Measurement Specialties is a leading designer and manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based consumer products. Measurement Specialties produces a wide variety of sensors that use advanced technologies to measure precise ranges of physical characteristics including: pressure, motion, force, displacement, angle, flow, and distance. Measurement Specialties uses multiple advanced technologies including: piezoresistive applications, application specific integrated circuits (ASICs), micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), and piezopolymers. They also use strain gages to allow their sensors to operate precisely and cost effectively.
Measurement Specialties TSYS01 Digital Temperature Sensor features new technology combining a temperature sensing chip and a 24-bit ADC in a QFN16 package. Factory calibration coefficients provide highly accurate temperature information along with high measurement resolution. Microcontroller integration is achieved via an I2C or SPI interface. This sensor is designed for industrial control, HVACR, and heating/cooling systems. The low current draw of <12.5µA (standby <0.14µA) allows TSYS01 to be easily embedded in most electronic applications. With a broad operating range of -40ºC to +125ºC, it is ideally suited for thermistor and NTC replacement.
Measurement Specialties series 44 temperature-compensated, piezoresistive silicon pressure sensor is packaged in a dual-in-line configuration and intended for cost-sensitive applications where excellent performance and long-term stability or low-pressure ranges are required. Measurement Specialties series 4415, 4416, 4425, or 4426 pressure sensor is ideal for medical instruments, leak detection, pneumatic controls, HVAC, altitude/airspeed measurement, process control, and factory automation.
Measurement Specialties offers an ultra-low cost, high-reliability load cell with full scale ranges of 10, 25, 50 or 100 Ibf compression. The load cell features low-noise, low-deflection, 20mV/V nominal millivolt output, and a virtually unlimited life cycle. Applications include assembly forces, physical therapy devices, and hand tool forces.
The MSP 300 pressure transducer from Measurement Specialties is suitable for liquid or gas pressure measurements including difficult media such as contaminated water, steam, and mildly corrosive fluids. Applications include pumps, compressors, automotive test systems, and pressure instrumentation.