Measuring vacuum pressure is a fundamental element of all vacuum applications. Whether you are measuring pressures below 10-10 mbar or higher pressures of 10-2 mbar, all users will want the most accurate reading possible. However, there is no universal vacuum gauge that will respond accurately throughout the range from atmospheric pressure to 10-12 mbar.
A selection will need to be made based on important criteria such as materials of construction, mode of vacuum measurement, the environment which the gauge is situated and electronics. With the wide range of vacuum gauges available, including passive, active, direct and indirect, it can be difficult to asset which gauge is most suitable for your application. Hence a thorough understanding of the application and the pressure measurement required is crucial to making the correct choices.
In our eBook, you will be able to learn more about:
- The different types of gauges available for vacuum measurement
- The benefits and limitations of different types of vacuum gauges
- The differences between direct and indirect vacuum pressure measurement
- What to consider when selecting a vacuum gauge and controller
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