Now at Mouser: Superior Sensor Technology’s VN Series Pressure Sensors for High Flow Oxygen Device Applications

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Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components™, is now shipping the VN Series pressure sensors from Superior Sensor Technology. The VN Series sensors are a comprehensive set of pressure sensors for ventilator and high-flow oxygen devices.

Superior Sensor Technology’s VN Series pressure sensors, available from Mouser Electronics, are based on Superior’s NimbleSense™ architecture, providing inlet (wall and tank), flow, inspiratory, expiratory, and barometric pressures while eliminating the need for the ventilator to oversample sensor outputs, as the sensor oversamples at 12 kHz and includes internal bandwidth filters to provide a clean > 1 kHz data rate.

The VN Series pressure sensors also utilize Multi-RangeTM technology, which combines an advanced piezoresistive sensing element featuring integrated amplification with an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and digital signal processor (DSP) for increased dynamic range. This design eliminates the need for fine-tuning or additional calibration. VN Series pressure sensors provide 24-bit output resolution and two extreme resolution sensors for flow, with approximately 18-bit effective resolution at high bandwidth.

The Superior Sensor Technology EK07-VN sensor evaluation board, also available at Mouser, is designed to evaluate the capabilities of the VN Series pressure sensor series. This evaluation board leverages a USB interface to plug into any standard computer with the provided software. The EK07-VN sensor evaluation board is cost-effective and offers excellent data logging capabilities to compare results. This evaluation board is equipped with a socket that can be used to change target devices quickly.

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