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TE Connectivity Pressure Sensor Modules | New Product Brief

June 18, 2019 by Mouser Electronics

Include these pressure sensor modules in your next design for optimized altimeter applications.

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TE Connectivity Pressure Sensor Modules | New Product Brief

TE Connectivity's Measurement Specialties MS5837-02BA Pressure Sensor Modules are optimized for altimeter and barometer applications.  

The modules feature a compact ceramic-metal package filled with a dielectric gel to protect the pressure sensing element from moisture and can be used with an O-ring to form a watertight seal against the device enclosure. The pressure sensor operates from a 1.5 to 3.6 volt supply, with low active and standby currents.

The module can operate from 300 to 1200 millibar and provides 13-centimeter resolution at sea level. It communicates over an I2C interface and requires no external components, reducing design size and complexity.  

TE offers the MS5837-02BA sensor with options for improved chlorine resistance and shielding for reduced signal noise and interference.

  • Ceramic-metal package, 3.3 x 3.3 x 2.75mm
  • Watertight sealing with 1.8 x 0.8mm O-ring
  • Low power
    • 0.6 µA (standby ≤ 0.1 µA at 25°C)
    • Supply voltage: 1.5 to 3.6 V
  • High-resolution module
    • Operating range: 300mbar to 1200mbar
    • 13 cm resolution at sea level
  • Options for improved chlorine resistance and shielding

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