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Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
Portable Helium Leak Detectors Sport New Touch-Panel GUI DisplayVacuum Instrument Corp (VIC)7, Ronkonkoma, NY, USA
Ronkonkoma, N.Y., February 22 -- Vacuum Instrument Corp., a world leader in the leak detection industry, today introduced a new series of helium mass spectrometer leak detectors with touch-screen GUIs for testing the integrity of vacuum systems, and parts using helium leak detection techniques.
The Touch-Screen GUI allows for greater system control and monitoring during system start-up and operation. Displays include system status, accept/reject status, system health, setup, calibration and other diagnostic functions. The GUI allows the operator to quickly calibrate the system with the MS-60s built-in leak standard, and perform and view a leak rate in standard view or Big Mode for viewing the panel at a distance.
A unique Chart Mode enables an operator to simultaneously view a strip chart of leak rate, range and set point, all at a glance.
System Diagnostic Mode enables one to monitor several operating parameters, while system set-up screens allow the operator to set-up to view all system parameters including crossover points, units of measurement, delays, zero point, amp gain and spec tube function. A stylus pen for quickly and easily making selections on the resistive touch panel is also included with the system.
The MS-60 Series leak detectors allow for greater access to superior system intelligence with a push of a button to accurately locate and measure leaks in a wide range of applications. Typical applications include aerospace, medical, automotive, appliance, vacuum, nuclear, as well as a host of others requiring a high level of leak detection sensitivity.
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