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2SMPP-03 MEMS Gauge Pressure Sensor

MEMS Gauge Pressure Senser Featuring Small Size and Low Power Consumption

  • Superior electrical characteristics at -50 kPa to 50 kPa pressure range.
    Offset voltage of -2.5±4.0 mV
    Span voltage of 42.0±5.5 mV
    (At rated pressure 50 kPa, 100 μADC Current supply)
  • Small package 6.1 × 4.7 × 8.2 mm (L × W × H).
  • Good temperature dependency
    at 0 to 85°C, at rated pressure 0 to 50 kPa
    Temp. influence of span of ±3.0%FS
    Temp. influence of offset of ±5.0%FS
    (100 μADC Current supply)
  • Rated power consumption of 0.2 mW
RoHS Compliant
Note: This web page provides an excerpt from a datasheet. Refer to Product Datasheet and other applicable documents for more information.
Model Classification Structure Packaging MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity)
2SMPP-03 Bottom Port Type SOP Plastic sleeve 112 pcs/ 1 sleeve
Item 2SMPP-03
Type of pressure*1 Gauge pressure
Sensing method*2 Piezoresistance
Pressure medium Air
Driving method Constant current drive
Drive current 100 μA DC
Pressure range -50 to 50 kPa
Withstand pressure -80 to 120 kPa
Absolute maximum current 200 μA DC Max.
Ambient operating temperature range -20 to 100°C (with no condensation or icing)
Ambient operating humidity range 10% to 95% (with no condensation or icing)
Ambient storage temperature range -40 to 120°C (with no condensation or icing)
Ambient storage humidity range 10% to 95% (with no condensation or icing)
Weight 0.17 g
Note: 1. The above values are initial values measured at ambient temperature condition of 23°C.
Note: 2. Please avoid caustic gases.

Operating characteristics
Positive pressure (at rated pressure 0 to 50 kPa)
Item Min. Typ. Max. Unit
Supply current --- 100 --- μADC
Bridge resistance 18.0 20.0 22.0 kohm
Operating pressure range 0 --- 50 kPa
Offset voltage -6.5 -2.5 1.5 mV
Span voltage 36.5 42.0 47.5 mV
Non-linearity 0.3 0.8 1.3 %FS
Pressure hysteresis -0.2 0.0 0.2 %FS
Temperature influence of span voltage at 0°C -1.0 1.0 3.0 %FS
Temperature influence of span voltage at 50°C -2.1 -0.1 1.9 %FS
Temperature influence of span voltage at 85°C -2.0 1.0 4.0 %FS
Temperature influence of offset voltage at 0°C -4.0 -1.0 2.0 %FS
Temperature influence of offset voltage at 50°C -2.0 1.0 4.0 %FS
Temperature influence of offset voltage at 85°C -3.0 2.0 7.0 %FS

Negative pressure (at rated pressure 0 to -50 kPa)
Item Min. Typ. Max. Unit
Supply current --- 100 --- μADC
Bridge resistance 18.0 20.0 22.0 kohm
Operating pressure range -50 --- 0 kPa
Offset voltage -6.5 -2.5 1.5 mV
Span voltage -48.5 -43.0 -37.5 mV
Non-linearity -0.3 0.2 0.7 %FS
Pressure hysteresis -0.2 0.0 0.2 %FS
Temperature influence of span voltage at 0°C -1.2 0.8 2.8 %FS
Temperature influence of span voltage at 50°C -1.9 0.1 2.1 %FS
Temperature influence of span voltage at 85°C -1.8 1.2 4.2 %FS
Temperature influence of offset voltage at 0°C -4.0 -1.0 2.0 %FS
Temperature influence of offset voltage at 50°C -2.0 1.0 4.0 %FS
Temperature influence of offset voltage at 85°C -3.0 2.0 7.0 %FS
Note: 1. The above values are initial values.
Note: 2. Ambient temperature condition: 23°C without Temperature property.
Note: 3. The above values are operated at 100 μADC
Note: 4. The above values are operated at 0 to 50 kPa, and 0 to -50 kPa.
Note: 5. Offset voltage is defined as the output voltage at 0 kPa rated pressure.
Note: 6. Positive span voltage is defined as the algebraic difference between the output voltage at 50 kPa rated pressure and the output voltage at 0 kPa rated pressure.
Note: 7. Negative span voltage is defined as the algebraic difference between the output voltage at -50 kPa rated pressure and the output voltage at 0 kPa rated pressure.
Note: 8. Hysteresis is defined as follows,
In case of positive pressure:
{The output voltage difference at 0 kPa before and after a pressure cycle (0 to 50 to 0 kPa)} / (span voltage) × 100 [%FS].
In case of negative pressure:
{The output voltage difference at 0 kPa before and after a pressure cycle (0 to -50 to 0 kPa)} / (span voltage) × 100 [%FS].
Note: 9. Temperature influence of span voltage is defined as follows,
{Span voltage at 0°C. - span voltage at 25°C. } / span voltage at 25°C. × 100 [%FS]
{Span voltage at 50°C. - span voltage at 25°C. } / span voltage at 25°C. × 100 [%FS]
{Span voltage at 85°C. - span voltage at 25°C. } / span voltage at 25°C. × 100 [%FS]
Note: 10.Temperature influence of offset voltage is defined as follows,
{Offset voltage at 0°C. - offset voltage at 25°C. } / span voltage at 25°C. × 100 [%FS]
{Offset voltage at 50°C. - offset voltage at 25°C. } / span voltage at 25°C. × 100 [%FS]
{Offset voltage at 85°C. - offset voltage at 25°C. } / span voltage at 25°C. × 100 [%FS]
(unit: mm)

  
Note: Unless otherwise specified, the tolerance for all of the above drawings is ±0.3 mm.

Precautions for Correct Use

Handling the Sensor

(1) Only air can be used as pressure media on the products directly. It is prohibited to use pressure media including corrosive gases (e.g. organic solvents gases, sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide gases), fluid and any other foreign materials.
(2) The products are not water proof. Please keep dry in use.
(3) Don't use the products under dew-condensing conditions. Frozen fluid on sensor chips may also cause fluctuation of sensor output and any other troubles.
(4) Don't put foreign materials (e.g. a wire and a pin) into a connecting tube. It may cause breakage of pressure sensor chips or fluctuation of sensor output caused by clogging the tube.
(5) Use the products within rated pressure. Usage at pressure out of the range may cause breakage.
(6) Don't use under high-frequency vibration including ultrasonic wave.
(7) The products may be broken by static electricity. Charged materials (e.g. a workbench and a floor) and workers must provide measures against static electricity, including ground connection.
(8) Overpowering terminals may deform them and detract their solder abilities. Don't drop and handle the products roughly.
(9) Don't use the products under humid or dusty condition.
(10) Terminals connection of pressure sensors must be handled as directed by a connection diagram.
 

Environmental Condition for Transportation and Storage

(1) It is prohibited to keep the products with corrosive gases (e.g. organic solvents gases, sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide gases).
(2) The products are not water proof. Please keep dry during storage.
(3) An anti-static treatment has been applied to the sleeves. Please note the following points.
1. Getting wet may remove an anti-static treatment and eliminate its effect.
2. The sleeve may feel sticky under hot and humid condition due to the nature of the anti-static treatment.
3. Anti-static has aging degradation. It is prohibited to keep the sleeves for more than six months. The sleeves are also non-reusable.
(4) Keep in an appropriate temperature and humidity condition specified as
Temperature : 5 to 30°C , Humidity : 40 to 60%.
(5) As the lead is plated with silver, there is a possibility of being tarnished depending on storage condition.
Not guarantee the tarnishing after shipping. Be careful the method of storage.
(6) Don't keep the products under humid or dusty condition.
 

Mounting Method

• Use lands on the printed-circuit boards to which the sensor can be securely fixed.
• Fix pin No.2 on the printed-circuit boards, not fixed causes fluctuation of sensor output signals.
 

Soldering Method

• Due to its small size, the thermal capacity of the pressure sensor is low. Therefore, take steps to minimize the effects of external heat.
• Dip soldering bath: Max. 260°C, within 10 sec.
• Soldering iron: Max. 260°C, within 10 sec.
• Do not heat the case of sensor package, heat only terminal.
• Use a non-corrosive resin type of flux. Since the pressure sensor chip is exposed to the atmosphere, do not allow flux to enter inside.
 

Cleaning

• Since the pressure sensor chip is exposed to atmosphere, do not allow cleaning fluid to enter inside.
• Avoid ultrasonic cleaning since this may cause breaks or disconnections in the wiring.
• Do not wash the print circuit board after the pressure sensor is mounted using detergent containing silicone. Otherwise, the detergent may remain on the surface of the pressure sensor.
 

Coating

• Do not coat the pressure sensor when it is mounted to the print circuit board.