A different kind of sensor called a differential pressure sensor is used to gauge the pressure difference between two sites in a fluid or gas system. It is intended to provide details regarding the pressure drop or differential between two different points. This kind of sensor is frequently employed in a variety of fields and applications where keeping track of pressure variations is essential for upholding effectiveness, safety, and performance.
For instance, a differential pressure sensor can be used to keep tabs on the status of the air filter in the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) industry. There is a pressure drop across the filter as dust and other particles are gathered in the air as it travels through the filter.
The differential pressure sensor is utilised at two distinct sites in the exhaust manifold to monitor the pressure decrease between two points in the flow pattern. It periodically reports the particle filter’s charge status and keeps an eye on its operation.
In order to maintain optimal air quality and system functionality, the sensor recognises this pressure differential and alerts the user when the filter needs to be cleaned or replaced.
Ventilators are a good illustration of a practical example in medical equipment. By monitoring the pressure difference between the patient’s airway and the ambient, differential pressure sensors are essential components of these devices. This knowledge aids medical practitioners in ensuring that the ventilator is efficiently supplying the patient with the necessary air pressure to support effective breathing.
Differential pressure sensors are used in exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) systems in the automotive sector. The engine control unit may control the recirculation of exhaust gases for emission control and engine efficiency thanks to these sensors, which measure the pressure difference between the exhaust gases and the intake manifold.
The Global Differential pressure sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The performance benchmark for differential pressure transducers used in challenging situations is set by the D5100 series differential pressure transducer, which has a 316L stainless steel wetted surface.
The D5100 series pressure transducer’s amplified model surpasses the most recent heavy industrial CE criteria, including those for surge protection and reverse polarity protection.
All wetted parts of the amplified and mV output pressure transducers are made of 316L stainless steel, and both include two pressure ports for high and low pressures. They range from 1 to 500 psi and have a variety of electrical setups (up to 35 Bar).
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