TDK offers miniaturised, highly sensitive MEMS pressure sensor element
Designed to measure a range of 0 to 100 mbar, TDK Corporation’s C35 type pressure sensor element combines high sensitivity with low dimensions of 2.05 x 2.05 x 1.2 mm, enabling compact pressure sensor designs.
The pressure sensor element with ordering code B58601E35 works according to the piezoresistive principle via a Wheatstone bridge and is certified for an operating voltage of up to 10 V.
Offering a high sensitivity of 110 mV/V/bar, C35 is suitable for applications with high demands of sensitivity, accuracy and long-term stability of 0.1% FSON.
Furthermore, C35 is designed for a wide temperature range from -40 degrees C to +150 degrees C and is suitable for pressure measurements of non-aggressive gases and liquids. The main uses are in applications that require high reliability and extremely precise pressure measurement, such as medical engineering and the industrial and automotive sectors.
TDK Corporation is a leader in electronic solutions for the smart society based in Tokyo, Japan. It was established in 1935 to market ferrite, a key material in electronic and magnetic products.
The company’s portfolio features passive components such as ceramic, aluminum electrolytic and film capacitors, as well as magnetics, high-frequency, and piezo and protection devices. The range of products also includes sensors and sensor systems such as temperature and pressure, magnetic and MEMS sensors.
In addition, TDK provides power supplies and energy devices and magnetic heads. These products are marketed under the product brands TDK, EPCOS, InvenSense, Micronas, Tronics and TDK-Lambda.
TDK focuses on demanding markets in automotive, industrial and consumer electronics, and information and communication technology. The company has a network of design and manufacturing locations and sales offices in Asia, Europe, and in North and South America.
In fiscal 2021, TDK posted total sales of $13.3 billion and employed about 129,000 people worldwide.
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