Honeywell launches new digital pressure sensors with CANopen

Honeywell Sensing and Control's new Digital Pressure Sensors with CANopen, Model DPS, are rugged, all-welded, provide consistent performance in harsh environments, and can be used in a wide range of demanding applications like transportation, process control, factory automation, medical equipment systems, and aerospace test and research.

Model DPS sensors are highly configurable, so customers can choose from multiple pressure types, accuracy levels, pressure ranges, pressure connections, and electrical terminations to meet specific application needs. Configurations for digital measurements are fully temperature compensated and calibrated for pressure ranges from 10psi to 10Kpsi or 1bar to 700bar or 70kPA to 70000kPa, with accuracy ranges of 0.25 per cent and 0.1 per cent, and operating and storage temperature ranges from -25degC to 85degC [-13degF to 185degF]. Built tough to withstand harsh environments, the Model DPS with CANopen protocol communication allows customers to connect to longer cable distances without sacrificing accuracy.

CANopen protocol communication allows customers to:

  • Connect to longer cable distances without sacrificing accuracy
  • Reduce the amount of wires that need to be connected to the system, simplifying installation
  • Mitigate data corruption
  • Simplify tracking each networked pressure sensor by using unique serial numbers
  • Configure the update rate between 10Hz to 250Hz, easing configurability

Customers can configure the devices to meet their specific application needs due to a wide pressure range, multiple pressure engineering units that eliminate having to make mathematical conversions, and a choice of connectors that simplify use.

All-welded, 300 series stainless steel and Hastelloy design allows for use in a wide range of harsh environments, while a mechanical shock rating of 100 G/11 ms and IP65 rating allow for use in harsh environments.

Customers can select the accuracy level required for their application. Additionally, Honeywell specifies Total Error Band +/-2 per cent FS, the most comprehensive, clear and meaningful measurement that includes nonlinearity, repeatability, hysteresis and temperature error.

Please follow the link for more information and data sheet for Digital Pressure Sensors with CANopen, Model DPS.

Honeywell Sensing and Control

1985 Douglas Drive North
Golden Valley
MN 55422
UNITED STATES

+1 973 455 2000

info.sc@honeywell.com

sensing.honeywell.com

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