Silicon Microstructures Inc. has announced to extends its low pressure product lineup by introducing the SM9D and SM9G product ranges. The SM95 sensor dies has been made available in an SO16 package, which allows high-volume assembly of SMI’s proven SM95 sensors for those who do not need the fully compensated digital solutions offered by the company.
The new devices operate in the temperature range of -40C to +85 C and meet the AEC-Q100 Reliability standard. A wide range of packages has been made available such as the dual vertical ports for the smallest footprint, dual horizontal ports for the lowest profile and single vertical port for gauge applications.
Moving on, three pressure ranges are offered from 10 cm H20 (0.15 psi) to 100 cm H20 (1.5 psi). All the devices are typically powered at 3.3 or 5 Volts and have uncompensated , unamplified milivolt outputs. The combination of a unique FEA-assisted electro-mechanical design along with advanced MEMS processing in SMI’s captive fabrication facility aid in simplifying integration of these devices into myriad medical and industrial applications.
“SMI has built a reputation of being a world market leader in low pressure sensing delivering high stability and accuracy for industrial and medical applications,” says Omar Abed, President and CEO if Silicon Microstructures. “The SM9D and SM9G product lines bring this high level of performance to customers who are seeking an uncompensated, low pressure solution to enable high resolution, high accuracy, or custom calibration for specific applications.”
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