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Healthcare

Superior Sensor Technology Announces First Dual, Multi-Range Pressure Sensor for Sleep Apnea Devices - News

September 28, 2021

New dual pressure sensor for positive airway pressure (PAP) products offers better performance and cost advantages over competing solutions.

IoT

Superior Sensor Technology Announces Deal with Particles Plus - News

July 01, 2021

Superior Sensor Technology announced Particles Plus has adopted its differential pressure sensor technology in their next-generation air quality monitoring instruments.

Industrial

Superior Sensor Technology Releases HS Series of DPT Subsystems - News

April 05, 2021

Superior Sensor Technology announced the release of its HS Series of differential pressure transmitter (DPT) subsystems.

Open Source

DEV KIT WEEKLY: Superior Sensor’s Differential Pressure Sensor Eval System - Video

April 02, 2021

This week’s review is a bit different from normal. And that’s because the board at the center of this evaluation system, the EB01-SPI, really isn’t the showstopper. This week’s showstopper is the ND Series of five piezoresistive MEMS pressure sensors that connect to it over, you guessed it, the serial peripheral interface (note that there’s an I2C variant of the board, too).

Analog & Power

Dwyer Using Superior Sensor Technology’s New HV210 Pressure Sensor - News

February 24, 2021

Superior Sensor Technology announced that Dwyer Instruments is using the HV210 pressure sensor in its Series DP3 Wireless Differential Pressure Module for measuring air flow and velocity in HVAC equipment.

Processing

How Semiconductor SoC Concepts are Transforming Sensors - Story

January 18, 2021

The integration of many components onto a single die revolutionized the consumer electronics industry. Instead of each feature having its own integrated circuit (IC), a system-on-a-chip IC integrates these distinct functions on a single die or substrate in order to reduce power, shrink the size and lower the cost of a product.