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Piezo Diaphragm Vacuum Sensors Provide a Wide Range of Measurement and Fast Response Time



Televac, a leading ISO9001:2008 manufacturer of vacuum measurement and control products, has announced availability of their 1E and 1F Piezo Diaphragm Vacuum Sensors.


A great choice for applications where multiple gases and/or mixed gaseous environments are present, these direct, gas independent sensors feature nickel plated brass or stainless steel bodies with a choice of 1/8" NPT, NW, and CF connections. They provide a wide range of measurement, offer fast response time, are extremely stable with an accuracy of +/-5%, and are available at a fraction of the cost of capacitance diaphragm gauges.


The 1E sensor provides a vacuum range of 1-1000 Torr and the 1F sensor provides a vacuum range of 1-7600 Torr. Both sensors can be used in conjunction with Televac's MM200 dual display, half-rack, microprocessor-based Modular Vacuum Gauge, which can be configured to include various combinations of hot and cold ionization, thermocouple, convection, diaphragm, set point relays and RS232/485 digital communications.


Typical applications include but are not limited to cryogenics, heat treat, coating processes, pharmaceutical products, electron beam welders, packaging, chemical, pick-up and conveying.



















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