Pressure Sensor Die
NovaSensor P122 High Silicon Pressure Sensor Die are piezoresistive pressure sensors offered in a miniature 0.10 in x 0.10 in (2.5mm x 2.5 mm) die. When excited with 1.0 mA,the P122 produces a millivolt output that is proportional to input pressure. With NovaSensor’s SenStable® process, the P122 provide long-term stability and excellent repeatability.
NovaSensor P165 Medical Silicon Absolute Pressure Sensor Die is a piezoresistive pressure sensor die offered in a miniature 1150 x 675 mm die that is small enough for three French catheters. The small size is made possible by NovaSensor’s proprietary Silicon Fusion Bonding (SFB) process. When excited with an AC or DC voltage source, the P165 produces a mV output that is proportional to input pressure. NovaSensor P165 is in a halfbridge design, where external resistors are needed to complete a full bridge configuration.
The NovaSensor P1905 Backside Absolute Pressure Sensor Die is a piezoresistive sensor die designed for absolute pressure measurements in aggressive (harsh) media.
The NovaSensor P2701 is a high sensitivity, low pressure sensor die. It is usable over a wide pressure range with long-term stability and repeatability.
The NovaSensor P330 Series of Absolute Pressure Sensor Die, or piezoresistive pressure die, offers the same superior stability and sensitivity as in larger chips, but in an extremely small footprint for invasive applications where small size is critical.
The NovaSensor P562 Medical Silicon Pressure Die is a piezoresistive pressure sensor that is specifically designed for medical applications. Low linearity errors, low input and low output impedance make the P562 and industry standard for disposable pressure sensor die.
The NovaSensor P883 Medium and High Pressure MEMS Sensor Die utilizes four piezoresistors combined in Wheatstone bridge circuit. When excited by either constant voltage or constant current, the P883 Die produces a differential millivolt output signal directly proportional to the applied pressure. Available as gage (differential) or absolute, the P883 also features high sensitivity, excellent overload capability and small temperature hysteresis over a wide temperature range.