PS,PF Pressure Sensor Datasheet by Panasonic Electronic Components

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-S/PF PRESSURE Panasonic Corporation
PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
ASCTB86E 201407-T1
ORDERING INFORMATION
High precision
pressure sensor
(without amp.)
PS/PF PRESSURE
SENSOR
FEATURES
1. Ultra-miniature size (for PS
pressure sensor)
2. High-level precision and linearity
3. Impressive line-up of models
Taking their place alongside the
standard 5kΩ bridge resistance models
are those with a 3.3kΩ resistance which
is optimally suited to 5V drive circuits.
• Economy model (no glass base) gives
outstanding value for consumer
appliances
40 kPa (0.4 kgf/cm2) and 49 kPa (0.5 kgf/
cm2) units are also available.
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
(Please evaluate under actual conditions
before using.)
• Industrial use (pressure switches
and pneumatic devices, etc.)
• Medical use (blood pressure
monitors, compressed air pressure
measurement, air beds, etc.)
• Other pneumatically operated
pressure devices
PS pressure sensor
PF pressure sensor
RoHS compliant
<Terminal profile and direction>
1: DIP terminal
2: DIP terminal
(Direction opposite the
pressure inlet direction)
(Pressure inlet direction)
<Product name>
1: PF pressure sensor
4: PS pressure sensor
ADP
<Rated pressure>
0:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
A:
4.9 kPa
34.3 kPa
49.0 kPa
98.1 kPa
196.1 kPa
343.2 kPa
490.3 kPa
833.6 kPa
980.7 kPa
40.0 kPa
<Type>
1: Standard type (With glass base)
2: Economy type (Without glass base)
<Bridge resistance>
Nil:
0:
3:
PF 5kΩ
PS 5kΩ
3.3kΩ
Note: Some part numbers may not be available depending on the combination.
Please refer to the Table of Product Types.
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PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
ASCTB86E 201407-T1
TYPES
RATING
Notes: *1. Unless otherwise specified, measurements were taken with a drive current of ±0.01 mA and humidity ranging from 25% to 85%.
*2. Please consult us if a pressure medium other than air is to be used.
*3. For PS pressure sensor only
*4. This is the regulation which applies within the compensation temperature range.
*5. Please consult us if the intended use involves a negative pressure.
Type Standard type (With glass base)
Economy type
(Without glass
base)
Type of pressure Gauge pressure
Pressure medium Air*2
Rated pressure Unit: kPa 4.9 34.3 to 343.2 490.3 833.6 980.7 98.1*3980.7*340.0
Max. applied pressure Twice the rated pressure 1.5 times the rated pressure Twice the rated
pressure
1.5 times the
rated pressure
Twice the rated
pressure
Bridge resistance 5000±1000Ω3300±700Ω3300±600Ω
Ambient temperature –20 to 100°C –4 to 212°F (no freezing or condensation) –5 to +50°C
+23 to +122°F
Storage temperature –40 to 120°C –40 to 248°F (no freezing or condensation) –20 to +70°C
–4 to +158°F
Standard temperature 25°C 77°F30°C 86°F25°C 77°F
Temperature compensation
range 0 to 50°C 32 to 122°F0 to 60°C 32 to 140°F5 to 45°C
41 to 113°F
Drive current
(constant current) 1.5 mA DC 1.0 mA DC 1.5 mA DC
Output span voltage 40±20 mV 100±40 mV 65±25 mV 43.5±22.5 mV
Offset voltage ±20 mV ±15 mV
Linearity ±0.7%FS ±0.3%FS ±0.5%FS ±0.6%FS ±1.0%FS ±0.3%FS
Pressure hysteresis ±0.6%FS ±0.2%FS ±0.4%FS ±1.0%FS ±0.7%FS
Offset voltage-temperature
characteristics*4±15%FS ±5.0%FS ±3.5%FS ±10%FS
Sensitivity-temperature
characteristics*4±10%FS ±2.5%FS ±1.3%FS
1. DIP terminal
Standard packing: Carton: 100 pcs.; Case: 1,000 pcs.
Brige resistance Part No.
PS pressure sensor PF pressure sensor
Terminal
5kΩ3.3kΩ5kΩ3.3kΩ
Pressure
DIP terminal:
Direction
opposite the
pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Direction
opposite the
pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Direction
opposite the
pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Direction
opposite the
pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
Standard type
(with glass
base)
4.9kPa ADP41010 ADP42010 ADP1101 ADP1201
34.3kPa ADP41210 ADP42210 ADP1121 ADP1221
49.0kPa ADP41310 ADP42310 ADP1131 ADP1231
98.1kPa ADP41410 ADP42410 ADP41413 ADP42413 ADP1141 ADP1241
196.1kPa ADP41510 ADP42510 ADP1151 ADP1251
343.2kPa ADP41610 ADP42610 ADP1161 ADP1261
490.3kPa ADP41710 ADP42710 ADP1171 ADP1271
833.6kPa ADP41810 ADP42810 ADP1181 ADP1281
980.7kPa ADP41910 ADP42910 ADP41913 ADP42913 ADP1191 ADP1291
Economy type
(without glass
base)
40.0kPa ADP41A23 ADP42A23 ADP11A23 ADP12A23
Panasonic Corporatxon
PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
ASCTB86E 201407-T1
REFERENCE DATA
[PS pressure sensor]
1. Characteristics data
2. Pressure cycle range (0 to rated pressure)
Tested sample: ADP41913, temperature: 100°C 212°F, No. of cycle: 1×106
[PF pressure sensor]
1. Characteristics data
1.-(1) Output characteristics
ADP41913
Drive current: 1.0 mA; temperature: 30°C 86°F
1.-(2) Offset voltage – temperature
characteristics
ADP41913
Drive current: 1.0 mA; rating ±3.5%FS
1.-(3) Sensitivity – temperature characteristics
ADP41913
Drive current: 1.0 mA; rating ±2.5%FS
60
40
50
20
30
10
0980.7/20 980.7
Pressure, kPa
Output voltage (mV)
4
3
2
1
0
–2
–1
30060
Temperature, °C°F
Offset voltage – temperature characteristics (%FS)
+86+32 +140
4
3
2
1
0
–2
–1
Sensitivity – temperature characteristics (%FS)
30060
Temperature, °C°F
+86+32 +140
Offset voltage range Output span voltage range
Even after testing for 1 million times,
the variations in the offset voltage and
output span voltage are minimal.
–3
–2
0
0
1
–1
3
2
5×1051×106
Pressure cycle, cycle
Offset voltage range (%FS)
–3
–2
0
1
–1
3
2
5×1051×106
0
Output span voltage range (%FS)
Pressure cycle, cycle
1-(1) Output characteristics
ADP1141
Drive current: 1.5 mA; temperature: 25°C 77°F
1-(2) Offset voltage – temperature
characteristics
ADP1141
Drive current: 1.5 mA; rating ±5%FS
1-(3) Sensitivity – temperature characteristics
ADP1141
Drive current: 1.5 mA; rating ±2.5%FS
100
80
60
40
20
0
–20
–40 490 98.1
Pressure, kPa
Output voltage (mV)
4
3
2
1
0
–2
–1
Offset voltage – temperature characteristics (%FS)
25050
Temperature, °C°F
4732 122
4
3
2
1
0
–2
–1
Sensitivity – temperature characteristics (%FS)
25050
Temperature, °C°F
4732 122
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PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
ASCTB86E 201407-T1
2. Pressure cycle range (0 to rated pressure)
Tested sample: ADP1131, temperature: 25°C 77°F
Evaluation test
Note: For details other than listed above, please consult us.
Classification Tested item Tested condition Result
Environmental
characteristics
Storage at high temperature Temperature: Left in a 120°C 248°F constant temperature bath
Time: 1,000 hrs. Passed
Storage at low temperature Temperature: Left in a –40°C –40°F constant temperature bath
Time: 1,000 hrs. Passed
Humidity Temperature/humidity: Left at 40°C 104°F, 90% RH
Time: 1,000 hrs. Passed
Temperature cycle
Temperature: –40°C to 120°C –40°F to 248°F
1 cycle: 30 Min.
Times of cycle: 100
Passed
Endurance
characteristics
High temperature/high humidity
operation
Temperature/humidity: 40°C 104°F, 90% RH
Operation times: 106, rated voltage applied Passed
Mechanical
characteristics
Vibration resistance
Double amplitude: 1.5 mm .059 inch
Vibration: 10 to 55 Hz
Applied vibration direction: X, Y, Z 3 directions
Times: 2 hrs each
Passed
Dropping resistance Dropping height: 75 cm 29.528 inch
Times: 2 times Passed
Terminal strength Pulling strength: 9.8 N {1 kgf}, 10 sec.
Bending strength: 4.9 N {0.5 kgf}, left and right 90° 1 time Passed
Soldering
resistance
Soldered in DIP soldering bath Temperature: 230°C 446°F
Time: 5 sec. Passed
Temperature Temperature: 260°C 500°F
Time: 10 sec. Passed
Offset voltage range Output span voltage range
Even after testing for 1 million times,
the variations in the offset voltage and
output span voltage are minimal.
–2
–1
0
0
1
2
1×1055×1051×106
Pressure cycle, cycle
Offset voltage range (%FS)
Output span voltage range (%FS)
–2
–1
0
0
1
2
1×1055×1051×106
Pressure cycle, cycle
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PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
ASCTB86E 201407-T1
DIMENSIONS (mm inch)
[PS pressure sensor]
The CAD data of the products with a CAD Data mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/ac/e/
1. Terminal direction: DIP terminal Direction opposite the pressure inlet direction ADP41
8.2 Max.
.323 Max.
.374
9.5
7.2
.283
0.5
.020
2.5
2.5 dia.
.098 dia.
2.5
.098 .098
4 dia.
.157 dia.
JAPAN
Atmospheric pressure
inlet hole
456
213
Pressure inlet hole
1.1 dia. .043 dia.
.138
3.5
4.6
.181
5
.197
4
.157
7.2
.283
0.25
.010
R 0.2
R .008
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Terminal connection diagram
7.5
.295
6-0.9 dia.
6-.035 dia.
2.52.5
.098.098
R2
R3
R1
R4
1
2
3
4
6
–Input+Input
5
is no connection
+Output
–Output
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
Terminal No. Name
1 Power supply (+)
2 Output (+)
3 Power supply (–)
4 Power supply (–)
5 Output (–)
6 No connection
General tolerance: ±0.3 ±.012
CAD Data
2. Terminal direction: DIP terminal Pressure inlet direction ADP42
JAPAN
456
213
7.2
.283
Pressure inlet hole
1.1 dia. .043 dia. 7.2
.283
Atmospheric pressure
inlet hole
2.5
.098 2.5 dia.
.098 dia.
0.5
.020
2.5
.098
3.7
.164
4 dia.
.157 dia.
.138
3.5
5
.197
4
.157
8.2 Max.
.323 Max.
.374
9.5
0.25
.010
R 0.2
R .008
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Terminal connection diagram
5 dia.
.197 dia.
6-0.9 dia.
6-.035 dia.
7.5
.295
2.52.5
.098.098
R2
R3
R1
R4
1
2
3
4
6
–Input+Input
5
is no connection
+Output
–Output
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
Terminal No. Name
1 Power supply (+)
2 Output (+)
3 Power supply (–)
4 Power supply (–)
5 Output (–)
6 No connection
CAD Data
General tolerance: ±0.3 ±.012
6 60 6 60 Panasonic Corporatxon
PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
ASCTB86E 201407-T1
[PF pressure sensor]
1. Terminal direction: Direction opposite the pressure inlet derection ADP11 ()
0 to 15°
2.54
.100
0.5
.020
1.2
.047
2.54
.100
.400
10.16
.394
10
3 dia.
.118 dia.
JAPAN
321
456
Atmospheric pressure
inlet hole Pressure inlet hole
0.8 dia. .031 dia.
0.6
.024
0.25
.010
R0.5
R.020
C0.5
C.020
8.6
.339
1.1
.043
6
3.3
4.9
.236
.130
.193
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Tolerance: ±0.1 ±.004
Terminal connection diagram
6-.035 dia.
6-0.9 dia.
2.54
5.08
.100
.200
10.16
.400
2.54
.100
+Output Output
Input
+Input
R2R1
R4R3
Note: Leave terminal 4 unconnected.
Terminal No. Name
1 Output (–)
2 Power supply (+)
3 Output (+)
4 No connection
5 Power supply (–)
6 Output (–)
General tolerance: ±0.3 ±.012
CAD Data
2. Terminal direction: Pressure inlet direction ADP12 ()
0 to 15°
1.2
0.5
2.54 2.54
.047
.020
.100 .100
10.16
.400
.118 dia.
3 dia.
.394
10
JAPAN
321
456
Atmospheric pressure
inlet hole Pressure inlet hole
0.8 dia. .031 dia.
0.25
.010
C0.5
.020
R0.5
.020
.024
0.6
0.25
.010
6
3.3
.236
.130
4
.157
8.6
.339
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Tolerance: ±0.1 ±.004
Terminal connection diagram
6-.035 dia.
6-0.9 dia.
2.54
5.08
.100
.200
10.16
.400
2.54
.100
6 dia.
.236 dia.
+Output Output
Input
+Input
R2R1
R4R3
Note: Leave terminal 4 unconnected.
Terminal No. Name
1 Output (–)
2 Power supply (+)
3 Output (+)
4 No connection
5 Power supply (–)
6 Output (–)
General tolerance: ±0.3 ±.012
CAD Data
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PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
ASCTB86E 201407-T1
NOTES
1. Mounting
Use lands on the PC boards to which the
sensor can be securely fixed.
2. Soldering
Due to its small size, the thermal capacity
of the pressure sensor DIP type is low.
Therefore, take steps to minimize the
effects of external heat.
Damage and changes to characteristics
may occur due to heat deformation.
Use a non-corrosive resin type of flux.
Since the pressure sensor DIP type is
exposed to the atmosphere, do not allow
flux to enter inside.
1) Manual soldering
• Set the soldering tip from 260 to 300°C
500 to 572°F (30W), and solder for no
more than 5 seconds.
• Please note that output may change if
the pressure is applied on the terminals
when the soldering.
Thoroughly clean the soldering iron.
2) DIP soldering (DIP terminal type)
• Please keep the DIP solder bath
temperature no higher than 260°C 500°F.
When soldering, heat should be applied
no longer than five seconds.
When mounting onto a PCB of low
thermal capacity, please avoid DIP
soldering as this may cause heat
deformity.
3) Solder reworking
• Finish reworking in one operation.
• For reworking of the solder bridge, use
a soldering iron with a flat tip. Please do
not add more flux when reworking.
• Please use a soldering iron that is
below the temperature given in the
specifications in order to maintain the
correct temperature at the tip of the
soldering iron.
4) Too much force on the terminals will
cause deformation and loss in
effectiveness of the solder. Therefore,
please avoid dropping and careless
handling of the product.
5) Please control warping of the PCB
within 0.05 mm of the sensor width.
6) When cut folding the PCB after
mounting the sensor, take measures to
prevent stress to the soldered parts.
7) The sensor terminals are designed to
be exposed, so contact of the terminals
with metal shards and the like will cause
output errors. Therefore, please be
careful and prevent things such as metal
shards and hands from contacting the
terminals.
8) To prevent degradation of the PCB
insulation after soldering, please be
careful not to get chemicals on the
sensor when coating.
9) Please consult us regarding the use of
lead-free solder.
3. Cleaning
1) Since the pressure sensor chip is
exposed to the atmosphere, do not allow
cleaning fluid to enter inside.
2) Avoid ultrasonic cleaning since this
may cause breaks or disconnections in
the wiring.
4. Environment
1) Please avoid using or storing the
pressure sensor chip in a place exposed
to corrosive gases (such as the gases
given off by organic solvents, sulfurous
acid gas, hydrogen sulfides, etc.) which
will adversely affect the performance of
the pressure sensor chip.
2) Since this pressure sensor chip does
not have a water-proof construction,
please do not use the sensor in a location
where it may be sprayed with water, etc.
3) Avoid using the pressure sensors chip
in an environment where condensation
may form.
Furthermore, its output may fluctuate if
any moisture adhering to it freezes.
4) The pressure sensor chip is
constructed in such a way that its output
will fluctuate when it is exposed to light.
Especially when pressure is to be applied
by means of a transparent tube, take
steps to prevent the pressure sensor chip
from being exposed to light.
5) Avoid using the pressure sensor chip
where it will be susceptible to ultrasonic
or other high-frequency vibration.
5. Quality check under actual loading
conditions
To assure reliability, check the sensor
under actual loading conditions. Avoid
any situation that may adversely affect its
performance.
6. Other handling precautions
1) That using the wrong pressure range
or mounting method may result in
accidents.
2) The only direct pressure medium you
can use is dry air. The use of other
media, in particular, corrosive gases
(organic solvent based gases, sulfurous
acid based gases, and hydrogen sulfide
based gases, etc.) and media that
contains moisture or foreign substances
will cause malfunction and damage.
Please do not use them.
3) The pressure sensor chip is positioned
inside the pressure inlet. Never poke
wires or other foreign matter through the
pressure inlet since they may damage
the chip or block the inlet. Avoid use
when the atmospheric pressure inlet is
blocked.
4) Use an operating pressure which is
within the rated pressure range. Using a
pressure beyond this range may cause
damage.
5) Since static charge can damage the
pressure sensor chip, bear in mind the
following handling precautions.
(1) When storing the pressure sensor
chips, use a conductive material to short
the pins or wrap the entire chip in
aluminum foil. Plastic containers should
not be used to store or transport the
chips since they readily become charged.
(2) When using the pressure sensor
chips, all the charged articles on the
bench surface and the work personnel
should be grounded so that any ambient
static will be safely discharged.
6) Based on the pressure involved, give
due consideration to the securing of the
pressure sensor DIP type and to the
securing and selection of the inlet tube.
Consult us if you have any queries.
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PS (ADP4)/PF (ADP1)
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APPLICATION CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (EXAMPLE)
MOUNTING METHOD
The pressure sensor is designed to
convert a voltage by means of constant
current drive and then, if necessary, it
amplifies the voltage for use. The circuit
shown below is a typical example of a
circuit in which the pressure sensor is
used.
OP
AMP
OP
AMP
OP
AMP
Constant current
circuit unit
Pressure
sensor
Amplifier circuit unit
The general method for transmitting air
pressures differs depending on whether
the pressure is low or high.
• Checkpoints for use
(1) Select a pressure inlet pipe which is
sturdy enough to prevent pressure leaks.
(2) Fix the pressure inlet pipe securely so
as to prevent pressure leaks.
(3) Do not block the pressure inlet pipe.
Methods of transmitting air pressures
When the pressure
is low
When the pressure
is high
(4.9 to 98.1 kPa) (196.1 to 980.7 kPa)
If a tube is used as the pressure inlet pipe,
it may become disengaged. Therefore, use
a sturdy tube and secure it using O-rings.
Tube
PC board PC board
O-ring
Pressure
inlet pipe

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