Chell launches integrated quick disconnect for microDAQ3-64


Gas measurement and control solutions supplier Chell Instruments has revealed a quick disconnect option for the microDAQ3-64 in its pressure scanner range.

Chell’s quick disconnect allows testing systems to be unattached from the microDAQ3-64 pressure scanner without cutting and replacing the tubes.

Nick Broadley, managing director at Chell Instruments said,  “The combination of our market-leading pressure scanner and our quick disconnect option further saves time. Not only do you have the versatility of our microDAQ3-64 but now you can directly disconnect distinct tubing sets in a single action.”

Chell created its versatile connection system to make it much quicker and simpler to disconnect and reconnect the testing tubing to speed up installation and reconfiguration.

The quick disconnect option for the microDAQ3-64 features a tubulation plate, the only component that needs to be disconnected.

“It seemed natural to create a quick disconnect that integrated straight onto the microDAQ3-64. It reduces our customer’s costs and speeds up their process when installing and reconfiguring their pressure testing systems,” said Broadley.

Chell’s connection solution, has saved time and reduced costs for the R&D of aircraft jet engines.

The Quick Disconnect Option is available for both the valved and non-valved versions of the microDAQ3-64. It features a removable tubulation plate that can be easily exchanged, meaning the scanner can be moved between distinct tubing sets.

The microDAQ3-64 uses highly accurate transducers, combined with both a pressure and temperature 24-bit ADC, to provide precise measurement and almost entirely compensate for thermal effects.

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