Pressure sensor pressure range affects detailed analysis
The melt pressure sensor has the unique properties of many similar products, such as high linearity, small temperature error, stable and reliable operation, long service life, clear and clear display, convenient installation and use, and is suitable for continuously and accurately detecting the pressure of non-corrosive fluids.
The pressure sensor pressure range should be at a maximum of 1.5 times the maximum pressure of your system. The additional pressure range we recommend is due to many systems, especially water pressure and process control, with pressure spikes or continuous pulses. These spikes can reach five or even ten times the “maximum” pressure and can cause damage to the sensor. Continuous high-voltage pulses that approach or exceed the sensor's maximum rated pressure also reduce sensor life. But simply increasing the rated pressure of the sensor is not a perfect solution, as it will sacrifice the resolution of the sensor. All pressure sensors are designed to withstand maximum pressure in 200 million cycles without degrading performance. You need to find a compromise between system performance and sensor life when choosing a pressure sensor.
The diffused silicon pressure sensor has the internal gravity of the silicone oil. When installed, the sensor diaphragm needs to be perpendicular to the flow direction of the medium.