Sealed sensor unit which measures pressure relative to an internally sealed
vacuum. Typically applications are P0, P3 in aircraft engine applications. Also sometimes used for high pressure such as hydraulic, brake and oxygen pressures
The maximum difference at any measurand value between the output with and
without the application of a specified constant acceleration along specified axes.
Normally specificied in transverse and perpendicular directions. (% FSO/g)
The ratio of error to Full Scale Output often expressed in percent of Full Scale output. (%FSO)
A material added as a dopant to a semiconductor to make it p-type by accept-in valence electrons and leaving holes behind that can conduct electric charges. Normally Boron is used for doping Silicon.
Abbreviation for analog to ditigal
AN electronic device used to convert an analog voltage to a digital signal.
The verticle distance above a specified reference datum such as sea level.
The conditions (Pressure, temperature, etc.) of the device's environment.
An output of analog voltage derived from processing of digital and/or analog input to circuitury within an (electronic) device. Normally a continuous function of the measurand except as modified by device resolution.
A unit for Ultra-high frequencies equal to ten raised to the power -10 meters.
A heating process that reverse damage to the crystal structure or to activate dopant.
The error due to the orientation of the device relative to direction of the force of gravity on the transducer.