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SS100 piezoresistive OEM pressure transducer Piezoresistive OEM Pressure transducers sealed gauge , absolute,vented gauge,differential The SS100 series pressure transducers cover all pressure ranges from 100mbar to 1000bar.They have been produced for over 30 years . They are delivered with engraved serial number and electrical leadouts. Read More >>



Piezoresistive silicon pressure sensor principles The media pressure directly work on the sensor diaphragm (stainless s​teel or ceramic), The diaphragm produces a micro-displacement which is proportional to the pressure from the medium, and make the sensor's resistance to change, an electronic circuit is used to detect this change and convert the output of the pressure to a standard measurement signal Read More >>



O-ring boss seal An o-ring boss seal is a technique for joining two fluid-carrying pipes, hoses, or tubing. In an o-ring boss (abbreviated ORB) system, a male-threaded part is inserted into a female-threaded part, providing a mechanical seal. This system differs from others in that an additional nut is tightened over an o-ring into a chamfered area, creating a fluid-tight seal. Read More >>



What is the engine oil pressure switch used for An engine oil pressure switch is used to maintain power to the engine, and the vehicle, once the engine has started. When the engine is cranking, power is being supplied through the starter circuits. However, once the engine is running, and the oil pressure is up, power is routed through the oil pressure switch and sensor unit Read More >>



What is the oil pressure sensor The oil system Inside your car's engine motor oil plays a vital role when it comes to lubricating, cooling and cleaning. A problem with any one of these three can have major consequences for the engine. Before we can understand the role of the oil pressure sensor we need to understand how oil works inside the engine. Read More >>