Helium Leak Detector Sports Touch-Screen Display

The MS-50 GT’s series console-format helium and argon leak detectors feature LCD touch-screens with intuitive GUIs. Suitable for testing the integrity of semiconductors, electronics, plus aerospace and medical products, all models in the series include a 10” capacitive touch-screen flat panel LCD mounted on an articulating bracket that allows operators to use a finger to navigate through menus, settings, and options.

MS-50 GT’s series console-format helium and argon leak detector

Displays include system status, accept/reject indications, system health, set-up, calibration, and other diagnostic functions. Additional options include high-sensitivity, dual test ports, UFT, and dry oil free models. A datasheet is available at http://www.vicleakdetection.com/PDF/MS50.pdf

Vacuum Instrument Corp./VIC Leak Detection
Ronkonkoma, NY
631-737-0900
http://www.vicleakdetection.com

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