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  • connector
  • In one embodiment, a connector (150) of the reusable cable includes a CPU (70), which determines the offset and self-heating errors of the pressure transducer during the first 30 seconds it is energized, stores the corrections in its internal memory and compensates the output signal produced by the pressure transducer for those errors and for variations in ambient temperature. (google.com)
  • Designed to withstand vibration and shock, Omega's PX209 (cable style) and PX219 (connector style) transducers deliver consistent accuracy in small, stainless steel cases with either 0V DC to 5V DC, 0V DC to 10V DC, or 4 mA to 20 mA outputs. (highbeam.com)
  • atmospheric pressure
  • The fluctuation in the signal caused by the valves opening and closing versus atmospheric pressure forcing air into the manifold will be visible, but will only make up a small portion of the overall signal. (picoauto.com)
  • gauge
  • Request more information to see how we can help you with a pressure gauge solution that fits your exact needs. (ametekusg.com)
  • Vacuum
  • For example: Let's say your transducer is connected to the intake manifold vacuum on a running engine at idle with the transducer set to mode 2 (-15 to 50 psi) and the waveform on your PicoScope is at -9 psi. (picoauto.com)
  • output
  • Precise pressure control, where output pressures must be accurately held at low pressures down to 70 mBar (1 psi), has traditionally been a difficult task for industrial instrumentation. (environmental-expert.com)
  • The capacitances vary the modulation during deflections of the discs (86, 88) as a result of pressure changes, and the common plate (94) algebraically sums the modulated excitation signals into a single output from the transducer (26). (google.com)
  • The current which flows between the two conductive ink electrodes varies as a function of the force with which the stylus tip is pressed against the data tablet, thus providing an analog output which can be detected as a function of pressure or which can be detected to determine when the pressing force exceeds a predetermined value. (google.com)
  • applications
  • These demanding applications are forcing pressure transducer manufacturers to include features in their products so that the device can operate in a hostile environment while maintaining a good price-performance ratio with excellent durability. (sae.org)
  • Experimental results are presented for a pressure transducer operational in the 0-60 psi range, and a miniature pressure transducer operational in the 0-5 psi range designed for in vivo medical applications. (spie.org)
  • The WPS500X eliminates this need by giving you one ultra-high resolution transducer that can be used for a multitude of automotive diagnostic applications. (picoauto.com)
  • manufacturers
  • Turns out that the manufacturers of poor transducers seem to thrive - they make more money because they are always selling replacements units. (xtronics.com)
  • Manufacturers of diesel engines and systems are increasing being pressured to offer more efficient fuel delivery systems with minimal pollution. (sae.org)
  • Focuses on the key Medical Pressure Transducers manufacturers, to study the sales, value, market share and development plans in future. (reportsnreports.com)
  • Module
  • The pressure sensing module provides ease of installation and manufacture because the module may easily be bonded and installed within a catheter. (google.ca)
  • cylindrical
  • An angioplasty pressure transducer includes a cylindrical member defining an inner cavity. (google.es)
  • The first end of the cylindrical member is provided with a fluid port allowing the passage of fluid into and out of the cylindrical member due to pressure changes in the physiological fluid being monitored. (google.es)
  • The angioplasty pressure transducer also includes a cylindrical elastomeric sleeve surrounding the cylindrical member. (google.es)
  • blood
  • We have received reports of fatal cerebral air embolism immediately following routine recalibration of invasive arterial blood pressure monitoring systems while connected to a patient (see our Hazard Report in Health Devices 12, Nov 1982). (ecri.org)