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Absolute pressure sensor P500
barometricVdcminiature

absolute pressure sensor
absolute pressure sensor
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Characteristics

Pressure type
absolute, barometric
Output signal
Vdc
Other characteristics
miniature
Applications
for aircraft
Domain
for the aerospace industry
Pressure range

Max.: 1,300 mbar (18.85 psi)

Min.: 150 mbar (2.18 psi)

Temperature range

Max.: 93 °C (199.4 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Description

Applications include atmospheric and absolute pressure monitoring, weather stations, etc. High Accuracy Pressure Media: Moist or Dry Air or Inert Gas Waterproof, Epoxy Encapsulated Housing Wide Temperature Range Miniature Size Included Tubing Adapter Allows pressure connection to commonly available 1/8" I.D. tubing or 3.2 mm I.D. tubing. Consists of 8" length of 3/32 I.D. tubing and a 3/32" I.D. to 1/8" I.D. nylon adapter fitting. Use any Pressure Scale The P500 Sensor can read in any unit of pressure (kPa, millibar, etc.); Simply convert the sensor's scaling values using the XR440 Pressure Converter for the XR440 or the XR5 Pressure Converter for the XR5. Extension cable The 18 inch leads on the P500 Pressure Sensor may be extended up to 100 FT (30 meters) by the user using three conductor 22 or 24 gage cable. In electrically noisy environments we recommend using shielded cable. Power Limitation Due to its 8 ma current draw, a maximum of 2 P500 Sensors may be powered by one XR440 Data Logger and a maximum of 3 P500 Sensors may be powered by one XR5-SE Data Logger. Part No. P500-BARO Price: $140. Accessories Optional Mounting Base Sensor press fits into base. Neoprene rubber pads grip sensor securely. Base has two 0.184 dia mounting holes spaced 1.375 inches center to center. Maximum temperature rating of base: 75°C (167°F)
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