The amplified analog sensor systems combine a signal-conditioning ASIC with a pressure sensor cell. The ASIC provides an amplified analog output signal which is ratiometric to the supply voltage. The SOIC-16 package has a standard JEDEC footprint and can easily be integrated in the PCB layout. For the uncalibrated SM6250 sensor the customers will have to perform calibration over pressure and temperature in their module or system, while the calibrated SM6844 and SM2113 sensors are fully signal-conditioned and temperature compensated.
The Silicon Microstructures' SM6250 Series of MEMS pressure sensors combines state-of-the-art pressure sensor technology with CMOS mixed-signal processing technology in a dual ported SOIC-16 package.
The SM6844 Series is an absolute pressure MEMS sensor family offering state-of-the-art pressure transducer technology and CMOS mixed signal processing technology to produce an analog, fully conditioned, pressure and temperature compensated sensor in JEDEC standard SOIC-16 package with a single horizontal porting option.
The SM1111 features an absolute pressure sensor for barometric air pressure measurement (BAP). It includes a piezo-resistive pressure sensor die and a signal processing IC, which performs amplification and thermal compensation of the pressure sensor output to provide a linear, thermally stable signal output.
The Silicon Microstructures SM2113 OEM pressure sensor combines state-of-the-art pressure sensor technology with CMOS mixed signal processing technology to produce an amplified, fully conditioned, multi-order pressure and temperature compensated sensor in a small SO16 plastic package.