X1 Pressure-0-1000kPa Sensor

X1 Pressure-0-1000kPa Sensor

X1 pressure is a highly reliable sensor for measuring the pressure of Inert Gases and Liquids. Outputs pressure in 0-1000kPa Gauge Pressure.

SKU: X1-PRS-2v1 Category: Tags: , , , ,


X1 Pressure-0-1000kPa Sensor is a digital sensor with a calibrated digital output. It is highly reliable and provides self-calibration and long-term stability due to the use of special temperature and humidity acquisition technology. It has inbuilt LPWAN communications and onboard processing capability.

X1 Pressure-0-1000kPa Sensor is a piezoresistive silicon pressure sensor. This sensor measures the absolute pressure in kPa.

X1 Pressure-0-1000kPa  Sensors are intended for use with non-corrosive, non-ionic gases, such as air and other dry gases.

Additional information


Bluetooth, LoRaWAN, WiFi


White, Black



  • IP68 rated waterproof casing
  • Aluminum and Polycarbonate construction
  • Size: Cylindrical 40mm (D) x 111mm (H)
  • Thread size: ¼ inch BSPT
  • RTC: Running at 32KHz

Pressure Range

  • ± 160Pa to ± 1 MPa


  • Xtensa® dual-core 32–bit LX6 microprocessor(s), up to
    600 DMIPS
  • Hardware floating-point acceleration
  • Python


  • RAM: 4MB
  • External flash: 8MB

LoRa specification

  • Semtech LoRa transceiver SX1276
  • LoRaWAN stack
  • Class A and C devices
  • Node range: Up to 40km

LPWAN connectivity

  • X-Mesh**
  • LTE Cat-M1*

Power Options

  • Rechargeable 18650 LiPo Battery*
    ( 1 x 3400mAh batteries,3.6V operation)

*: Estimated 2-year battery life at hourly measurement intervals.

Mounting Kits

  • Integral ⅜ inch BSPT Nipple

Security & Certification

  • 256-bit SHA, MD5, DES, AES Encryption
  • CE, FCC, IC and RCM certified
  • CE 0700



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The size of the Payload for this device is 12 bytes.

Please refer to this article to learn more about decoding a payload: Decoding a Payload

Sample Device Data:  

Voltage: 4106 mV
Message Number: 1
RSSI -(dB): 1
ErrorCode: 0

Sample Sensor Data:  

Pressure(kPa): 100.1