Press Release Summary:
Series 106 and 116 measure low-level pressure and high-intensity sound pressure levels - acoustic and ultrasonic. Hermetically sealed, piezoelectric microphones detect pressure transients, pulsations, turbulence, noise, and spikes for troubleshooting equipment and tuning processes. ICPÂ® versions feature on-board electronics to provide conditioned output signal. Sensors have solid-state construction, stainless steel housings, and sensitivity to 5,000 mV/psi.
Original Press Release:
Pressure Sensors Detect High Acoustic Sound Pressure Levels
February 9, 2004, Depew, NY - Series 106 and 116 dynamic pressure sensors from the Pressure Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc. measure low-level pressure and high-intensity sound pressure levels, both acoustic and ultrasonic. These rugged, hermetically sealed, piezoelectric microphones detect rapid pressure transients, pulsations, turbulence, noise, and spikes for troubleshooting equipment and tuning processes. Applications include hydraulic and pneumatic systems, exhaust systems, compressors, turbines, pumps and pipelines, jet engines, rocket motors, and weapons discharge.
ICP® versions feature on-board electronics to provide a conditioned output signal for ease of use. Available charge mode units suitable for use in temperatures to 750°F (400°C). Sensors withstand high static background pressures and feature solid-state construction, no moving parts, stainless steel housings, high frequency range, and sensitivity up to 5,000 mV/psi.
For additional information, contact the Pressure Division of PCB Piezotronics toll free at 888-684-0011 or 716-684-0001; fax 716-686-9129; email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit PCB's web site at www.pcb.com
PCB and ICP are registered trademarks of PCB Group, Inc.
PCB PIEZOTRONICS INC. - PRESSURE DIVISION
3425 Walden Avenue, Depew, New York 14043-2495 USA
Toll Free. 888-684-0011 Fax: 716-686-9129
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