Hosted by Luke Smith, Avnet Abacus’ Product Manager, with a 30-minute technical presentation from Nicholas Argyle, Applications Engineers EMEA at TE Connectivity, this webinar explores:
- Pressure sensor applications
- Pressure sensor base technologies
- MEMS piezo-resistive
- MEMS silicon strain gauge
- Bonded foil strain gauge (BFSG)
- Choosing the right pressure sensor for your application
- Configuring a sensor from a datasheet
- Customisation options
Nicholas Argyle - Applications Engineer at TE Connectivity EMEA
Nicholas Argyle has worked in the Telecoms industry for 10 years as an electronics development engineer. He designed cable TV telephone and data backbone systems including high speed fibre optic data transmission circuits.
About TE Connectivity pressure sensors
TE Connectivity (TE) designs and manufactures pressure sensors ranging from the sensing element to system packaging for harsh environments. It is an industry leader for its range of both standard and custom pressure sensors, from board level components to fully amplified and packaged transducers. Based on piezoresistive Micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and silicon strain gauge (Microfused, Krystal Bond) technology, TE Connectivity's sensors measure everything from inches of water column (<5 mbar) to 100K psi (7K bar). Sophisticated design and advanced manufacturing techniques create reliable, cost-effective solutions for medical, HVACR, off-road, heavy equipment, hazardous locations, and general industrial applications.
|TE Connectivity webinar: Designing with pressure sensors (standard presentation)||English|
|TE Connectivity webinar: Designing with pressure sensors (extended presentation)||English|
|TE Connectivity sensor solutions brochure||English|
|White paper - Pressure sensors: Design considerations and technology options||English|
|Avnet Abacus sensor solutions brochure||English|
Pressure sensor product highlights from TE Connectivity
HTU21D and MS5637 BLE wireless sensor
TE Connectivity introduces the sensor tag demo V1.1 reporting humidity, temperature and barometric pressure through a standard low power 2.4GHz wireless communication protocol. Samples are available to request from Avnet Abacus now.