Pressure Sensors used CPAP machines for Sleep Therapy

Pressure sensors play a critical role in CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines stands for ensuring a continuous positive airway pressure. Light air pressure from the CPAP machine helps make sure your airway doesn’t close and interrupt your breathing as you sleep.

The CPAP machine has a small motor that blows air into a tube that connects to a mask that covers your nose and mouth, or in some cases just your nose.

CPAP Sensors

Sensor Functions & Design Criteria

-Low Differential Pressures ~ 16 inH20
-Dual Side Port (Tubing) or MM (manifold mounting)
-Extremely Small Footprint (SM95D)
-Backside entry for best media compatibility

Delta P Sensor for Oxygen Flow
Barometric Pressure Sensor (Mass Flow Calculation)

-Absolute Pressure Measurement, 15PSIA
-No Port , Vertical Hole configurations

Compatible Sensor for CPAP Machines

MCT-SM95D Series

MCT-4D Series