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Pressure Transducers for Satellite Propulsion


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Inconel 718 and 304L CRES materials are used in our satellite transducers because of their compatibility with caustic propulsion media such as MMH, NOX, MON-3, etc. Most satellite transducer designs manufactured by Tavis utilize a ¼-inch tube stub for orbital tube welding into the spacecraft manifold tubing. The tube stubs are typically seamless 304L or 321; however, some designs incorporate a Titanium-to-304L transition tube for use with Titanium spacecraft plumbing.




Existing designs provide capabilities such as:
  • High pyro shock tolerance for nearby valves and separation nuts
  • Inherent secondary barrier for burst pressure containment
  • High proof and burst pressure capability
  • Connector or pigtail configurations
  • EMI filtering and immunity
  • Compact size
  • Low power consumption for long orbit life requirements
  • Space-grade parts; radiation-hardened components and shielding
  • No mounting feet option, or one-piece case and mounting feet configurations
  • Soldering procedures based on NASA-STD-8739.3


Sample Product

Pressure Range

Input Voltage

Output Signal

Vibration

10496 30 psia to 5000 psia 22 - 38 VDC 0.0 - 5.0 VDC
0.5 - 5.5
VDC
36.9 grms
10430 0-200 psia 24 - 33 VDC 0.0 - 5.0 VDC 19.3 grms
10499 0 to 550 psia
50 to 400 psia
22 - 36 VDC 0.5 - 6.0 VDC 13.92 grms
30000 30 psia to 6000 psia 24 - 32 VDC 0.0 - 5.0 VDC 15 grms

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