MEMS and Sensors

Sensors Expo 2019: Honeywell to launch isolated pressure sensor

26 June 2019

Honeywell will launch a new media-isolated pressure sensor for a range of devices, such as aggressive fluids and water, at this week’s Sensors Expo 2019, taking place June 26-27 in San Jose, California.

Honeywell will also demonstrate its AMR series speed and direction sensor that can operate in -40° C to 150° C temperature ranges that requires no calibration, has zero speed output and has pole-size independent operation.

Also, Honeywell will showcase the N670X and N360X barcode scan engines for mobile applications as well as the company’s HPM 2.5 compact particulate sensor, a laser-based sensing device that detects airborne particulates within 15% accuracy.

Additionally, the FP5000 pressure transducer is made to withstand rugged environments using R&D design and test, production manufacturing, quality control and assurance processes. Finally, the V15W2 basic switch for explosive environments, repeatable switch performance and heightened safety in high-volume will also be on display.

For more Electronics360 coverage of the Sensors Expo & Conference, click here.

To contact the author of this article, email PBrown@globalspec.com


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