Heavy-Duty Pressure Sensors serve in demanding applications.

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Available with custom mountings, Filterminder™ sensors monitor vacuum or pressure levels in both wet and dry applications. Products are designed to meet SAE requirements for EMI/EMC radiation and immunity levels while operating on typical 5 Vdc systems and use temperature-compensated ceramic pressure die bonded via eutectic soldering process. Analog output signal from 0.5–4.5 Vdc can integrate with ECM modules or telematic fleet management systems.



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Heavy Duty Sensors for the Most Demanding Applications



Engineered Products Company offers state-of-the-art Filterminder ™ Heavy Duty Pressure Sensors with custom mountings to fit the most demanding applications.  Our Pressure Sensors monitor vacuum or pressure levels in both wet and dry applications ranging from oil pressure to brake systems.  Designed to meet SAE requirements for EMI/EMC radiation and immunity levels while operating on typical 5V DC systems, the Heavy Duty Pressure Sensors output a standard analog signal from 0.5V to 4.5V DC which can easily integrate with most ECM modules or telematic fleet management systems.



Filter Minder™ Sensors use a temperature-compensated ceramic pressure die bonded via the latest available eutectic soldering process for strength and durability.  They are composed of an integrated “Apex SensoMate 1.2” three-wire power connector to keep out dust and water thus maintaining an IP66/67 rating.  Though our general offerings of aluminum or stainless steel housings include M14x1.5 or ¼” NPT the pressure port configuration can easily be customized to fill your application-specific requirements.



We offer standard pressure ranges of 30, 100, 150 and 300PSIA with a standard full-scale response time of 1 millisecond and an accuracy of 2.5% FSO across an operating temperature range of -40°C to 140°C. By putting the needs of our customers first, we designed the Filterminder ™ Heavy Duty Pressure Sensors to handle the most demanding transportation, construction, agricultural and industrial needs.

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