Particles Plus Adopts Superior Sensor's Differential Pressure Sensor Technology

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Particles Plus chose Superior Sensor because of the company’s feature-rich, application-specific NimbleSense architecture, which increases the accuracy and performance of air quality measurement devices while also reducing the design and manufacture time of new equipment.

FREMONT, CA: Superior Sensor Technology recently announced that Particles Plus has adopted Superior Sensor’s differential pressure sensor technology in their innovative air quality monitoring instruments for clean rooms and OEM applications. Superior Sensors Technology develops innovative pressure sensors for use in industrial, HVAC, and medical applications.

Particles Plus chose Superior Sensor because of the company’s feature-rich, application-specific NimbleSense architecture, which increases the accuracy and performance of air quality measurement devices while also reducing the design and manufacture time of new equipment.

“After extensive research, we found only Superior Sensors offering a digital differential pressure sensor that met our stringent performance requirements while also supporting our innovative design for manufacturing model,” said Brian Gannon, Business Development Manager, Particles Plus. “By integrating their sensor into our custom pressure sensor solution, we improve the temperature performance, provide more stable pressure readings, support a broader range of pressure values, and reduce additional design components, all resulting in an overall increase in performance and a reduction in design and manufacturing costs.”

For both OEMs and direct customers, Particles Plus is a leader in particle counter and air quality monitoring systems. The company develops and manufactures its own display, vacuum pump, battery, sensor, and counting technologies from the bottom up. The company’s solutions offer improved performance and enhanced functionality while lowering the overall cost of ownership by incorporating intelligence into each of its modules.

The NimbleSense architecture is one of the industry’s first advanced system-in-a-sensor solution, allowing clients to quickly develop unique differential pressure sensor subsystems tailored to their individual product applications using a proven set of building blocks. Particles Plus used NimbleSense to design a custom differential pressure sensor with features tailored to their needs. The NimbleSense Multi-Range technology, closed-loop control, and superior digital filtering are among these features.

Particles Plus can employ one sensor design across various applications with varying pressure needs thanks to Multi-Range technology, which supports up to eight factory-calibrated sensor ranges with no loss in error band, accuracy, or stability on each range. Closed-loop control increases the accuracy and responsiveness of air quality monitoring sensors by reducing loop delays in the electronic circuit by up to 100 times. The advanced digital filter feature eliminates sensor-induced mechanical noise, resulting in a significantly improved signal-to-noise ratio in sensor output and improved product performance.

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