ADCA Series

The ADCA series of Amplified low pressure sensors are based upon a proprietary technology to reduce all output offset or common mode errors. This model provides a ratiometric 4-volt output with superior output offset characteristics. Output offset errors due to change in temperature, stability to warm-up, stability to long time period, and position sensitivity are all significantly reduced when compared to conventional compensation methods. In addition the sensor utilizes a silicon, micromachined, stress concentration en­hanced structure to provide a very linear output to measured pressure. These calibrated and temperature compensated sensors give an accurate and stable output over a wide temperature range. This series is intended for use with non-corrosive, non-ionic working fluids such as air, dry gases and the like. The output of the device is ratiometric to the supply voltage over a supply voltage range of 4.5 to 5.5 volts.

  • Features

    • 0.25 to 60 inH2O Pressure Ranges
    • Ratiometric 4V Amplified Output
    • Temperature Compensated Ranges Available in Standard,
      Industrial and Military ranges.
    • Calibrated Zero and Span
  • Applications

    • Medical Instrumentation
    • Environmental Controls
    • HVAC

equivalent Circuit

Pressure Sensor Maximum Ratings

Supply Voltage VS

+4.5 to +5.5 Vdc

Common-mode pressure

-10 to +10 psig

Lead Temperature, max
(soldering 2-4 sec.)

270°C

Environmental Specification

Compensated - Standard

5 to 50°C

Compensated - Industrial

-25 to 85°C

Compensated - Military

-40 to 125°C

Operating & Storage

-40 to 125°C

Humidity Limits

0 to 95% RH (non condensing)

Available Package

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20INCH-D2-4V Performance Characteristics

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Standard Pressure Range

Specification notes

Specification Notes


Note 1: Part number is available in Standard Compensation Temperature Range only.


Note 2: Shift is relative to 25°C between standard, industrial, or military compensated temperature range endpoints.


Note 3: Shift is within the first hour of excitation applied to the device.


Note 4: Measured at one-half full scale rated pressure using best straight line curve fit.


Note 5: The span is the algebraic difference between full scale output voltage and the offset voltage.


Note 6: Parameter is characterized and not 100% tested.