TTI offers Omron’s rugged differential pressure sensor

Available in Europe through specialist component distributor, TTI, Omron’s D6F-PH differential pressure sensor is a type of MEMS chip with I²C digital output.

It uses Omron’s proprietary MEMS mass flow technology and features a redesigned internal flow path that produces low flow, high velocity/high impedance for a differential pressure output. The sensor is not sensitive to variations in bypass tube length, making it suitable for heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) applications which involve field-installed damper controls, explains TTI.

The D6F-PH series sensor is linearised and temperature-compensated and has what the company describes as “superior resistance to harsh environments”. It is RoHS- compliant and is been designed for applications such as projectors, computer servers, clogging detection, fuel cells, water heaters, boilers, combustion control, ducts, as well as air conditioners.

TTI is a Berkshire Hathaway company. It is an authorised, specialty distributor of interconnect, passive and electromechanical (IP&E) components and the distributor of choice for industrial and consumer electronics manufacturers worldwide.   Globally, the company maintains two million cubic feet of dedicated warehouse space containing over 850,000 component part numbers. Along with its subsidiaries, Mouser Electronics, Sager Electronics, and Symmetry Electronics, TTI employs over 5,400 employees and is represented in over 100 locations throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

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