The Televac model 7FCS is specially designed for applications where power interruption is expected at ultra high vacuum. If your application requires turn on in the 10-8 Torr range or higher, turn on will occur in less than 5 seconds, 10 times faster than standard cold cathodes. The 7FCS employs patented Double Inverted Magnetron sensor technology combined with a thermionic ig... Read more...More Product Announcements from Fredericks Company - Televac
For low vacuum applications, the longevity of our PS81 Series is hard to beat. A life expectancy of 10 million cycles means long-term reliability. Their brass housing and choice of four diaphragm materials ensures chemical compatibility with your system. PS81 Series switches have a field adjustable set point or can be factory set. Read more...More Product Announcements from Gems Sensors & Controls
Piezo Diaphragm Vacuum Sensors Provide a Wide Range of Measurement and Fast Response Time at a Fraction of the Cost of Capacitance Diaphragm Gauges Read more...More Product Announcements from Fredericks Company - Televac
Automacad Concrete (Québec, Canada) designed an automated conveying system equipped with an ABB industrial articulated robot to pick and place hardened concrete. Automacad worked with ifm efector (Exton, PA) to equip the ABB robot with vacuum sensors, pneumatic controls and the AS-i networking system. Read more...More Product Announcements from ifm efector inc.
The Model 3022 is a piezoresistive silicon accelerometer packaged in a ceramic substrate with a sealed ceramic cover. The ceramic provides an excellent bonding surface for the customers application specific adhesive. The accelerometer consists of a micro machined silicon mass suspended by multiple beams from a silicon frame. Read more...More Product Announcements from Measurement Specialties, Inc.
Omega’s new LAB-42010 series of space saving desiccators will hold a full vacuum 75.9 cm Hg (29.9”) at room temperature for 24 hours and remain airtight even if not under vacuum. Read more...More Product Announcements from OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
A brand new vacuum leakage sensor that calibrates itself to maximum vacuum rather than a preset level and provides an audio-visual alarm if a loss of vacuum occurs is being introduced by ANVER Corp. of Hudson, Massachusetts.
The ANVER VLS-08 Vacuum Leakage Sensor features a micro-controller chip that sets itself to a vacuum system’s peak vacuum level, displays it on an L... Read more...