Description

The INFICON Pirani Gauge Enhanced 500 (PGE500) is equipped with the latest digital convection enhanced Pirani technology available on the market. Due to the physical properties of convection this type of Pirani offers higher accuracy in the measurement range between 100 to 1000 mbar. The rugged gauge and sensor design in combination with many factory built in features, such as the bright, sharp and clear OLED display with integrated keypad, RS485/RS232digital interface and 4 selectable analog output signals makes the PGE500 a high value/low cost of ownership choice. All these features qualify this gauge for many applications where an economical vacuum measurement from low to high vacuum range is required. Direct drop in replaces most Granville-Phillips ® Mini-Convectron ® modules (GP275) (Granville-Phillips ® and Mini-Convectron ® are registered trademarks of MKS Instruments, Andover, MA) We are accepting orders from now on! gold plated tungsten, 304 & 316 stainless steel, glass,.

Product features

Measurment range 1.3×10 -4 … 1333
1.3×10 -4 … 1.3×10 -3 mbar 0.1x10 -3 mbar resolution
1×10 -3 … 530 mbar ±10
530 … 1333 mbar ±2.5
1×10 -4 … 1×10 -3 Torr 0.1 mTorr resolution
1×10 -3 … 400 Torr ±10
400 … 1000 Torr ±2.5
Repeatability (N 2) ±2
Operation (ambient) 0 … +40
Storage -40 … +70
Bakeout (electronics removed) ≤150
Supply voltage +12 … +28
3PE5-0xx-B7F0 1.15 … 10.215 (log-linear)
3PE5-0xx-B7F2 0.375 … 5.659 (non-linear S-curve)
3PE5-0xx-B7F5 1 … 8 (log-linear)
3PE5-0xx-B7F- 0 … 10 (linear)
3PE5-0-xx-B7F0 1.286
Number of setpoints 2 (single-pole double-throw relays (SPDT)); 1A at 30V (dc) resisiv or V (ac) non-inductive
digital RS232/ RS485 (ASCII protocol)
Power Connector D-Sub, 9-pin, male
Digital Interface connection D-Sub, 15-pin HD, male (with RS485)
exposed exposed to vacuum gold plated tungsten, 304 & 316 stainless steel, glass, nickel, Teflon ®
Mounting orientation horizontal recommended
Internal volume 26 (1.589)
Internal surface area 59.7 (9.25)
Weight 340

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