Kistler 603B pressure sensor
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Kistler 603B|
|Definition||A miniature quartz piezoelectric pressure sensor with acceleration compensation, capable of measuring high frequency pressure. The pressure range is from vacuum to 200 bar (2900 PSIA) at temperatures up to 200 C. The natural frequency is beyond 300 kHz. The measured pressure acts through the diaphragm on the quartz crystal measuring element, which transforms the pressure into an electrostatic charge. The stainless steel diaphragm is hermetically welded flush to the stainless ssteel sensor body. As the ceramic insulator of the connector is also hermetically welded the entire sensor is hermetically sealed. The quartz disks are assembled together with a seismic mass in a way to compensate for the acceleration sensitivity. Further information may be found at http://www.kistler.com/us/en/products/components/pressure-sensors/.|
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