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Pressure Sensors Forum Discussions

Glyons
Pressure Sensors
Can the KP229E3518  sensor be used in a pure hydrogen atmosphere?   Also, what if the sensor is exposed to a pressure above the rated range?  At what ... Show More
kumari_ucal
Pressure Sensors
Hi, I used sp49 Sensor for my TPMS Application. Instead of RF we are using BLE for Communication. But my sensor power consumption is 0.9mA. Is it poss... Show More
Med
Pressure Sensors
Hello, i have question please. For the DPS368, the temperature accuracy  : ± 0.5°C . What temperature range is it in (0 to 60°C)? thank you Show More
364278326
Pressure Sensors

请问SP4X_DEV_KIT 开发板 支持P490芯片吗

Debairam
Pressure Sensors
I cannot read the data returned by a KP466P driven by a 8 bits MCU in C. I write two bytes in series through the SPI port, followed by two 0x00 bytes ... Show More
VIMA1974
Pressure Sensors
Dear, i have couple of question on pressure sensor KP264 and usage of Diag1\Diag2 . 1- The Diag1 and Diag2 test shall be triggered  at start-up or aft... Show More
malchowb
Pressure Sensors
Hi, I have a KP466 sensor on our boards.  It is a shared SPI bus with one CS going to the KP466 and another CS going to a CAN controller.  The CAN con... Show More
ZAksakal
Pressure Sensors
We bought SP4X_DEV_KIT. I am trying to communicate with SP400-15-11 sensor and CC1101 SubGHz transceiver. I can see it's broadcasting on 433MHz. But i... Show More
Med
Pressure Sensors
Hello,I'm currently using your S2GOPRESSUREDPS368TOBO1 module integrating the DPS368 pressure sensor. Today I received the order for 5 modules, and I ... Show More
Med
Pressure Sensors

Hello,

I hope you are well

How many mechanical shocks (in g) does the DPS368 sensor support?
Thanks in advance

Forum Information

Pressure Sensors

Our XENSIV™ family of digital absolute barometric pressure sensors gives designers the best choice when it comes to mobile and wearable devices. Highlights include small form factors to facilitate system integration, highest precision and relative accuracy over a wide temperature range, fast read-out speeds via the serial I2C/SPI interface, and low power consumption to ensure longer battery lifetimes. All of our air sensing solutions have a FIFO buffer that can store the last 32 measurements. Since the host processor can remain in sleep mode for a longer period between readouts, the FIFO buffer can reduce system power consumption further.