Press Release Summary:
Supporting integration into various process control and measurement systems, DLV Series (5, 15, 30, and 60 psi) providesÂ calibrated and compensated output over -20 to +85Â°C range. Power consumption modesÂ accommodate battery-powered or remote systems, and Sil-Gel die coating enhances media protection. Along with IÂ²C or SPI interface options, features include accuracy of 0.5% (typ) over temperature, SIP and DIP lead configurations, and PCB-mountable package.
Original Press Release:
DLV Series Low Voltage Digital Pressure Sensor
All Sensors Corporation of Morgan Hill, California has announced a new DLV Series Low Voltage Digital Pressure Sensor. The DLV Series is based on the already popular DLVR Series Pressure Sensors. This new device series offers design engineers excellent performance over middle pressure ranges of 5 to 60 psi compared to the DLVR low pressure ranges of 0.5 to 60 inH2O.
Product highlights include supply voltage options to ease application integration into a wide range of process control and measurement systems, I2C or SPI interface options and multiple power consumption modes for battery-powered or remote systems. The DLV Series provides a calibrated and compensated output over a wide temperature range of -20°C to 85°C. A Sil-Gel die coating is added for enhanced media protection. The DLV Series provides an accuracy of 0.5% (typical) over temperature. Devices are available in 5, 15, 30, and 60 psi.
• Miniature package with SIP and DIP lead configurations
• PC board mountable package
• Multiple port and lead configurations available
• Sil-Gel die coating
• 3.3V or 5V Supply voltage
• I2C or SPI interface
• Better than 0.5% accuracy over temperature (typical)
• Multiple update rates available
Ideal applications for this device are; medical breathing, environmental controls, HVAC, industrial controls, portable devices, hand-held equipment, and other applications measuring clean, dry air and gases.
Contact factory for price. Samples are available for product testing.
For additional information, please visit:
Dan DeFalco - 408 225 4314 tel - firstname.lastname@example.org