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SMI Introduces MEMS Pressure Sensor for Pressure Switch Designs

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SMI launches the new SM6842 MEMS ultra-small, ported pressure sensor especially designed for pressure switch designs and high volume OEM manufacturing. The small form factor provides design flexiblity with a high output for both analog and digital signal-conditioning.

Milpitas, California (PRWEB) June 25, 2014

SMI (Silicon Microstructures, Inc.), a global leading developer and manufacturer of MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) pressure sensors for over 23 years, introduces the SM6842 MEMS pressure sensor designed especially for pressure switch designs and available in an absolute pressure range of 15 PSI (103kPa). The pressure sensor housing is based on standard surface mount technology and features a JEDEC compliant SOIC-8 footprint for straight-forward PCB design and assembly. The small footprint is 5 x 6 mm2 including the leads with a height of just 7.6 mm to the top of the port providing flexibility in space challenged designs with a typical 127 mV output for signal-conditioning customization.

The SM6842 with a vertical port enables interfacing with tubing or manifold designs for industrial applications such as pressure switches or vacuum measurement to space-constrained medical applications in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT). The SM6842 is especially designed for OEM applications enabling cost-effective, large volume manufacturing. With a protective gel, the SM6842 enables the following applications:

    INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
     Pressure Switches
     Hand-held Gauges
     Digital Pressure Gauges
     Environmental Monitoring
     Compressor Controllers

    MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
     Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)
     Surgical & Respiratory Equipment
     Barometric Correction
     Pump Controllers

    CONSUMER APPLICATIONS
     Appliances
     Sports Equipment
     Altimeters

    FEATURES
     Operating Temperature Range: -40oC to +125oC
     Output: 127 mV @ 5V, 15 PSIA
     Voltage Supply: Up to 10 Volts
     Complies with RoHS and REACH requirements

The ultra-small SM6842 provides customers with great design flexibility and performance for cost-sensitive and space constrained designs in the industrial, medical and consumer markets, notes Omar Abed, President and CEO at SMI Pressure Sensors. As SMI looks to continue its push to innovate and expand its offerings to customers, we are excited to offer the smallest, ported pressure sensor in the market!

SMI debuts the SM6842 at Sensors Expo 2014 just outside of Chicago, Illinois, on June 25.

About SMI
SMI is an ISO/TS16949:2009 certified premier developer and manufacturer of MEMS-based pressure sensors for a broad range of markets, with over 23 years of experience and expertise in low pressure and harsh environment pressure sensors that meet todays stringent requirements for medical, automotive and industrial applications. SMIs design, production and quality control processes have enabled it to develop both the most sensitive and smallest MEMS pressure sensors available on the market today.

SMI is a member of the worldwide Elmos Semiconductor Group, offering proven solutions to a range of industries, based on application-specific ICs, sensors and complete microsystems.

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