Barometric pressure sensor CS100
analog outputfor aircraftfor the aerospace industry

barometric pressure sensor
barometric pressure sensor
barometric pressure sensor
barometric pressure sensor
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Characteristics

Pressure type
barometric
Output signal
analog output
Applications
for aircraft
Domain
for the aerospace industry
Pressure range

Min.: 600 mbar (8.7 psi)

Max.: 1,100 mbar (15.95 psi)

Temperature range

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)

Description

Overview The CS100 measures barometric pressure for the range of 600 to 1100 mb. This range equates to from below sea level (as in a mine) up to 12,000 feet above sea level. Designed for use in environmental applications, the CS100 is compatible with all Campbell Scientific dataloggers. Benefits and Features Optimized to mount in Campbell Scientific enclosures Low power consumption Three-year warranty 500 to 1100 hPa (mBar) and 800 to 1100 hPa (mBar) versions also available by special order—contact Campbell Scientific Integral switching circuit limits power consumption to measurement cycle Technical Description The CS100 is a Campbell Scientific version of Setra's model 278 barometer. It uses Setra’s Setraceram capacitive sensor and IC analog circuit to measure barometric pressure. The CS100 is encased in a stainless steel and polyester case fitted with an 1/8 in. barbed fitting for pressure connection. It includes an internal switching circuit that allows the datalogger to power the barometer only during measurement, which reduces power consumption. Specifications Measurement Description - Barometric pressure Signal Type/Output - Analog voltage -NOTE- - 1 hPa = 1 mBar Pressure Range - 600 to 1100 hPa Long-Term Stability - ±0.1 hPa per year Response Time - < 100 ms Resolution - ±0.01 hPa Excitation - 9.5 to 28 Vdc

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