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Item#: PN18263 Mfr Part#: PTG28290 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
This product has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale

Pfeiffer Vacuum TPG 362 Dual Vacuum Gauge Controller for Two Gauges, PTG28290, PT G28 290, TPG-362

 

Product Features: Pfeiffer TPG 231 Dual Vacuum Gauge Controller:


  • For Operation of Two Gauges w/ Analog Output Signals
  • Brilliant Display w/ Significant Operating Flexibility
  • Four Freely-configurable Relay Set Points
  • Versatile Connectivity: USB, RS-485, Ethernet
  • Direct Data Storage on USB Flash Memory (Data and Settings)
  • Can be Used as Table Top or as Rack Mount Unit

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

Controller Dimensions:


 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Dual Vacuum (Two-Gauge) Controllers, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum Controllers and Measurement Devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier.


Condition: Discontinued
Item#: PN19699 Mfr Part#: PTG28040 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
This product has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale

Pfeiffer Vacuum TPG 361 Single Vacuum Gauge Controller for One Gauge, PTG28040, PT G28 040, TPG-361

 

Product Features: Pfeiffer TPG 231 Single Vacuum Controller:


  • For Operation of One Gauge w/ Analog Output Signal
  • Brilliant Display w/ Significant Operating Flexibility
  • Four Freely-configurable Relay Set Points
  • Versatile Connectivity: USB, RS-485, Ethernet
  • Direct Data Storage on USB Flash Memory (Data and Settings)
  • Can be Used as Table Top or as Rack Mount Unit

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

Controller Dimensions:


 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer TPG 361 Single Vacuum (One Gauge) Controllers, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum Controllers and Measurement Devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier.


Condition: Discontinued
Item#: PN22395 Mfr Part#: PTG28770, PT G28 770/PT G28 770 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $3,355.00
WEB SAVINGS: $305.00
YOU PAY: $3,050.00

Pfeiffer TPG 366 Vacuum Gauge Controller for 6 Gauges, MaxiGauge, 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, PTG28770, TPG-366

This Product is a Direct Replacement for the Obsolete TPG 256 Gauge Controller.

 

Product Features - Pfeiffer TPG 366 Controller For Six Gauges:


  • For operation of Six Gauges Utilizing Analog Output Signal
  • Brilliant Display & Enhanced User Operating Flexibility
  • Simultaneous Display of Six Pressure Readings
  • Six Freely-Configurable Relay Set Points
  • Can be Used as Table Top or Rack Mount Unit
  • Versatile Connectivity Options: USB, RS-485, Ethernet
  • Direct Data Storage on USB Flash Memory Devices (Data and Settings)

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

Controller Dimensions:


 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum Gauge Controllers (Six-Gauge Version), along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum Controllers and Measurement Devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier.


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