Fields of application for pressure sensors 4 ? summary

In previous articles about the fields of application of different pressure sensors, I have described the special features of the various versions. Pressure range and ambient conditions are decisive when choosing the right sensor for a problem to be solved.
In smaller measuring ranges (e.g. < 10 bar), you should know whether a vented gauge pressure, non-vented gauge pressure or absolute pressure sensor is used because, with a process pressure of 10 bar, the indication of the measured value (1.23/10 bar x 100 % = 12.3 % measurement uncertainty) moves between 8.77 bar and 11.23 bar in line with the selected reference point (0 or 1 bar) and the varying ambient pressure (+/- 230 mbar).
In case of high pressures (e.g. > 1000 bar), it is becoming less and less vital that you know which sensor type can be used because the maximum error of just one 1.23 bar only leads to a measurement uncertainty of just one 1.23 bar / 1000 bar x 100% = 0.123 %. The fields of applications described listed below are just a few selected types of the sometimes very different fields of application of the different pressure sensors and show that, in each case, the precise accuracy requirements and ambient conditions should be considered.
Overview applications pressure sensor
More articles relating to this topic:
Fields of application for pressure sensors 1 ? vented gauge pressure sensors
Fields of application for pressure sensors 2 ? Cheer -vented gauge pressure sensors
Fields of application for pressure sensors 3 ? absolute pressure sensors

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