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PROCESS EQUIPMENT UPDATE


Miniature Pressure Transducer Series M5


Ultra-Fast


Capable of exposure to 200 °C Broad compensated temperature range, from -20...125 °C or -40...180 °C Excellent dynamic response, up to 50 kHz (pulsation measurements) Extremely compact design, pressure connection: M5 x 0,5 fi ne thread Insensitive to structure-borne vibration Tefl on FEP cable with IP67 ferrule, suitable for use on test benches Pressure ranges of 3 bar, 10 bar and 30 bar (absolute) Temperature compensated 0…10 V output (Series M5 HB)


Test Benches


Leak Tests


Wind Tunnels


Aviation


Compressors


Explosion Waves


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ECO PHYSICS nCLD 800 Series


We measure what’s in the air. , NOx


Compact analyzer with integrated pump Graphical user interface “GUI” Internal data logger


USB, HDMI, LAN/WLAN, Bluetooth, RS-232, Analog I/O Remote operation and control


Measurably better.


Experience the outstanding performance of our two- channel instruments, detecting NO, NO2


amines from 0.5 to 5000 ppm concentration. The nCLD 800 Series covers multiple applications, including ambient air, stack emission, combustion and gas manufac- turing monitoring. Equipped with the latest graphical user interface and multiple connectors for data transmission, calibrate, operate and maintain your neoCLD according to your individual needs.


and NOx


ECO PHYSICS AG . BUBIKONERSTRASSE 45 . CH-8635 DUERNTEN . TEL. +41 55 220 22 22 . INFO@ECOPHYSICS.COM . WWW.ECOPHYSICS.COM www.engineerlive.com


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