The new DST P110 pressure sensor from Danfoss offers improved reliability, durability and performance for applications in the refrigeration and air conditioning markets. Thanks to its stainless-steel design and hermetically-sealed media interface, the DST P110 can withstand even the harshest application environments. The sensor runs on a new powerful electronics platform, which offers self-diagnostic capabilities and programmable features — all at a cost-effective price.
Features and benefits
Highly precise. The DST P110 provides a +/-1% Total Error Band accuracy across the application focused temperature range. Custom calibration profiles can be adapted to suit application-specific requirements. Hence, supporting a more efficient superheat control.
Robust and reliable. Optimized product packaging of the MEMS sensor and the signal conditioning electronics allows for excellent vibration resistance, thermal management properties and protection against moisture ingress.
Thoroughly tested. A “test-to-failure” method is an important part of the Danfoss product development process, providing an increased product design and specification insight. This method also allows for faster optimization and testing, improving time-to-market.
Forward-looking. The diagnostic capabilities with this sensor will benefit OEMs today — saving on troubleshooting costs — and well into the future, as more products integrate electronic capabilities.
Scalable. The new electronics platform enables OEMs to fine-tune the sensor performance specific to their application.
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DST P110 pressure sensors are well-suited for the following applications
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