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Supco VG60 Electronic Vacuum Gauge, 50 to 5,000 micron, LED Display

3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Supco
Part Number VG60
UPC 095801757482 , 687152035366
Color Multicolored
EAN 0095801757482 , 0687152035366
Item Depth 1-1/2inches
Number of Items 1
Overall Height 5-1/2  inches
Overall Width 1-3/4  inches
UNSPSC Code 25174406

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Product Features

  • Sensor replacement is not necessary, just clean it
  • Single switch operation, no adjustments required
  • Low battery indication
  • Color coded LED display
  • Measures 1-3/4" width 5-1/2" height 1-1/2" depth

Product Description

A durable self-contained battery powered vacuum gauge which displays the level of vacuum on a LED color coded read out. Allows for reading in ten segments from atmosphere to 50 Microns. The unique design of the VG60 allows for in-line connection through the system or directly at the vacuum pump. Built-in hanger and stand support for remote connections. Furnished with a vinyl protective case. Sensor Type: Thermistor. Connector Type: Standard 1/4" male flare fitting. Vacuum Range: 50 - 5000 Microns. Scale: Microns - 10 LED segments atmosphere to 50 Microns. Overpressure: 500 psi max (20 bar). Power Source: 9 V battery (not included). Measures 1-3/4" width 5-1/2" height 1-1/2" depth. Weight: 6.8 oz.

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  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000LDNOUE
  • Item model number: VG60
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,438 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.

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I bought this meter so I could tell the state of evacuation on a rooftop unit, while still on the ground, using the colored lights on the display.

This is NOT a precision instrument, and all measurements vary as you use the battery. This thing must CONSTANTLY be recalibrated, and readings change as the battery is used up.

Reason for problem; Manufacturer tried to save a few penies by leaving out a critical voltage regulator.

This unit does not have an internal voltage regulator. As the battery voltage goes down, the voltage across the sensor decreases, which makes the displayed vacuum appear to also decrease. For instance, I installed a new alkaline battery in my brand new unit. The VG60 vacuum gauge read 5000 microns when I turned it on. I calibrated the Supco VG60 according to the directions (good luck finding a jewler's screw driver among your tools). I then did a 10 hour evac job on an A/C system. At
the end of the first hour, the VGG0 read 1500 microns. At the end of 3 hours, the VG60 read 700 microns. At the end of 5 hours, the VG60 read 1500 microns. At the end of 8 hours, the VG60 read 5000 microns. My digital Yellow Jacket meter was reading around 200 microns. I reclibrated the VG60 AGAIN, and put it back in line. This time it read 1000 microns, while the Yellow Jacket still read around 200 microns.

If you do not leave this unit on continually, it might hold calibration (barring temperature changes). But for real-world use, get something else if you need accuracy.

The Supco VP60 Vacuum Gauge read 700 microns at the end of 10 hours, while the Yellow Jacket read 200. I measured the 9 volt battery in the VP60, and found it to be reading 7.8 volts. I put a new battery in, and turned the VP60 on. With atmospheric pressure, and no hoses connected, the Supco VP60 now read 400 microns. This thing cannot be trusted.
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By Tinkerer on September 6, 2012
I bought one of these gauges and only used it three times before it failed. I was very careful to use it as directed and cleaned it thoroughly after each use. This last time I tried it, the " atmosphere " light lit briefly before going out. I suspected maybe the battery was low so I replaced it with a new one. Still the same problem. So I contacted " support " at the Supco website by email explaining my problem. After a couple weeks with no response, I wrote again. More weeks with no reply. I have to believe the manufacturer knows this is a troublesome gauge and has not interest in providing customer service for it.

I would strongly advise that nobody purchase this poorly-made instrument.

This is a followup to my previous review. I have removed the words " miserable customer service " from the title. Nearly a month after my original email requesting support for my vacuum gauge, I got a response offering me a replacement for my defective one. It came today as promised. I'm hoping it works better than the first one. So, rather than the customer service being " miserable " I'd have to call it slow to respond. I'll test my new gauge and get back with the results.

Sorry it has take me so long to report the results of the test of my new gauge. As it turned out, there was nothing wrong with the gauge. The problem with my test was that there was a leaky fitting on my vacuum pump. My mistake.
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I had one of these cheapo Supco VG60 micron gauges several years ago and it was a piece of crap even back then. I owned it for less than a year and it had always been taken good care of. It had never been exposed to overpressure or oil contamination.
One day while using it to check the vacuum on a brand new recovery cylinder I was evacuating, it started giving me inaccurate and erratic readings then wouldn't indicate anything below atmosphere [ATM] on the scale. I tried changing the battery, cleaning the sensor with alcohol and adjusting the calibration screw, but was never able to get it to work properly again. Since then, I have never bought another Supco electronic test instrument. I still use their relays, capacitors and other such products though.
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1st 1 worked for 6 months, 2nd 1 yr 3rd & 4th leaked with in 1 month. I actually just bought 1 & eather had it repaired, replaced under warrenty or swaped it out on the QT. THIS IS A BAD PRODUCT !!!
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