Part Number: MP3V5004DP

Manufacturer: NXP USA Inc

Description: SENSOR 0.57PSID 0.13″ 3V 8SOP

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Technical Specifications of MP3V5004DP

Datasheet  MP3V5004DP datasheet
Category Sensors, Transducers
Family Pressure Sensors, Transducers
Manufacturer Freescale Semiconductor – NXP
Series MP3V5004
Part Status Active
Pressure Type Differential
Operating Pressure 0.57 PSI (3.92 kPa)
Output Type Analog Voltage
Output 0.6 V ~ 3 V
Accuracy ±2.5%
Voltage – Supply 2.7 V ~ 3.3 V
Port Size Male – 0.13″ (3.3mm) Tube, Dual
Port Style Barbed
Features Temperature Compensated
Termination Style PCB
Maximum Pressure 2.32 PSI (16 kPa)
Operating Temperature 0°C ~ 85°C
Package / Case 8-BSOP (0.475″, 12.06mm Width) Dual Ports, Same Side
Supplier Device Package

MP3V5004DP Description

Do you require an accurate and trustworthy pressure sensor for your next project? Look no further than the piezoresistive transducer from the MP3V5004G series. This cutting-edge monolithic silicon pressure sensor is intended for various applications, especially microcontrollers or processors with A/D inputs. This sensor produces an accurate, high-level analogue output signal proportional to the applied pressure using highly sensitive implanted strain gauges, cutting-edge micromachining methods, and thin-film metallization.

Additionally, it has a temperature compensation range of 10 to 60 degrees Celsius and is offered in gauge surface mount form. The sensor is a great choice for applications including medical devices, HVAC systems, and industrial process control because of its stability and longevity in hostile settings. The MP3V5004G series piezoresistive transducer is the ideal option if you want to guarantee accurate pressure measurements.


Modern monolithic silicon pressure sensors, such as the MP3V5004G series piezoresistive transducer, are especially useful in applications that use microcontrollers or microprocessors with A/D inputs. This sensor produces a precise, high-level analogue output signal proportional to the applied pressure by combining a highly sensitive implanted strain gauge with sophisticated micromachining methods, thin-film metallization, and bipolar processing.


  • Temperature Compensated from 10°C to 60°C.
  • Durable Thermoplastic (PPS) Package.

Operating Characteristics

  • Excitation Range: The device is ratiometric within the 2.7 to 3.3 VDC indicated excitation range.
  • Span: An equation defining the span of a device at 306 mm H2O (3 kPa) is the algebraic difference between the output voltage at the given pressure and the output voltage at the minimum rated pressure.
  • Offset: The output voltage at the lowest rated pressure is referred to as the device’s offset or Voff.

Reliability (Error Budget): The following characteristics characterize the device’s accuracy:

  • The output’s divergence from a straight-line relationship with pressure over the prescribed pressure range is linearity.
  • Temperature hysteresis is the output variance at any temperature within the operating temperature range, following a temperature cycle to and from the minimum or maximum working temperature points with no applied differential pressure.
  • Pressure hysteresis, measured at 25 °C, is the output variation at any pressure within the prescribed range when this pressure cycles to and from the minimum or maximum rated pressure.
  • Indicator Stability: The output variation after 1.5 million pressure cycles at the minimum rated pressure and 1000 temperature cycles between -30° and 100°C.
  • TcSpan: The output variance from 25°C over the temperature range of 10° to 60°C.
  • TcOffset: Over the temperature range of 10° to 60°C, relative to 25°C, the output varies with the minimum rated pressure applied.
  • Change from Nominal: The deviation from nominal values for Offset or Full Scale Span at 25°C expressed as a percentage of VFSS.
  • Supply Current: The device has a 10 mAdc supply current.
  • Full-Scale Span Voltage: The device’s full-scale span voltage is 1.8 V.
  • Depending on the excitation voltage, the device’s offset voltage (VOFF) can be anywhere between 0.45 and 0.75 V.
  • Sensitivity: The instrument has a sensitivity of 0.6 V/kPa or 5.9 mV/mm H2O.
  • Accuracy: The datasheet contains information on the device’s accuracy from 10 to 60 °C and for pressure ranges of 0 to 100 mm H2O and 100 to 400 mm H2O.
  • The device is auto-zeroed at the factory installation to account for external mechanical loads and mounting positions that may affect the measurement of zero pressure output. The greatest temperature change between auto-zero and measurement is assumed to be 5°C for the specified accuracy. For specific details, see AN1636.
  • Temperature Range: The equipment can function between -40°C and 125°C.
  • Pressure Range: The instrument can measure pressures between 0 and 400 mm H2O.
  • Response Time: The equipment responds quickly, usually in less than 1 ms.
  • Stability: The instrument has good stability and can sustain precision for a considerable time.
  • Surface mount and through-hole packaging options for the gadget make it simple to integrate into electronic systems.
  • The device has a high shock and vibration tolerance rating and is certified to work in severe situations.
  • Calibration: The datasheet includes instructions on calibrating the device to ensure accurate readings.
  • The gadget generates an analog output voltage inversely proportional to the applied pressure as its output signal.
  • Applications: The instrument is frequently used in industrial process control, HVAC systems, and medical equipment that demand precise pressure measurements.

On-chip Temperature Compensation and Calibration

Shear-stress strain gauge, temperature correction, calibration, and signal conditioning circuitry are all integrated into a single monolithic chip to accomplish the performance across temperatures. A fluoro silicone gel shields the die surface and wire bonding from the outside world, which still allows the pressure signal to reach the silicon diaphragm. The operational characteristics of the MP3V5004G family of sensors are based on using dry air as the pressure medium. Media other than dry air may negatively impact the performance and long-term dependability of the sensor. The manufacturer offers internal reliability and certification tests for dry air and other media. For details on media tolerance in your application, speak with the factory.

Minimum Recommended Footprint For Small Outline Packages

A crucial element of the overall design is the layout of the surface mount board. To guarantee a proper solder connection interface between the board and the package, the footprint for the semiconductor package must be the right size. Packages with the proper pad shape will self-align when put through a solder reflow process. To prevent bridging and/or shorting between solder pads, it is always advised to fabricate boards using a solder mask layer, especially when working with tight tolerances and/or layouts.


For anyone looking for a precise and dependable pressure sensor for their upcoming project, the MP3V5004G series piezoresistive transducer is a great option. Its cutting-edge features and sophisticated technology makes it the ideal answer for various applications, especially those involving a microcontroller or microprocessor with A/D inputs.

This sensor produces precise and high-level analog output signals proportional to the applied pressure thanks to its highly sensitive implanted strain gauges, sophisticated micromachining methods, and thin-film metallization. Its temperature adjustment and availability in gauge surface mount configuration provide even greater adaptability. Due to its stability and longevity, the sensor is also perfect for usage in demanding environments, including medical equipment, HVAC systems, and industrial process control. Overall, the MP3V5004G series piezoresistive transducer is the ideal choice for your needs if you want to ensure precise and accurate pressure measurements. Contact ICRFQ to get this product at an affordable price.

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