Temperature coefficient zero point
The temperature coefficient zero point (TCZP) describes the temperature dependence of the zero-point signal. This is relevant whenever the temperature in use deviates from the reference temperature (25°C). The percentage indicated refers to the measuring range span. Example: In the case of a 10-bar pressure sensor with a TCZP of 0.05%/10 K, the zero-point signal (0 bar) at 35°C is falsified by a maximum of +/- 0.005 bar due to the change in temperature (10 K in relation to 25°C).