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The 1865-03G-KDN is a high-performance Force/Pressure Transducer designed to address the needs specialized OEM applications. Offering laser-trimmed compensation, the Model 1865 series may be specified to operate with either a constant current or voltage supply. The Model 1865 employs a solid state piezoresistive pressure transducer suitable for use with the applications where force is applied by a flexible membrane to the sensor, such as found in infusion pumps. The Model 1865s precision height silicone diaphragm provides long life and is a reliable replacement for older force or load cell transducer. Utilizing a silicon rubber diaphragm and the 1865 is compatible with some liquid media applications.
  • Silicon pressure/force interface diaphragm
  • Force measurement for infusion pump applications
  • Pressure measurement for liquid media
  • Medical-grade materials
  • 8-pin DIP electrical connection
  • Laser trimmed
  • Choice of voltage or constant current excitation


Sensing & Instrumentation, Medical

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