The smallest wireless differential pressure sensor AMS 4516

The new AMS 4516 series are 2,5x3,5x1,9 cm small wireless Bluetooth 4.2 differential pressure sensors with pressure ranges between ±500 Pa and ±100 kPa. The batteryrun sensors are calibrated, linarized and compensated with accuracy from 0,7 %FS. Samplingrate for the sensor's datacan be optimized via the App starting at 100 ms. Gateway and desktop [...]

Low pressure sensor SM9235 for differential and relative pressure

These differential pressure sensors for extremely low pressures of up to 3 mbar are used in medical technology and filter control. OEM pressure sensor SM9235 has a digital I2C output signal and an optional 3.3-V or 5-V supply. The AMSYS sensor is calibrated and compensated for and its accuracy can be increased by offset calibration. Low pressure [...]

IAQ participant with AMSYS

The IAQ-program at the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern stands for Ingenieurwissenschaftliche Abschlussorientierte Qualifizierung, helping  non-German engineers and academics to familiarize with German working philosophy in order to integrate the local labour market. Since May 2020 PhD engineer Walid Sher Hussain, participant in the IAQ-program works with AMSYS in Mainz and speaks about his experience: [...]

Panasonic DPH-100 – external pressure sensor for hard-to-access areas

When measuring pressure, it’s not only important to have the right pressure sensor to hand; sometimes there are also difficult problems to be overcome. One example is where the controller cannot be directly installed at the point of measurement. Here, a combination of DPC-100 (controller) and an external pressure sensor in the DPH-100 series provides [...]

Pressure sensors in medicine for respiratory support

Sleep apnea is a common disease that affects many people around the world. The remedy is a device known as CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure). These include sensors that guarantee controlled breathing support with defined airflow, air temperature and humidity. This article explains how the pressure sensors work.

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