|Analog and Digital Sensors|
AMSYS is a provider of advanced micromechanical sensors and sensor systems. With pressure measurement as its chief focus, the company supplies the entire spectrum of products in this field – from sensing elements to ready-to-use transmitters. Its largest range consists of OEM products which customers can use to configure their own sensors for all pressure measurement versions. Customized modifications are also possible above and beyond the standard product range.
AMSYS has also supplied select sensors from MEAS Specialties Inc. since 2010, including pressure modules, pressure transmitters, and the inclinometer series. OEM temperature sensors and magnetic sensors were added to the range of micromechanical sensors.
AMSYS GmbH & Co. KG, An der Fahrt 4, 55124 Mainz, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
| We were at the exhibition Sensor&Test 2017 which took place in
Nuremberg, Germany from May 30th till June, 1st 2017. It’s an
annual exhibition bringing together 600 exhibitors and more than 8000
It was a great occasion to introduce our brand new wireless sensor AMS 8607 BLE. You can easily get the information about the temperature, pressure and humidity your sensor is exposed to on your smartphone.
It's so new we do not have any datasheet at the moment. Write us to be the first in line to get it: email@example.com.
After presenting the digital sensor HTU(F)3800 AMSYS introduces the analog humidity sensor module - HTU(F)3500 - to be located between an measurement element and a ready-to-use transmitter. With help of this module, a transmitter for humidity and temperature can be set up in a simple manner. A processor and an industrial housing are still missing - that's all.
AMSYS presents the digital humidity sensor module - HTU(F)3800 - to be located between an measurement element and a ready-to-use transmitter. With help of this module, a transmitter for humidity and temperature can be set up in a simple manner. A processor and an industrial housing are still missing - that's all.
In the application note: two-wire current loop with the example of the 4 - 20 mA pressure transmitter - AMS 4712 – is shown, how the proven but nevertheless strange two-wire current interface (4..20 mA current loop) works.
The OEM pressure sensor AMS 5812 is distinguishable, among other things, by an analogue and a parallel digital output. A detailed description and the benefits of the parallel outputs for the application are shown in the application note: AMS 5812 - OEM pressure sensor with analogue and digital output.
The digital HTU(F)38XX and analog HTU(F)35XX series are ready-to-use plug and play sensor modules for accurate humidity and temperature measurement. They output the relative humidity and temperature value as digital signal in I2C or as analog value. The modules meet high chemical and physical requirements and are easy to mount. Supply of 3 V or 5 V
The miniaturized pressure transmitters AMS 3011
is offered in a robust metal package (IPF67). He is suitable for
absolute- relative- and differential pressure measurement and usable
for a large pressure range (between 50 mbar and 10 bar). With 0-5 V
output voltage and 8 - 36 V supply voltage the AMS 3011 is conform
to the industrial requirements
The differential low pressure sensor SM9543 with
digital I2C interface and 14bit resolution is available for the
pressure range ±5mbar. The pressure sensor housing features a
JEDEC compliant SOIC-16 footprint for straight-forward PCB design
and assembly. The SM9543 is particularly suitable for medical, HVAC
and gas measurement applications.
|The new digital 24bit triple sensor module MS8607 measures
barometric pressure, temperature and humidity in a very high
resolution. The sensor is mounted in a QFN-package (5.0x3.0x1.0
mm³). It is well suited for intelligent mobile applications due
to its small size, wide supply voltage and low power consumption.
| The MS5637 is a high precision barometric pressure module
and includes a linear pressure sensor and an ultra low power 24
bit-converter with internal factory calibrated coefficients. The MS5637
impresses with its small size (3.0x3.0x0.9mm³) and is especially
suitable for mobile high volume applications.