Leak detectors

  • 27-Jul-2009 12:53 EDT
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InterTech’s M-1075-Y mass flow leak detectors provide accurate, high-speed leak testing of parts ranging in volume from several cubic centimeters to several liters in various methods. The devices offer integration of leak testing into test-intensive assembly operations and feature a cost-effective solution for the requirements of high-speed leak testing. With USB ports to speed data backup, Ethernet-connectivity makes integration into existing factory networks or enterprise solutions seamless. The M-1075-Y mass flow leak detector's ease of communication features and benefits include: touch screen with simple and intuitive menu-driven operator controls; embedded web pages allowing managers to monitor and access operations remotely, including interactive test parameter updates; and real-time display of all leak test stages and data storage in buffer for up to 1000 test records.

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