The A150 Desiccated Case allows our pressure transducers to connect to a CWS900 Wireless Sensor Interface (for use in a wireless sensor network) or to be connected to a prewired enclosure. A desiccated enclosure is necessary in these situations because pressure transducers need to be vented externally to allow equilibrium with the atmospheric pressure. This requirement prevents our pressure transducers from connecting directly to the CWS900 interface or a prewired enclosure.
The A150 has external vents and a port for routing the pressure transducer’s vented cable. Inside the A150 is a terminal strip for splicing a continuation cable onto the end of the vented cable. The A150’s continuation cable length is user specified and can terminate in pigtails, a prewired-enclosure connector, or a CWS900 connector.