressure Sensors?

difference between gauge and absolute pressure sensors
TypeReference pointMeasurementApplications
Gauge Pressure SensorSurrounding atmospheric pressurePressure above atmospheric pressure
  • Tire pressure monitoring systems
  • Fuel injection systems
  • Pneumatic control systems
  • Hydraulic systems
Absolute Pressure SensorVacuumPressure above a vacuum
  • Barometric pressure sensors
  • Altitude sensors
  • Underwater pressure sensors

FAQs About Gauge Pressure Sensors

Should I Use Gauge or Absolute Pressure?

Whether you should use a gauge or absolute pressure depends on your specific application. If you don’t quite understand, you can refer to the difference between gauge and absolute pressure sensor mentioned in the article.

What Is a Sealed Gauge Pressure Sensor?

Sealed type pressure sensor is similar to gauge pressure sensor. A sealed gauge pressure sensor is a type of pressure sensor that monitors the pressure relative to the surrounding atmospheric pressure.

It incorporates a sealed diaphragm that isolates the pressure-sensing element from the atmosphere. This sealing mechanism ensures that the atmospheric pressure does not impact the accuracy of the pressure measurement, enhancing the precision of the sealed pressure sensor’s readings.

How Accurate Are Gauge Pressure Sensors?

Multiple factors influence the accuracy of a gauge pressure sensor, including sensor type, temperature, pressure range, and ambient conditions. Some sensor types, like gauge pressure sensor MEMS, offer outstanding precision and stability under a variety of circumstances.

Looking to enhance your industrial process control with reliable and accurate pressure sensors? Look no further than CFSensor! Our cutting-edge gauge pressure sensor is designed to measure pressure accurately and precisely in a variety of applications.

Whether your requirements involve measuring pressure in hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, or other industrial processes, our gauge sensor offer the accuracy, reliability, and performance you expect.

So why wait? Get a quote today to learn more about our full range of pressure sensors and how we can help you achieve optimal process control. With CFSensor, you can be sure you’re getting the best in the industry.

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