PACE1001 Precision Barometric Indicator and Recorder - DESCRIPTION

PACE1001 Precision Barometric Indicator and Recorder - DESCRIPTION
by Druck

The PACE1001 Precision Barometric Indicator and Recorder brings together the latest measurement technology from Druck to offer an elegant, fast, flexible and economical solution to barometric indication and monitoring. Employing digitally characterized pressure sensors, the PACE1001 offers the quality, stability and precision associated with this latest generation of resonant devices. The unit has a pressure range of 750-1150 mbar absolute (10.9 to 16.7 psi or 75 to115 Kpa) and offers three levels of precision to accommodate specification and budget requirements. Optional external IDOS universal pressure modules can be connected to add more pressure measurement capability.

The PACE1001 includes a color, touch-screen display that can be configured to indicate pressure measurement simultaneously, from up to three sensors, either graphically or numerically. Measurements can also be logged to an internal memory over a customized time period, sample rate and trigger. The results are then ready for replay on the display, or can be saved to a USB storage device or exported to a PC. Pressure measurements can also be re-transmitted via one of the communication ports.

The Airfield task is supplied as standard with the PACE1001 barometer and enables the user to display QFE, QFF or QNH in pressure units, or as altitude in feet or meters.

The following optional features can be selected:

  • Leak Test: The leak test measures leak rate over the measure dwell time. At the start of the test, the instrument measures the applied test pressure of the user system. The instrument records the pressure change during measure dwell time. On completion, the display shows the leak rate results, with leak rate per second or per minute in the current pressure units selected.
  • Analog Output: The analog output is programmed via the set-up menu screen to output a signal proportional to the instrument range selected. This allows the instrument to interface with PC or PLC I/O cards, remote displays, chart recorders or other data logging equipment. Users can select outputs of 0 to 10 V, 0 to 5 V, -5 to 5 V and 0/4 to 20 mA.
  • Volt-Free Contacts: Volt-free contacts enable control of peripheral devices such as vacuum pumps, ovens, etc. Each VFC option has three independent volt-free NO/NC relay contacts. A number of conditions can be set within a PACE1001 instrument to trigger a relay toggling its contacts.