SMI's SM3041 Pressure Sensor Enters the Market with AccuStable Mark
FREMONT, CA: Elmos is a developer and manufacturer of mixed-signal semiconductor-based system solutions which simplifies the customers task. elmos subsidiary Silicon Microstructures (SMI) launched the SM3041 sensor which is completely digital and a medium pressure sensor which uses Micro-Electromechanical Systems (MEMS).
Silicon Microstructures (SMI), a subsidiary of elmos – the developer and manufacturer of mixed-signal semiconductor-based system solutions has launched the SM3041 sensor which is completely digital and a medium pressure sensor. It uses Micro-Electromechanical Systems (MEMS) to simplify the customer’s task.
The semiconductor represents the intelligence of an electronic system, which includes a chip that can be customized to the customer’s requirements. SM3041 is designed specifically for high performance, high accuracy and stability bringing in I2C digital interface. The sensor offers unique gauge and differential gauge that enables optimized signal resolution and diagnostics capability. The sensor is robust and has long-life resulting in more than 1% initial accuracy and less than 1% accuracy shift. The stability of the SMI sensor spots it with Accusable marking, a quality marking provided for sensors which last long..
SM3041’s Integrated temperature compensation ranges from +20 to +85 degree Celsius, also the pressure-sensor can take upto 5psi of pressure, further capacities are expanded to 15psi, 30psi, 60psi and 100psi. Featuring easy installation, the sensor can be mounted easily on a standard circuit board enabling calibration of pressure signal from digital interface. Such nature of the sensor helps in eliminating the compensation network or microcontroller which contains a custom correction algorithm. SMI’s sensor offers solution to many industries whose application is based on IC’s, sensors and Microsystems. The device is accessible in Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) SOIC16 package configurations.