How to Prevent Pressure Transducer Failures

Learn about the 6 environmental conditions that cause transducers to fail & increase operating costs

Systems designed and manufactured by an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) commonly specify pressure transducers during the design process. These systems are then shipped to the end user for installation in various settings.

What many design engineers do not realize is that the OEM's manufacturing environment can push a transducer to its limits even before the system is shipped to the end user. It's easy to forget that pressure transducers are highly engineered pieces of electrical equipment due to their small size and resemblance to simple mechanical components.

This whitepaper discusses the manufacturing conditions which can cause transducer problems including failure, and how to avoid these costly oversights.

Environmental Conditions Discussed in the Whitepaper:
  1. Temperature
  2. Voltage Spikes
  3. Fluorescent Lighting
  4. EMI/RFI
  5. Shock & Vibration
  6. Overpressure

Complete the form to learn how 6 environmental conditions cause pressure transducer failures & increase operating costs.

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