Heilind Electronics has added the manufacturer’s DLVR Series mini digital output pressure sensor to its sensor offering.
The DLVR Series pressure sensors offer a fully customizable, turn-key solution for design engineers looking for a digital pressure sensing device. Product highlights include an I2C or SPI output interface with a 14-bit internal resolution, 3.3 V or 5 V supply voltage, and a one percent total error band. The DLVR Series utilizes All Sensors’ CoBeam2 technology, which permits greater sensitivity while reducing package stress and position sensitivity – ultimately resulting in improved long-term stability.
With the ability to operate at a low supply voltage (3.3 V), the DLVR series renders itself a power-conscious device well-suited for portable applications. The product can easily be integrated into a wide range of process control and measurement systems, allowing direct connection to serial communications channels. In battery-powered systems, the sensor can enter very low power modes between readings to minimize load to the power supply.
These calibrated and compensated sensors provide an accurate, stable output over a wide temperature range. In addition, a protective Parylene coating is available for moisture and harsh media protection. Applications for this device are vast and include portable devices/hand-held equipment, battery-operated devices, medical breathing, medical devices associated with low pressure, remote sensing, environmental controls, HVAC, and industrial controls.