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  • Digital vacuum gauge and controller Varian 801 gauge replacement

    Model 801w-AC | Radiation Hardened Vacuum Gauge | Panel Mount

    $704.70

     

    The DigiVac Model 801AC is an easy to read digital vacuum gauge that has a large numerical display which can be read from across the room.

     

    • Uses same exact mounting pattern as classic Varian Model 801 pointer meter gauge
    • Solid state electronics ensure long life
    • Radiation Hardened
    • Has circuitry to avoid burning out vacuum tube
    • Delivered pre-calibrated with an Varian/Agilent 531 sensor
    • CE compliant with Agilent type 536 sensor

     

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  • vacuum pressure meter

    TracVac | Vacuum Pressure Meter

    $530.46

     

    Rugged thermocouple vacuum pressure meter that provides a progressive display to alert you of vacuum trends and is your partner in keeping your vacuum process within an accurate range.

     

    • Range: Provides millitorr or micron unit readings [Range 1-760,000 microns] includes 531 Sensor
    • Indicates trending data: visually illustrates vacuum pressure rate of change over decade range
    • Applications: laboratory, distillation, good visual go or no-go process vacuum gauge, research

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  • The Model 200 Micron Gauge | laboratory grade vacuum gauge with micron readings

    DigiVac Model 200 Micron Gauge | Laboratory Grade Vacuum Gauge

    From: $520.25

     

    A variation of DigiVac’s best-selling Model 200 with readings in microns. This digital vacuum gauge measures through 6 decades providing wide range rough vacuum readings with accuracy you can rely on.

     

    • The gauge controller is housed in a laboratory grade case consisting of vinyl clad metal on an extruded aluminum base insuring maximum durability
    • This kit comes with everything to measure vacuum: Display controller, cables, power and 531 thermocouple sensor
    • Every Model 200m Vacuum Controller is pre-tested under actual vacuum against a NIST-standard
    • Highly impact-resistant because of no moving parts requiring infrequent calibration

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