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Digital Pressure Regulator · Catalog# DPR-1100-PC

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Digital Pressure Regulator · Catalog# DPR-1100-PC

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Same as DPR-1100, but without Netbook PC controller. Includes KEM-Torr software to load on your PC.
Regulation of positive pressures in the range of 0 psi (atm pressure) to 50 psi.
The maximum pressure of the controller is user selectable.
Replace the ‘#’ in ‘DPR-1100-#’ with the desired maximum pressure. Ranges: 1, 5, 15, 30, 50 psi.
Requires the selection of one PSV valve.
Gage transducer is standard, but absolute is available on request.

Product Description

Precise regulation of ±0.1 torr of volumes as small as 1 mL

0.1 Torr Regulation No Mercury

  • Presision, multi-stage vacuum distillations

  • Automatically compensates for leaks in the equipment under test

  • Maintains constant precise pressure, even in systems with a continuous gas purge

  • Twelve step pressure ramps

  • Customizable

    • Add temperature or pressure channels

    • Custom programming for unique applications

    • Define output events based on time, temperature or pressure

J-KEM's vacuum and pressure regulators maintain pressure to 0.1 torr in reactors and equipment with volumes as small as 1 mL.  Built from J-KEM's Infinity Controller, these instruments can be customized to automate virtually any laboratory or quality control task involving the regulation of vacuum or pressure.  For applications requiring both evacuations and repressurization, a Back-Fill option is available for the DVR-1000.  The DVR-1000 regulates vacuums, the DPR-1100 regulates positive pressures, and the DDR-1200 regulates both vacuum and positive pressures.

KEM-Torr software (included) displays a real-time plot of system pressure, implements a 16-step pressure ramp, data logging and remote PC control. Custom features can often be added at no additional charge.

Requires the selection of a proportioning valve