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SM9D – uncalibrated and uncompensated low pressure sensor

Why should you consider an uncalibrated and not amplified sensor when everybody is looking for accuracy and digital output?

Well to avoid any disturbing noice, keep the power supply low and because you are an expert and you can handle your calibration of the SM9D .

These low pressure sensors are available for pressure ranges starting at 0.15 PSI.

low pressure sensor SM9D

Meet AMSYS at the electronica show in Munich in November 2022

After 2 years of pandemic, electronica the world’s leading trade fair for electronics is back. Come to meet AMSYS in November 15-18, 2022 in Munich, Germany. We will show you the newest pressure, humidity and temperature sensors at booth 440 in hall B3.

As an expert for pressure sensors from TE Connectivity, Analog Microelectronics, Metallux, MP-Sensor and Panasonic, AMSYS is looking forward meeting you.

IntraSense – medical pressure sensor

The IntraSense is an extremely small in-vivo pressure sensor for integration in catheters with only 1 French diameter. The absolute pressure sensor with dimensions of only 750 μm × 220 μm × 75 μm, provides accurate and stable values in the range of -300 p to 500 mmHg.

There are different cable lenths and 2 versions: a calibrated with accuracy +/- 1.5% FS and an uncalibrated version.

IntraSense pressure sensor

Innovative sensor technology

AMSYS GmbH & Co. KG is a medium-sized company based in Germany and has been focusing on sensor technology since its founding.

The range of AMSYS pressure sensors extends from wafer level silicon sensors to simple SMD-mountable sensors and compensated dual-in-line sensors to packaged, ready-to-use pressure transmitters.

In addition to pressure sensors and inclinometers, AMSYS offers miniaturized OEM sensors for humidity and temperature measurement.

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We are a member of the AMA – Association for Sensor Technology

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