SHOW NEWS: New digital pressure sensor from Honeywell

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At Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2015, Honeywell will be showcasing a new addition to its pressure portfolio, the Model DPS digital pressure sensor with CANopen protocol. Highly configurable, customers can choose from multiple pressure types, accuracy levels, pressure ranges, pressure connections, and electrical terminations.

Configurations for digital measurements are fully temperature compensated and calibrated for pressure ranges from 10psi to 10Kpsi, 1 bar to 700 bar, or 70kPA to 70,000 kPa, with accuracy ranges of 0.25% and 0.1%. Built to withstand harsh environments, the Model DPS with CANopen protocol communication enables customers to connect to longer cable distances without sacrificing accuracy.

Other products on display include Honeywell Model S pressure transducers. Featuring 1% accuracy and measuring pressure ranges from 100psi to 15,000psi, these rugged subminiature pressure transducers fit into tight spaces and are designed for high pressure and temperature applications such as engine and transmission test stands, pressure brake testing, and hydraulic sensor testing.

Visit Honeywell on booth 1009. Doors to the show open 17 March.

March 12, 2015

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