Pressure Sensor Ranges for the Cordis CPC Series Electronic Pressure Regulators
Clippard’s Cordis proportional regulator has the unique ability to hone in with high resolution and pressure regulation to give you phenomenal control, linearity, accuracy, and repeatability. Check out this quick video to learn more about the pressure sensors and the types of calibration they enable.
Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio
Hi everyone, I’m Doug Paynter, Cordis Product Manager here at Clippard. Today I want to discuss the pressure sensor ranges that we have available for the Cordis CPC series electronic pressure regulators. The CPC series controllers utilize our own manufactured EVP and DVP proportional valves. This allows us to control pressure very smoothly and proportionally in both the filling and relieving directions.
With our unique control specifications, our proportional valves, our internal proportional solenoid valves, and a wide variety of pressure sensors to work with, we can now provide truly high resolution pressure regulation and maintain a good resolution of less than or equal to 5 mV.
Because of our unique microcontroller and proportional valve design, we are now able to maintain that high resolution pressure regulation in both static and dynamic conditions. This means I don’t need a bleed orifice. For the Cordis, that means you can run different types of inert gases through this product and not have to worry about it bleeding expensive gases out to atmosphere.
Our command capabilities are 0 to 10 VDC, 4-20 mA, and 3.3 volt serial. 3.3 volt serial is available on all Cordis products. This allows you the ability to talk to and manipulate the onboard microcontroller. Let’s say you want to manipulate the proportional or integral settings, or you want to get more in-depth and actually change code. With a wide variety of pressure sensors to choose from, you can now configure your command and output to be as specific as possible in your application requirements.
Twenty three pressure sensors allow us to give you any type of calibration within full vacuum to 150 psig. Whether it’s gauge absolute, bar, millibar, or inches of water column, inches of mercury, millimeters of mercury, tor, etc. and so on, now the Cordis proportional regulator has the unique ability to truly hone in with high resolution and pressure regulation to give you phenomenal control, linearity, accuracy, and repeatability for your application success.
There is a twenty fourth remote sense option. This allows you to utilize an external source of feedback. For example, if you already have a pressure sensor that you’ve been working with and you want to run that back as a primary to the Cordis unit. Or, you would rather interface with a higher resolution transducer. This provides a lot more flexibility for you in your application, however, you are going to need to contact the Cordis team to discuss this option a little bit further.
I’m Doug Paynter, Cordis Product Manager here at Clippard. Thanks for watching and please subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos.
CPC Series Electronic Pressure Controls