MAP sensor 5 bar absolute TI

Pressure sensors work on a differential basis by measuring the difference between the applied pressure and a reference pressure. The reference can either be absolute vacuum pressure or atmospheric (ambient air) pressure. The sensor is...

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Pressure sensors work on a differential basis by measuring the difference between the applied pressure and a reference pressure. The reference can either be absolute vacuum pressure or atmospheric (ambient air) pressure. The sensor is therefore said to measure either 'absolute' or 'gauge' pressure.

Atmospheric pressure varies constantly from place to place, moment to moment depending on ambient weather conditions. The standard atmospheric pressure is approximately equal to typical air pressure at sea level and standardised to 101.325 kPa [or 0 psi(sg), 14.7 psi(a), 1.01 bar].

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