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The GS4200 USB Just Got Smarter

ESI Technology Ltd is always trying to find smarter solutions to pressure measurement and logging. Since the GS4200-USB© was developed in 2007, it has been a unique character on the pressure measurement market. Its main ability is to allow the user to measure, analyse and record pressure directly onto a PC or laptop without the need for costly I/O interface boards. Power is provided from the USB port, eliminating the need for extra connections and the data is presented via the ESI-USB configurable software that is supplied with the transducer. It has instant connection with auto-detection and will automatically configure with your laptop or PC via USB protocol. You can measure up to 16 inputs at a time and with the superior Silicon-on-Sapphire sensor technology the GS4200-USB© delivers excellent performance, accuracy and stability.

New Enhanced Software and Pressure Ranges to 4000bar……

The latest developments in the software offer a host of exciting new features making the device even easier to set up and use. It is now possible to automatically generate a personalised Test Certificate. Easy to follow guidelines allows the user to create a bespoke certificate template to include all vital data gathered during the test in Word format. Other fields can be added, even company logo, to provide a simple but professional Quality document. Additionally available pressure ranges now extend to 4000 bar!

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