Pressure sensor 0-200KPa (29psi). Uses I2C to Communicate. Works with Arduino and RPi well. Uses 3.3V only.Designed by Celtic Engineering Solutions in United States of America
The SF-6 is based on the Fujikura AP4 200KPa (29PSI) 13bit pressure sensor. This device currently has a supply voltage requirement of 3.3V. Other voltages (3.0V and 5.0V) are available. If your n...Read More…
The SF-6 is based on the Fujikura AP4 200KPa (29PSI) 13bit pressure sensor. This device currently has a supply voltage requirement of 3.3V. Other voltages (3.0V and 5.0V) are available. If your needs require one of these voltage levels please inquire for a quote. The accuracy if the senor is ±1.5% of Full Scale over a temperature range of 0 to 85°C. The sensor also contains an integrated 10-bit temperature sensor. The pressure port is 3mm outside diameter with a 6mm length. It communicates using a 2-wire interface compatible with I2CTM.
When purchased, additional information will be emailed to you including a Bill of Materials, pdf Schematic, board and Microchip datasheets, Altium schematic, Altium schematic and PCB libraries. Comes with Arduino code that retrieves the data packet, separates out the pressure, temperature and status bits and applies the compensation for over and under temperature range. User interface and data display on the serial monitor.
Be sure to check out the Arduino code review on YouTube: https://youtu.be/gVW32EHQwV4
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Our products come with a data package that is a zip file. This must be emailed to you so we will need your email address. The data package contains a Bill of Materials, pdf Schematic, board and Microchip datasheets, Altium schematic, Altium schematic and PCB libraries.
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