Dwyer Using Superior Sensor Technology’s New HV210 Pressure Sensor
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.
The HV210 is optimized for low-pressure HVAC applications. Further, the company says it is the features industry’s lowest noise floor, best Total Error Band (TEB), and dual die implementation. The sensor is configurable to work with seven different pressure ranges from 0.1” H2O to 10” H2O with an accuracy within 0.10% on each selected range.
This allows the Series DP3 Wireless Differential Pressure Module to support ultra-low pressures, auto ranging with performances down to 0.1” H2O.
According to a company press release, the HV210 supports seven pressures within one sensor, 25 Pa/0.1” H2O, 62.5 Pa/0.25” H2O, 125 Pa/0.5” H2O, 250 Pa/1” H2O, 625 Pa/2.5” H2O, 1250 Pa/5” H2O and 2500 Pa/10” H2O, with an accuracy within 0.10% and TEB of <0.15% on each selected pressure.
Superior Sensor’s new pressure sensor is based on the NimbleSense architecture, an intelligent systems-in-a-sensor that offers a high-performance, configurable, flexible sensor solution.
For more information, visit SuperiorSensors.com.