The output signal obtained when the Reference Pressure is applied to all available pressure ports. Also known as „null‟ or „zero‟.
The maximum deviation in measured Offset at Reference Temperature relative to the target Offset as determined from the Ideal Transfer Function.
The range of pressure between minimum and maximum pressures at which the output will meet the specified operating characteristics.
The range of temperature between minimum and maximum temperature at which the output will meet the specified operating characteristics.
The maximum change in Offset of the product due to a change in position or orientation relative to the Earths gravitational field.'
The impedance across the output terminals of a transducer presented by the transducer to the associated external circuitry.
The rms, peak-to-peak (as specified) AC component of transducers DC output in the absence of a change in input pressure.
The smallest difference between output signal readings which can be meaningfully distinguished or resolved.
The maximum pressure that can be applied to a pressure instrument without significantly effecting its reading accuracy. Some manufacturers will state a maximum calibration shift following an over-pressure condition where others will state that the specification is unaffected.