Temperature sensor MicroPressure MPR Series
pressurefor the medical industry

temperature sensor
temperature sensor
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temperature, pressure
for the medical industry
Pressure range

Max.: 2,500 mbar (36.26 psi)

Min.: 40 mbar (0.58 psi)


Pressure Ranges >±40 mbar to ±2.5 bar | ±4 kPa to ±250 kPa | ±0.6 psi to ±30 psi Description The MPR Series is a very small piezoresistive silicon pressure sensor offering a digital output for reading pressure over the specified full scale pressure span and temperature range. It is calibrated and compensated over a specific temperature range for sensor offset, sensitivity, temperature effects, and non-linearity using an on-board Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC). This product is designed to meet the requirements of higher volume medical (consumer and non-consumer) devices and commercial appliance applications. Value to Customers Very small form factor: Enables portability by addressing weight, size, and space restrictions; easy to design in; occupies less area on the PCB. Wide pressure ranges simplify use. Enhances performance: Output accelerates performance through reduced conversion requirements and direct interface to microprocessors. Value Solution: Cost-effective, high volume solution with configurable options. Meets IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020D.1 Moisture Sensitivity Level 1 requirements: Allows avoidance of thermal and mechanical damage during solder reflow attachment and/or repair that lesser rated sensors may incur; allows unlimited floor life when stored as specified (simplifying storage and reducing scrap); eliminates lengthy bakes prior to reflow, and allows for lean manufacturing due to stability and usability shortly after reflow. Low power/energy efficient: Reduces system power requirements and enables extended battery life.


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