Pressure Sensors suit aerodynamic testing and analysis.

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Series 103B ICP® Acoustic Pressure Sensors measure pulsating, transient, and turbulent acoustic phenomena on transportation vehicles and other structures. Built-in signal conditioning microelectronics produce clean, low-impedance voltage output signals. Sensors are offered in 3 configurations: pigtail wire solder connection, 10-32 top connector, and 3-56 side connector. Each is available in sensitivities of 500 or 1,500 mV/psi and ranges of 10 or 3.33 psi.



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High Sensitivity Acoustic Pressure Sensors



July 13, 2004, Depew, NY - New Series 103B ICP® Acoustic Pressure Sensors from the Pressure Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc. measure pulsating, transient, and turbulent acoustic phenomena on transportation vehicles and other structures. Low profile, high-sensitivity sensors are ideal for applications such as automotive and aerospace wind tunnel testing, aerodynamic testing and analysis, aircraft cabin and cockpit noise testing, and acoustic fatigue testing on airframes.

ICP® style sensors feature built-in signal conditioning microelectronics to produce clean, low-impedance voltage output signals, and are offered in three configurations; pigtail wire solder connection, 10-32 top connector, and 3-56 side connector. Each configuration is available in sensitivities of 500 or 1,500 mV/psi (72.5 or 217.5 mV/kPa) and ranges of 10 or 3.33 psi (68.95 or 22.96 kPa) respectively. Rise time is less than or equal to 25 µs, and the discharge time constant allows the sensors to follow transient events up to several hundred milliseconds in duration.

For additional information, contact the Pressure Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc. toll-free at 888-684-0011 (in the U.S. and Canada) or 716-684-0001; fax 716-686-9129; email: pressure@pcb.com, or visit PCB's web site at www.pcb.com.

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