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ot1 (Automotive) (OP)
21 Jul 08 9:40
I am looking for a pressure transducer, with a threaded port, for water, 80 PSI in the under $40 in small quantities(1-25).  Do they exist in my price range?  Looked at Sensata already but at my quantities they are double ($75) of what I was looking for..




 
carnage1 (Electrical)
22 Jul 08 19:22
on off or linear? and what accuracy?
 
ot1 (Automotive) (OP)
28 Jul 08 19:15
linear
accuracy maybe +- 2% or so.
I don't want to specify anything custom to keep the cost low.  I would sacrifice a PSI or two over cost.
Allen55 (Mechanical)
31 Jul 08 13:19
If you were buying 100+, some sensor companies might be able to provide an OEM style sensor.

For 25 pieces you you might consider a pc board mount sensor like omega's PX70 (This is just an example, there are many options that may be better for you & better priced!). Then you can buy a tube fitting from McMaster-Carr that will fit the sensor on one end and be thread on the other.

 
carnage1 (Electrical)
1 Aug 08 15:37
Id check out some of the stuff from Lucas Novasensor. I'm not sure what all packaging options they have but I would assume there 100 psi rated sensors would have some kind of threads.
sreid (Electrical)
2 Aug 08 8:18
Try Kavlico.  Don't know about pricing but they supply many sensors to the automotive industry.

http://www.kavlico.com/
vinnygalbo (Materials)
8 Aug 08 14:45
Have you looked at TURCK or SUNX pressure sensors.

http://www.clrwtr.com/Turck-Pressure-Sensor-Sensors.htm
http://www.clrwtr.com/Sunx-Pressure-Sensor-Sensors.htm

Not sure about their pricing tho.

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