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CI-2001
 
  • High or Low Flow Models
  • Pressure or Vacuum
  • Digital Display
  • Embedded Micro-Computer
  • Certificate of Calibration Traceable to NIST
  • Point-of-Measurement Digital Conversion



CI-2001

The CI-2001 is a compact calibration device for air pressure and airflow transducers. It is quick and responsive and can accurately correct pressure and flow readings to current temperature conditions. The CI-2001 was designed to calibrate the Quality First Systems line of leak test instruments and can also be used for other compatible air pressure and airflow transducers. Four (4) CI-2001 models are available: low flow pressure, low flow vacuum, high flow pressure, and high flow vacuum. Each CI-2001 comes complete with NIST traceable certification. The standard color for the CI-2001 is black/white.
SETUP & OPERATION
The CI 2001 operates on 110 or 240 volt, 50/60 Hz AC electrical power. A ¼" FNPT port on the side of the CI-2001 is used for pneumatic connection. The CI-2001 is manufactured to the pressure and flow specifications outlined below. The flow reading has an accuracy of ± 0.5% of reading. The pressure reading has an accuracy of ± 0.3% of reading. Flow adjustments are made through the use of the front mounted needle control valve.
INSTRUMENT RANGES
Version
Flow Range
Pressure Range
  Low Flow Pressure 5-500.0 SCCM 0-100 PSIG
  Low Flow Vacuum 5-500.0 SCCM 0-30 in Hg
  High Flow Pressure .2-20.00 SLPM 0-100 PSIG
  High Flow Vacuum .2-20.00 SLPM 0-30 in Hg
DIMENSIONS
Control Enclosure
5" high x 10" wide x 8" deep
WEIGHT
Control Enclosure
8 pounds
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
35-130°F (2-55°C)
35-150°F (2-66°C)
0-95% Non-Condensing
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Input Power
Frequency
Current
105-125VAC or 220-240VAC
50 or 60 Hz
1 amp maximum
OPERATION
Manual
4 ½ digit digital display selectable for pressure or flow
         
PERFORMANCE (FLOW RANGE AND SCALING)
  Version Resolution Accuracy   Repeatability  
  Low Flow .1 SCCM .5% of reading .1% of reading  
  High Flow .01 SLPM .5% of reading .1% of reading  
  Pressure .1 PSIG .3% of reading .1% of reading  
  Vacuum .01 in. Hg .3% of reading .1% of reading