Introducing new cost-effective barometric pressure sensor using nano-technology
November 23, 2005
(Bohemia, NY) Climatronics Corporation introduces a new,
cost-effective Barometric Pressure Sensor balancing the
need for accuracy with respect for conservative budgets.
The new sensor is based upon a stable transducer utilizing
current nano-technology yielding a linear and repeatable
sensor with low hysteresis. The sensor produces digital
and analog signals which do not require signal conditioning.
The sensor’s microcontroller applies an NIST-traceable temperature
correction to the readings from the pressure sensor maximizing accuracy
over a broad operating temperature range.
The data output formats include RS-232, RS-485,
SDI-12 and analog ranges of 0-1 to 0-5 VDC.
Operating temperature range is -40° to +55°C.
The sensor is accurate to +/- 0.35 hPa @ 25°C with
long term stability of +/- 1.0 hPa.
Climatronics is a world leading manufacturer of
weather sensors and systems. Products range from
sensors measuring a single phenomenon to fully
integrated automatic meteorological observation systems
(AMOS) gathering data from multiple stations measuring
a full range of environmental parameters. A specialty
is custom system design and integration with turnkey
installation and training to furnish a client reliable,
project specific data. Customer support includes
comprehensive documentation, NIST traceable calibration,
factory service and field support. For more information on
this product, or to review our entire range of products and
services, visit our website www.climatronics.com or call 631-567-7300.
For additional information contact David Gilmore at 631-567-7300 or
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