Aanderaa 4117 Pressure Sensors

The Aanderaa 4117 Pressure Sensor is a compact, fully integrated sensor for measuring the pressure level and water temperature.

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  • Smart sensor technology for plug-and-play interface
  • Calibration coefficients are stored in the sensor
  • Depth rating of up to 6000 meters
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The Aanderaa 4117 Pressure Sensor is a compact yet intelligent sensor designed to be used on the Aanderaa SeaGuard as well as in other measuring systems using RS-232 output. The sensor is based on a silicon piezo-resistive bridge sampled and temperature compensated by an advanced Digital Signal Processor. The sensor is housed in a rugged titanium cylinder.

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Since all calibration and temperature compensation data are stored inside the sensor, the pressure is by default, presented directly in engineering units without any external calculation. Raw data can be selected as additional output. Two parameters are available; Pressure and Temperature. The Smart Sensors can be mounted directly on the top-end plate of the SeaGuard and are automatically detected and recognized.

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