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Clippard recently released its Cordis CP1 single-valve pressure sensors.
Known for a focus on miniature pneumatics, Clippard’s Cordis pressure controllers utilize the proven EVP and DVP proportional valve series, allowing for steady, accurate, and repeatable downstream pressure control as demand or process changes. The result is a precise linear pressure control within a closed loop system, providing high resolution and repeatability.
The Cordis uses a microcontroller, an internal pressure sensor, and a Clippard proportional valve. The inlet valve is connected to the moderately regulated supply pressure. Once a command is increased, the proportional valve opens up to allow supply pressure to pass over the sensor element, which provides active feedback for the microcontroller to satisfy the set point in the process. If the sensor detects a value higher than the set point, the proportional valve closes and allows process to consume the remaining downstream pressure.
Other features include smooth linear control, integrated internal feedback, multiple flow configurations, dynamic proportional pressure control, non-pulsing proportional fill, customizable pressure ranges, multiple inert gas compatible, and customizable calibrated ranges.
For more information, call (877) 245-6247 or visit www.clippard.com/.