High Performance Feature‑Rich, Low Noise, Low Power SmartPressure™ Sensor
The ICP-20100 is a barometric pressure sensor based on MEMS capacitive technology, improving our lead in the development of ultra-low noise at the lowest power and progressing our industry-leading relative accuracy, sensor throughput, and temperature stability. The ICP‑20100 achieves the industry’s lowest pressure noise of 0.4 Pa RMS, while attaining the industry’s lowest power consumption of 1.0 µA, and retains excellent temperature stability with a temperature coefficient of ±0.5 Pa/°C.
The ICP-20100 capacitive pressure sensor can operate over wide temperature ranges and a variety of applications, meeting US carrier requirements for 3D geolocation and emergency applications such as the enhanced 911 (E911) system, enabling mobile indoor/outdoor navigation, improved activity identification for leisure, sport and fitness purposes, and altitude‑hold in drones. The sensor assists in extending battery life for “AlwaysOn” applications due to its extreme low-power consumption.
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Wearable Fitness Monitoring
With its accurate measurement and low power consumption, our pressure sensors enables support for E911 service for Smartphone, Tablets and other mobile devices. It easily exceeds the +/-3m height accuracy (e.g., floor determination) specified by FCC for E911 (emergency) calls.
Support for IPX8 waterproofing protects the device up to 10 ATM. This will offer a new level of device confidence in this ever-ruggedizing industry, and is perfect for tracking all kinds of fitness activity.
With mobile phones in almost everyone’s pockets, using our MEMS pressure sensors makes indoor positioning even more accurate as well a providing the best elevation data for exercise activities.
With waterproofing and small footprints our MEMS pressure sensors are great for the needs of drones, which require the most efficient ratio of weight to power distribution, and operate in various weather conditions.