Under Pressure

Welcome to All Sensors “Put the Pressure on Us” blog. This blog brings out pressure sensor aspects in a variety of applications inspired by headlines, consumer and industry requirements, market research, government activities, and you.

Under Pressure

“Pressure, pushing down on me, pressing down on you.” Queen & David Bowie

Great song and, perhaps, a fitting summary for 2020. Adios, 2020! However, pressure, or more appropriately, the stress due to many traumatic moments of daily life, gets a bad rap, since we actually rely on pressure for a variety of life-enabling, life-sustaining and life-enhancing functions. Several of these have been addressed in previous “Put the Pressure on US” blogs. See: “The Pressures of Daily Life on Earth” and “The Pressures of a Modern Lifestyle” for more examples of pressures experienced every day.

Freddie Mercury and David Bowie sing Under Pressure

Freddie Mercury and David Bowie sing Under Pressure.
Source: YouTube.

To deal with the very real pressures of daily living, you need a wide variety of pressure sensors to measure, monitor and control air and a variety of gases, water and a variety of other liquids as well as numerous human body pressures. From low (<5 cmH2O) to high (<500 psi and even <6000 psi) pressures in  well-controlled to hostile environments, All Sensors offers 52 series of pressure sensors with a variety of outputs including basic, millivolt and amplified analog as well as digital to address these real pressures, including breathing.

All Sensors Corporation Low and Ultra-Low Pressure Sensors

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