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New Model 9510U Pressure Sensors

Pacific Sensor Technologies releases the USB-based Model 9510U pressure sensing devices or transducers, developed by Spectre Sensor. These devices are capable of providing both pressure and thermal information.

This unique device is configured and validated to satisfy every user’s specific functionality requirements. These transducers are the initial one of its kind to be available in the market featuring an accurate USB 2.0 pressure sensor. All the pressure transmitters equipped in the device are digitally structured to identify and rectify any type of non-linearity or inappropriateness in the sensor.

Pacific Sensor Technologies releases USB-based Model 9510U pressure sensing devices, developed by Spectre Sensor.

The accurate pressure transducers of the Series 9000 have an integrated patented configuration and features surge shielding as a standard, supplying a durable life-span.

These pressure transmitters permit the thermal rectification digitally even at working conditions. The sensor is custom-made to satisfy the consumer’s required thermal and pressure demands.

These pressure transmitters encompass a direct USB 2.0 interface for data processing and testing; has ASCII data feedback to connect with control or DAQ unit; works on pressure ranging from0-10” WC to 0-30,000 PSI; features sealed, gauge and absolute range; exhibits 0.03% BFSL precision; excellent durability; 300 feet wire length; RFI/EMI shielding on each transducer; thermal balancing at sensing element and is available in various configurations to meet the demands.


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