New BluVac LTE
For those of you that are looking at the BluVac, but were looking for a lower cost version, ($179.95) it is soon to be on the shelf at TruTech Tools. We expect delivery of the BluVac LTE the week after next. The LTE version uses the same measurement technology at a 1 micron resolution without the productivity features.
The AccuTools® BluVac LTE Digital Vacuum Gauge is a state-of-the-art digital vacuum gauge utilizing patent-pending technology to deliver the highest accuracy available.
Operating for up to 300 hours on a single 9V alkaline battery, the BluVac LTE sports a large 1/2" numeric display and a bright blue backlight. The BluVac measures from 0—25,000 microns with 1 micron resolution.
Possessing the same accuracy and reliability of the standard BluVac gauge, the LTE is ideal for budget conscious technicians without sacrificing performance.
Innovative Oil Sensor and Self-Diagnostics ensure accuracy. The BluVac and BluVac LTE are the only field-calibratable vacuum gauges that require no special equipment for calibration.
BluVac LTE Digital Vacuum Gauge
Detachable Swivel Hook
Battery (One 9V Alkaline)
0 to 25,000 Micron Range with 1 Micron Resolution
Measures Vacuum in Microns, Pascals, Millibar, Millitorr and mmHg
Large, high-visibility back-lit LCD display
Long Battery Life — Up to 300 Hours on One 9V Alkaline Battery
“Analog” Vacuum Level Bar Graph
Automatic Oil Sensor
Built-in memory retains all previous settings
Rugged, Compact Design — About the Size of a Manifold Gauge
Calibration Self Test — Can be field calibrated with no special equipment
Sensor withstands overpressure up to 500 PSI
Ideal for HVAC/R Service and Industrial Use
sounds good, might be able to get the bossman to go for a couple of those
got a side by side chart or link to one for easier comparison?
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from an excerpt by Paul Jacob in Sun City, AZ
Will work on getting it posted
This is insightful.
Yes, I've seen that before and it doesn't mean I like it.
Aren't the Thermal Engineering micron gauges also field calibrated with no special equipment?
Originally Posted by jim bergmann
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Don't know if it's what you call special but this is what you need to field calibrate one from the two page instructions.
Originally Posted by pageyjim
FWIW A second vacuum gauge with know accuracy is on the list.
THERMAL VAK-CHECK CALIBRATION INSTRUCTIONS
DIGITAL MULTIMETER WITH 200mA RANGE
TWO D CELL BATTERIES
47 OHM RESISTOR 1/4W or GREATER
VACUUM PUMP & VACUUM INDICATOR OF KNOWN ACCURACY
Calibration should be performed in ambient temperatures of 70°- 90°F
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Originally Posted by jim bergmann
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