NXP Absolute for Air Pressure Sensor, 115kPa Max Pressure Reading , 4.75 5.25 V dc

  • RS Stock No. 719-1099
  • Mfr. Part No. MPX5100AP
  • Manufacturer NXP
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Differential/Gauge Pressure Sensors up to 115 kPa, NXP

High range pressure differential/gauge sensors measure the difference in pressure between sources when pressure is applied to both sides of the sensor (differential) and atmospheric pressure (gauged).

Pressure Sensors, NXP

Specifications
Attribute Value
Pressure Reading Type Absolute
Minimum Pressure Reading 15kPa
Maximum Pressure Reading 115kPa
Accuracy ±2.5 %
Output Type Analogue
Media Measured Air
Analogue Output 4.7 V
Electrical Connection PCB Mount
Response Time 1 ms
Supply Voltage 4.75 5.25 V dc
Housing Material Epoxy
Maximum Operating Temperature +125°C
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
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