Barometric Pressure Sensor

61402V / 61402L

The Model 61402 Barometric Pressure Sensor offers unparalleled performance and flexibility for atmospheric pressure measurement.


0-5 VDC & RS-232 Outputs (recommended cable: 18446)61402V$670.00
Read more4-20 mA, RS-232, RS-485 & SDI-12 Outputs (recommended cable: 18446)61402L$692.00

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For use with 61402V, 61402L61002$170.00
For use with 61402V, 61402L61360$120.00

Quantity discounts applied during checkout. Excludes sensor cables.

YOUNG barometric pressure sensors combine high accuracy and low power consumption over a wide range of pressures (500 to 1100 hPa) and temperatures.  The compact size allows easy placement in most standard enclosures.  The barometer is available in two configurations to satisfy a variety of applications:

Model 61402V offers 0-5 VDC and RS-232 output

Model 61402L offers 4-20 mA, RS-232, RS-485 and SDI-12 outputs.

For outdoor installation, Model 61360 Weatherproof Enclosure and Model 61002 Pressure Port are recommended.

Pressure Range:

500 – 1100 hPa

Operating Temperature:

-40 to +60°C

Digital Accuracy: *

0.2 hPa (25°C)
0.3 hPa (-40 to +60°C)

Analog Accuracy: **

0.05% of analog pressure range

Analog Temperature Dependence:

0.0017% of analog pressure range/ °C (25°C reference)

Long Term Stability:

0.08 FS per year

Update Rate:

1.8 Hz max

Serial Output:

Full duplex RS-232 (61402V/61402L)
SDI-12, half duplex RS-485 (61402L only)
Baud: 1200, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Polled or continuous

Analog Output:

0 to 5000 mV or 0 to 2500 mV (61402V)
4 to 20 mA (61402L)


Analog 0.025% of scale
Serial 0.01 hPa

Power Requirement:

Model 61402V (7 to 30 Vdc)
Vout Mode = 3.6 mA
Sleep Mode = 2.7 uA
RS232 Mode = 7.6 mA

Model 61402L (7 to 30 Vdc)
4 to 20 mA Mode = 25 mA max
RS-232 or RS-485 Mode = 8.5 mA
SDI-12 = 1.5 mA


90mm (3.6 in) x 60 mm (2.4 in) x 20 mm (0.8in)


44 g (1.5 oz)

Shipping Weight:

0.45 kg (1 lb)

*, **

* Defined as +/- 1 standard deviation from NIST traceable pressure reference. Includes non-linearity, hysteresis, repeatability, and calibration uncertainty.

** Defined as +/- 1 standard deviation from ideal analog output. Total analog output accuracy is the root sum square of digital accuracy, analog accuracy, and analog temperature dependence.