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Jun

21

Pressure sensor for measuring oil pressure and fuel pressure Hello Sendo Sensor, we are looking for a pressure sensor, the sensor is mounting on a racing car ( Citroën c2 r2 ). it 's for measuring oil pressure and fuel pressure . we need 25 bar because our ecu is programmed for calculating with this . the medium temperarure is 80 °c for oïl and 30°c for fuel Read More >>

Jun

13

The advantage of oil-filling piezoresistive pressure transducer The advantage of oil-filling piezoresistive pressure transducer 1, The chip is protected against ambient influences(dust,Acid,Alkali) by a stainless steel housing sealed with a concentrically corrugated diaphragm which is filled with silicone oil. 2, silicone oil have the good performance of transmit the pressure 3, the silicon chip can be exposed to the medium if it is clean and non-pollution(without oil filling) Read More >>

Jun

04

Pressure measurement glossary-Accuracy and Precision Does Precision mean the same as Accuracy for Pressure Measurement Devices? In the context of a pressure measurement device, precision refers to how well it provides repeatable and linear results with increasing or decreasing pressure over many cycles. It is therefore an indication of the quality of measurement technology utilised and is a major factor effecting the cost of an instrument. Read More >>

May

21

Pressure measurement glossary-pressure type(Absolute, Gauge, Differential) Gauge Reference Pressure or G - is a pressure measured relative to atmospheric or barometric pressure. Absolute Pressure - is one which is measured relative to a perfect vacuum. Barometric Pressure or Atmospheric Pressure - is Gauge Reference Pressure or G - is a pressure measured relative to atmospheric or barometric pressure. Absolute Pressure - is one which is measured relative to a perfect vacuum. Barometric Pressure or Atmospheric Pressure - is the total outside air pressure measured with reference to absolute vacuum. The pressure varies depending on geographical location, altitude and local weather conditions. For weather reporting purposes the barometric pressure is normally adjusted to a sea level value so that all locations can be compared independent of the altitude at each location Read More >>

May

09

Pressure measurement glossary-pressure unit(Bar, KPa, MPa, mbar) Bar - is a widely used metric unit of measure for pressure and 1 bar converts precisely to 100,000 Pascals. KPa - is a 1000x multiple of the Pascal unit which is the SI unit for pressure. 1 Kilopascal equals 1,000 Pascals. MPa - is a 1000000x multiple of the Pascal unit which is the SI unit for pressure. 1 Megapascal equals 1,000,000 Pascals. Read More >>