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Texas Instruments Sensors and Controls: Pressure Transducer

February 3, 2005
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A new, low-cost, customizable transducer is ideally suited for industrial applications requiring special port and electrical configurations, the manufacturer states. This transducer features an accurate and reliable ceramic sensing element, as well as customizable port and electrical connections, says the company. It has a psi rating of 15 to 500 psi and has a plated steel housing. According to the manufacturer, the transducer can be dropped into any electrical connection or custom fitting, such as flush mount or surface mount. Two models are available: the 52CP (solderable terminals) and the 53CP (bondable terminals).

Texas Instruments Sensors and Controls, Attleboro, MA; 888-438-2214; www.ti.com/snc.

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