MP3V5010DP with P1 < P2

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MP3V5010DP with P1 < P2

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torkomairware
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Would I damage the MP3V5010DP if I run it over a range of 50 kPa to 106 kPa at sea level?  In the range from 101 kPa to 106 kPa, P1 < P2. I am not tying to make measurements from 101 to 106 kPa, I just want to avoid damaging the sensor.

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miguelsalhuana
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I would like to know some more details of your particular use case. Are you using this sensor as a gauged device (one port vented to atmospheric pressure)? When you say that you will be taking measurements at 101 to 106kPa is this atmospheric pressure or line pressure?

Regards,

Miguel

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