i’m attempting a build.
I will be using 5 pressure sensors. here are the specs:
Pressure Range: 0-200 psi
Output: 0.5V – 4.5V linear voltage output. 0 psi outputs 0.5V, 100 psi outputs 2.5V, 200 psi outputs 4.5V
Working Temperature: -40—+125ºC;.
Thread: 1/8"-27 NPT.
Overload Capacity: 2 times;
Pressure Medium: The gas and liquid which is compatible with 316L stainless steel;
Load Resistance: ≤(supply power-6.5V/0.02A)Ω;
Long-term stability: ± 0.2%FS/year;
Temperature Effect on Zero: Typical: ±0.02%FS/ºC; Maximum: ±0.05%FS/ºC;
Temperature Effect on Sensitivity: Typical: ±0.02%FS/ºC; Maximum: ±0.05%FS/ºC;
Shock Resistance: 100g;
Anti-Shock: ≤±0.01%FS(X,Y,Z axes, 200Hz/g);
Response Time: ≤1ms;
Insulation Resistance: >100mΩ 500VDC;
Explosion-proof Class: ExiaTTCT6;
Electromagnetism Compatibility: EN50081-1; EN50082-2; IEC6 1000-4-3 ;
Wiring connector: water sealed quick disconnect. Mating connector and wire harness (pigtail) is included.
Wiring: Red for IN+. Black for GND. Green for OUT.
would i be correct by running a 600Ω resistor parallel to each sensor to bring the voltage down to ≤1.8v and go from pin 7 or 8 to the five sensors, then run sensor1 signal and a 600ohm resistor in parallel to pins P9 35, sensor2 signal and a 600ohm resistor in parallel to P9 36, and so on?
thanks for any input.