The MKS Baratron® DA01B DeviceNet™ Absolute Capacitance Manometer is a dual-output absolute vacuum transducer with both DeviceNet™ digital communications and legacy 0-10 VDC analog output signals. Both heated and unheated versions are available.
The following options are available for DA01B Baratron® Heated Capacitance Manometers
Ordering Code Example: DA01B12TCES24A00
|Configuration Option||Option Code|
|DA01B Absolute Capacitance Manometers||DA01B|
Full Scale Range
|0.1 (heated models only)||.1|
|0.25 (heated models only)||RE|
Units of Measurement
|0.5 in. OD tube||BA|
|4 female VCR (ranges > 2 Torr only) (V sensor only)||CD|
|8 VCR female||CE|
|8 VCR male||CF|
|8 VCR female, short tube*||CR|
|NW16 ISO-KF, short inlet tube||GD|
|8 VCO® female||DA|
|1.33 in. OD CF||HA|
|2.75 in. OD CF||HC|
|Standard sensor, standard inlet tube length||S|
|Etch sensor (range = 100 Torr only), standard inlet tube length||E|
|0.25 in. dia. tube (CD fitting only)||V|
|Short tube standard sensor||T|
|DeviceNet 5-pin bayonet-style with female 9-pin D-subminiature analog connector||A|
|Standard (ranges = 1 Torr)||0|
|Vertical (ranges <1 Torr only)||V|
|Horizontal (ranges <1 Torr only)||H|
* 8 VCR female, short tube fitting (code CR) can only be used with short tube standard sensors (code T)
Capacitance manometers are electro-mechanical gauges that can measure both pressure and vacuum. The capacitance gauge translates a pressure-modulated movement in a thin diaphragm into an electrical signal proportional to the pressure. The pressure sensor is the thin diaphragm that is exposed to the pressure or vacuum being measured via the inlet tube. An electrode is mounted in the reference cavity behind the diaphragm. Pressure differences between the process and the reference cavity deflect the diaphragm slightly, changing the distance between it and the electrode. Variations in this distance produce variations in the capacitance between the diaphragm and the electrode creating an electrical signal that is proportional to the pressure change. Since differences in the capacitance signal are produced by physical changes within the manometer and not by changes in the gas properties, pressure measurements by the capacitance manometer are independent of the composition of the gas being measured.
These capacitance manometers are temperature controlled to 45°C, 80°C or 100°C for improved accuracy. Unheated versions are exposed to ambient temperature variations which can degrade the sensor accuracy. These devices have the sensor enclosed in a volume that is maintained at a constant temperature above ambient. This solution improves the manometer’s accuracy and repeatability and lowers instrument drift by reducing or eliminating process contamination within the manometer. Heated manometers are recommended for applications that require maximum accuracy and repeatability, operate above ambient temperature and for those processes that employ hot gases.
These Baratron® pressure transducers are referenced to vacuum for absolute pressure measurement. Applications include: vacuum furnaces, freeze-drying of fruits and vegetables, gas lasers, automotive component testing, bottle coatings, and vacuum distillation.
These pressure transducers feature Inconel® and Incoloy® nickel alloy construction of the pressure sensor allowing it to operate without damage in virtually any chemical environment, including halogens, deionized water and steam, and ozone. The sensor is fully welded with no intermediate brazing or joining materials.
These Baratron® capacitance manometers feature a high-level 0-10 VDC analog output signal that is linear with pressure. This analog output can be interfaced with an MKS pressure controller, an MKS power supply/display instrument, or any instrument that meets these requirements.
These capacitance manometers feature DeviceNet™ digital communications allowing the pressure to be measured, digital trip points and hysteresis to be set, units to be selected (Torr, Pa, mbar, in H2O, psi), zero to be set, factory defaults reset, transducer trip point status to be monitored, and user tags and device address to be changed remotely over DeviceNet. The DeviceNet communications and main power are fed through a bayonet-style 5-pin connector on the top of the sensor enclosure.