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Dual port, high resolution, fast response digital vacuum gauge provides ultimate productivity. The VG640TL works with the Supco® Techlink™ App, featuring real time visual graphics, alarms and reporting capabilities, such as creating a PDF report,


  • Bluetooth® Low Energy (BTLE) Standard (V4.1)
  • Contaminant & Oil Resistant Lifetime Sensor
  • Display Resolution: As low as 0.5 Micron
  • Easy to Use: configures in seconds with an iOS® or Android® device
  • Low & high vacuum alerts
  • Real time viewing & logging with graphs
  • Record & export the evacuation process to .pdf/Excel/.csv formats
  • Remote Bluetooth® monitoring from Up to 200 ft. away
  • Time evacuation and vacuum decay process
  • Use as a stand alone gauge or wirelessly paired with a mobile device for access to a suite of remote features
  • Vacuum Coupler Included (P/N VGC)
  • WARNING: Prop 65 info
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Vacuum Range: 0 to 19000 Microns (0 to 2600 Pascal)
Update Rate: 0.5 Seconds
Operating Temperature: 0°F to 150°F (-17°C to 65°C)
Overpressure: 800 PSI Max.
Dimensions: 5.5" x 3" x 1.5"
Fitting: 1/4" SAE Flare Fitting , 45° thread
SUPCO® Techlink™
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Is ‘Temp out of range’ repairable in the field?: No, it will need to be replaced by the distributor it was purchased from.
Does the sensor need to be cleaned?: Yes. The gauge works best with periodic cleaning.
What is the maximum operating pressure of the VG vacuum gauges? : 500 PSI
My vacuum gauge screen reads 'Calibrating', is it OK to use?: Self calibration can take as long as 30 seconds and is performed every 15 minutes or when the VG64 senses a large ambient temperature change. When the unit is self calibrating and "Calibrating" is displayed, the vacuum value will not change.
There are no numbers on the display, just 3 dashes?: 3 dashes indicate the gauge has not pulled down below 19000 microns, it is still reading at atmosphere.