Mass Air Flow Sensors
Excel Even Under Harsh Operating Conditions
Mass air flow sensors from Posifa Technologies have been proven in a wide variety of applications from industrial use to medical equipment. The platforms they are based on provide us flexibility to offer a variety of flow ranges, output options, and mechanical interfaces to best suit our customers’ existing architectures. Working together we can identify which options may be best for fast time-to-market and which may be best for long-term growth.
Our solid-state MEMS air flow sensors eliminate the need for a surface cavity or fragile membrane on the sensor die, making the sensor resistant to pressure shock and clogging from water condensation or dust particles. With our third-generation sensor die already in high volume production, you can be assured of a reliable and stable product.
Sensor solutions from Posifa Technologies offer outstanding repeatability and scalability for high-volume implementation and the most efficient overall system cost. Using our experience with our standard sensors already in the market, we can work with your team to explore a variety of custom options.
General Purpose Mass Flow Sensor for Gases measuring flow rates under 10 SLM. Analog voltage and digital I2C outputs available.
General Purpose. Compact form factor. Measure flow rates under 10 SLM. Analog voltage or digital I2C outputs. Learn more...
General Purpose. Standard medical cone fittings. Measure flow rates up to 300 SLM. Analog voltage or digital I2C output. Learn more...
For portable medical respiratory devices. Push-to-connect or elbow barb fittings. Analog voltage or digital I2C outputs. Learn more...
General Purpose. Manifold mountable. Measure flow rates under 6 SLM. Analog voltage or digital I2C outputs. Learn more...
For respiratory care and other medical applications. Measure flow rates up to 100 SLM. Analog voltage and digital I2C outputs in one compact package. Learn more...
Posifa Technologies announces the next generation of its mass air flow sensors for use in respiratory care and other medical and instrumentation applications. Learn more...