Wireless pressure sensor
AA | Industrial
Spook wireless pressure meters come in two variations and measure pressure in a PSIG sensor (pounds per square inch gauge). PSIG indicates that the pressure is relative to atmospheric pressure. This sensor measures pressure from 0-50 PSIG.
PSI pressure is a force acting on a surface area; the psi unit measures pressure as pounds of force and square inches of area. However, a PSIG ignores atmospheric pressure and measures the pressure difference between a supply tank and the outside air. The SI (International System of Units) derived unit for pressure is the pascal (Pa) which can easily be converted to PSIG.
Potential uses for wireless pressure sensors
- Compressed air supply lines
- Water supply lines
- Gas supply lines
Did you know?
Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician of which the pascal measurement (Pa) is named. Pa is an SI derived
unit of pressure or stress and is a metric pressure unit and is equal to a force of one newton per square
metre. Pa is derived from the equation
Blaise Pascal (B: 19th June 1623 – D: 19th August 1662)
Up to 300 PSIG
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