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Launch of the world’s smallest differential pressure sensor

By Chemical Engineering |

SensirionIntroduced at electronica 2016 (Munich, Germany; November 8–11), the new SDP3x sensor’s small footprint of just (5 x 8 x 5) mm3 (photo) opens up new dimensions of integration and application possibilities. As with all the company’s differential pressure sensors, the SDP3x features excellent accuracy and longterm stability and has no zero-point drift, says the manufacturer. Furthermore, the SDP3x sensor is reflow solderable and provides extended functionality, such as multiple I2C addresses and interrupts. — Sensirion AG, Staefa, Switzerland

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