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Pressure transmitter AMS 4710 – in a robust plastic housing for filter control and medical applications

In a IP67 plastic package the space-saving and versatile analog pressure transmitters of the AMS 4710 series  perfectly fit for industrial, medical and filter control applications. These ready-to-use sensors measure differential pressure starting from 0-500 Pa, are one side mediaresistant and come with a voltage-based output signal of 0 V … 10 V.

Bidirectional SOIC-differential pressure sensor SM9333

Here comes the tiny SM9333, a digital (I²C) pressure and temperature sensor with impressive performance features in the lowest pressure range of ± 125 Pa.
All pressure sensors are individually linearized, calibrated and temperature compensated. These sensors can be used in various medical devices and also fit for HVAC applications.

Pressure sensor SM9333

The smallest wireless differential pressure sensor AMS 4516

The new AMS 4516 series are 2,5×3,5×1,9 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 and multi-sensor-network also available.

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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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