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  • Strain Gage Pressure Transducer
    Pressure transducers use a variety of sensing devices to provide an electrical output proportional to applied pressure. The sensing device employed in the transducer under discussion is bonded, metal foil strain gages. The strain gage, because of its unique set of operational characteristics, has
  • Guide to Pressure Transducer Selection
    Most applications for pressure transducers are relatively straightforward. Install the transducer according to manufacturer's recommendations, and obtain an accurate reading from an exceptionally reliable device. But life does not always follow the straight and narrow path. The purpose
  • Guide to Pressure Transducer Selection
    Most applications for pressure transducers are relatively straightforward. Install the transducer according to manufacturer's recommendations, and obtain an accurate reading from an exceptionally reliable device. But life does not always follow the straight and narrow path. The purpose
  • Displacement transducer selection considerations.
    The following factors should be considered when selecting an. displacement transducer: 1. Measurement range. 2. Armature type. 3. ac-ac vs. dc-dc. 4. Environment
  • Application Note: Transducer Tester
    Manufacturers of solid-state pressure transducers face a demanding task when testing this kind of electro-mechanical product. The test typically must measure the transducer output in millivolts at a ?xed excitation voltage and at a known. pressure input. The test must also make certain
  • Pressure Transducer Calibration Terms Explained
    I have received a pressure transducer with the calibration certificate. I am uncertain of the terms listed on the cal cert. Can you explain these terms a little more relative to how it may affect my usage of the transducer?
  • How to Prevent Pressure Transducer Failures
    Many design engineers do not realize that the OEM's manufacturing environment can push a transducer to its limits even before the system is shipped to the end user. This whitepaper discusses the manufacturing conditions which can cause transducer problems including failure, and how to avoid
  • Coping with Transducer-Crippling Pressure Spikes
    Many transducers in fluid power systems fall victim to short-duration pressure overloads - commonly called pressure spikes. If these spikes are severe enough, a permanent, positive zero shift in the transducer's output can occur. After investigating these spikes, we developed a laboratory method

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