Televac® 1E Piezo Diaphragm Vacuum Gauge

Part Numbers: 2-2106-001, 2-2107-030, 2-2107-031, 2-2107-032, 2-2107-050, 2-2107-052

Compatible With: MX200, MX200 EthernetIP

Features and Benefits:

  • Low cost piezo-diaphragm vacuum pressure gauge
  • Compact, robust, contamination resistant vacuum transducer
  • Numerous fittings available (1/8″ NPT, NW25, NW40, CF40, among many others)
  • Drop-in vacuum pressure gauge replacement
  • Excellent customer support for vacuum transducers
  • Filters available for highly contaminated environments

Our 1E piezo diaphragm gauge (also often called a vacuum pressure gauge, vacuum transducer, or vacuum sensor) is a fast, robust, contamination resistant, and high accuracy low vacuum pressure gauge due to the piezo-diaphragm design. Note that by comparison to the 2A and 4A vacuum gauges which have a thermocouple gauge design, the 1E piezo-diaphragm vacuum sensor design is gas-independent and can be mounted in any orientation.

The 1E piezo-diaphragm vacuum sensor will read from 1 Torr (1000 microns) to 1000 Torr (1,000,000 microns, slightly above atmosphere). It also has excellent accuracy over its range, and when paired with the MX200 vacuum controller it has ±5% to ±10% accuracy over the operating range of this vacuum gauge.

Product Description
1/8” NPT Nickel-Plated Brass
1/8” NPT Nickel-Plated Brass
PN: 2-2106-001
NW16/KF16 Stainless Steel
NW16/KF16 Stainless Steel
PN: 2-2107-030
NW25/KF25 Stainless Steel
NW25/KF25 Stainless Steel
PN: 2-2107-031
NW40/KF40 Stainless Steel
NW40/KF40 Stainless Steel
PN: 2-2107-032
CF40/2.75" CF-F Stainless Steel
PN: 2-2107-052
Supply Current 1.5 mA
Full Scale Output 75 mV to 150 mV
0 Pressure Output >2 mV
Non Linearity +/- .05 % to .10 %
Hysteresis +/- .01 % to .05 %
In/Out Resistance 2.5 K to 6.0 K Ω
Temp Error-Span +/- .3 % to .5 %
Temp Error-Zero +/- .1 % to .5 %
Temp Hysteresis Span +/- .1 %
Temp Hysteresis Zero +/- .1 %
Response Time 1.0 mS
Output load Resistance 50 M Ω
Pressure Overload (rated) 3x max
Operating temp 0 °C to 50 °C
Acceleration 50 g max
Shock 1000 g peak for .05 ms
Vibration 20 g peak at 10 Hz to 2000 Hz
Media Non-corrosive gases
Heat treating and vacuum furnaces
Cryogenics and industrial gases
Thin film deposition and coating processes
E-Beam Welding
Freeze drying and food packaging
Pharmaceutical product processes
Pick-up and conveying