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|NDT.net Issue - 2014-05 - NEWS |
|Ronkonkoma, N.Y., April 9 -- Vacuum Instrument Corp., a world leader in the leak detection
industry, today introduced a console series of Helium and Argon mass spectrometer leak
detectors with LCD touch-screen GUIs. The leak detectors are used for testing the integrity of
semiconductors, electronics, aerospace, medical products, research and development as well as a
host of other applications which require the mass spectrometer leak detection.
All models include a 10” capacitive touch-screen flat panel LCD display mounted on an articulating bracket that allows the operator to use his/her finger to navigate through a vast array of menus, settings and options. The Touch-Screen GUI allows for greater system control and monitoring during system start-up and operation.
Displays include system status, accept/reject indications, system health, set-up, calibration and other diagnostic functions. The GUI allows the operator to quickly calibrate the system with the MS-50 GT’s built-in leak standard and view a leak rate. System Diagnostic Mode enables one to monitor several operating parameters and includes an interactive system valve and operation schematic. With its 50 test recipes, the MS-50 GT is designed to take the guess work out of testing and automate your process.
The MS-50 GT Series leak detectors are offered in Helium and Argon tracer gas versions. Additional options include High-sensitivity, Dual test ports, UFT and Dry oil free models.