Pressure sensor with USB connectivity

Omega's PX51-USBH pressure sensor has a stainless steel body and comes with the choice of imperial or metric pressure ports and is designed to deliver pressure data directly to a computer via a USB output.
By Omega Engineering October 16, 2014

Omega's PX51-USBH pressure sensor has a stainless steel body and comes with the choice of imperial or metric pressure ports and is designed to deliver pressure data directly to a computer via a USB output. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringOmega’s PX51-USBH pressure sensor is designed to deliver pressure data directly to the user’s computer via a USB output. The 1kHz 24bit high precision USB core is combined with a heavy duty bonded film pressure sensor to extend the USB output capability to pressure ranges up to 30K PSI. The PX51-USBH comes with an all stainless steel body, as well as a choice of imperial or metric pressure ports. The transducer is temperature compensated from 60 to 160 F, and can be operated between -50 and 185 F. The PX51-USBH is available in pressure ranges from 750 to 30K PSI. Accuracy is +/-0.25% FS (linearity and hysteresis combined), and span and zero thermal effects are 0.003 and 0.005% FSO/F, respectively. It is CE approved to industrial specification EN16326-1:2006.

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