AIM-X Active Inverted Magnetron Gauge NW25, KF25 Flange. 10-2 Torr to 10-9 Torr Edwards Part Number D14642000
999 in stock
Drive electronics in gauge head
Low output impedance for long cable runs up to 100 meters
Interchangeable body tube pre calibrated
CSA, C/US approved
Pressure range from 10-2 Torr to 10-9 Torr.
The Edwards AIM-X Active Inverted Magnetron Gauge NW25, KF25, (AIM) combine the gauge-head and controller in one compact Active unit. These gauges have proved to be rugged and reliable in a wide range of applications ranging from scientific instruments to industrial processes. This gauge features a linear output for easy integration with a computer or PLC. Typical processes range from general vacuum through industrial coaters and furnaces to scientific instruments and semiconductor. Gauge has a linear output, and a user replaceable sensor tube.
The AIM gauge requires a 13.5 to 36 VDC power supply and has a 2 to 10 VDC analog output which is related to pressure. The AIM gauge is compatible with all of the Edwards AGCs (Active Guage Controllers) and with the appropriate versions of the Edwards AGDs (Active Gauge Displays). Alternatively, you can use an independent power supply for the AIM gauge and you can read the AIM gauge output signal with a voltmeter or and analog to digital converter. Pressure in vacuum system should be pumped down to 10-2 Torr or lower for the AIM gauge to work properly. They are also CSA, C/US approved as well as fully RoHS compliant due to their lead-free construction. Pressure range from 10-2 Torr to 10-9 Torr. Signal cable and controller not supplied. For instruction manual .pdf on Edwards AIM-X series gauges see below AVAILABLE DOWNLOADS:
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