Ceramic pressure sensors Ceracore USC30

Kleiner kapazitiv keramischer Drucksensor von Endress+Hauser

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As the “heart” of pressure gauges, the Ceracore capacitive ceramic measuring cell guarantees cost-efficient, reliable and safe process control in millions of Endress + Hauser pressure gauges and customer-specific applications. The new Ceracore 4.0 measuring cell offers you even better performance, more flexible adaptations to your application and an application-specific configurability. The new generation of the Ceracore measuring cell ensures reliable measurements and a special degree of stability through:

  • Outside diameter of 17.5 mm
  • Standardized measuring ranges from 0 … 100 mbar to 0 … 100 bar
  • Patented metallic active solder connection of sensor base element and membrane
  • Metallic coating of the sensor base element for improved EMC compatibility and reduced installation sensitivity
  • Made of high-purity ceramic (99.9% Al2O3), highly resistant and chemically neutral to a wide range of process media
  • As a dry measuring cell without the use of oils for pressure transmission, the Ceracore is absolutely vacuum-resistant
  • Highest overload resistance
  • Linearized and temperature compensated output

Interfaces for communication

  • Analogue output signal
    • Ratiometric
    • Absolut
  • Digital output signal
    • SPI
    • UART
  • Digital and analogue output signal combined
  • Switching output
  • Temperature output

Application-specific configuration

  • Factory pre-configured sensor (damping, turn-down, measuring range, etc.)
  • Adjustable measuring rate for optimal resolution / power consumption
  • Customer-side configuration possible
  • Output of pressure and temperature signal possible
  • Power consumption 2.5 to 10 mW

Security

  • Self-monitored measuring cell for maximum safety
  • Communication via secure protocols
  • Improved EMC resistance
  • Approved e.g. ATEX
  • RoHS
  • FDA-listed materials

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