Sensitivity. Stability. Accuracy. These are features you can rely on with the S Series, the newest MEMS silicon pressure sensor die from Merit Sensor. It is produced in our own wafer fab in South Jordan, Utah, USA, along with all of Merit Sensor’s other products, where we can ensure the highest quality. To learn more about its features, read this short article.
How do the two available pressure types differ?
Gauge, or gage, pressure is relative to ambient/atmospheric pressure. Absolute pressure is relative to a vacuum-sealed reference cavity, where the pressure is always zero.
How should the MEMS die be mounted and connected?
The MEMS die should be mounted to a substrate using a low-durometer silicone glue and electrically connected via wire bond using an ultrasonic gold or aluminum wire.
Where are the MEMS die produced?
Merit Sensor owns and operates its own wafer fab on site at its South Jordan, Utah, USA, headquarters. All of our products are produced at this facility.