Vaisala PTB110 Barometer
- Minimizes or even removes the need for field adjustment in many applications
- Low power consumption makes it ideal for data logger applications
- Includes standard installation & pressure fitting
|PTB1101B0AB||PTB110 barometric pressure sensor, 500-1100 hPa, 0-2.5 VDC|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
|PTB1101A0AB||PTB110 barometric pressure sensor, 500-1100 hPa, 0-5 VDC|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
The sensor uses a silicon capacitive absolute pressure sensor that combines the outstanding elasticity characteristics and mechanical stability of single-crystal silicon with the proven capacitive detection principle. The excellent long-term stability of the barometer minimizes or even removes the need for field adjustment in many applications.
The Vaisala PTB110 Barometer is suitable for a variety of applications, such as environmental pressure monitoring, data buoys, laser interferometers, and in agriculture and hydrology. The compact Vaisala PTB110 is especially ideal for data logger applications as it has low power consumption. Also an external On/Off control is available. This is practical when the supply of electricity is limited.
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