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Applications in high-pressure ballistics, detonation, and explosive research and testing are well suited for charge mode pressure sensors.
These sensors have resilient ceramic-coated integrated diaphragms, floating clamp nuts, and steady quartz sensing components.
Designed for dependable operation in temperatures up to +500°F (+260°C), the Dytran series 2300C is a high-temperature piezoelectric charge mode pressure transducer with a sensitivity of 0.35 PC/psi.
The series 2300C has a steady quartz sensing element and a measuring range of 100 to 15,000 psi. It is housed in a tough stainless steel container with a probe-style construction, weighs only 6.5 grams, and has a 10-32 axial connector.
Additionally, the Dytran series 2300C is acceleration corrected to lessen the possibility of erroneous ambient vibration signals contributing to signal output, boosting the transducer’s inherent frequency and enabling an extremely quick rise time.
Charge mode pressure sensing is available in the Dytran Series 2200C. For dependable operation at temperatures up to +260 °C, the design of this model makes use of a stable quartz sensing element.
Additionally, it measures between 100 and 15,000 psi. Acceleration compensation is built into this sensor. This lessens the possibility of background vibration signals influencing the signal output. It is made of a sturdy stainless steel housing and is designed like a probe.
The Global Charge Mode Pressure Sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
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