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Omega Introduces OM-CP-PR140

High-temperature data logger is completely submersible.

High-temperature data logger is completely submersible.

The OM-CP-PR140 from Omega is a pressure data logger designed for use in autoclave validation and mapping. The rugged device can withstand temperatures up to 140 degrees C (284 degrees F) and is completely submersible (IP68). The OM-CP-PR140 is built with a precision stainless steel pressure gauge. The device has an accuracy of plus/minus 0.03 Bar (plus/minus 0.435 psi), which can be achieved over a wide temperature range, from 20 to 140 degrees C (68 to 284 degrees F).

Omega 140

The OM-CP-PR140 can be programmed to take readings as often as once per second, and has non-volatile memory that can store up to 32,700 measurements. Simply place the OM-CP-PR140 in the OM-CP-IFC400 docking station, connect to an available USB port on a computer, and the device can be started, stopped or downloaded using Omega’s software. Graphical, tabular and summary data is provided for analysis and can be viewed in psia, mmHg, bar, Torr and kPa. The data can also be automatically exported to Excel for further calculations. The storage medium is non-volatile solid state memory.

For more information, visit Omega.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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