Televac MV2A Thermocouple

The Televac MV2A controls one Televac thermocouple rough vacuum sensor. It features an analog 0 V to 5 V DC output for the sensor, a relay set points, and large, bright LED display, making it easy to read from a distance.

The Televac MV2A Features

  • Competitively priced
  • Easy to read, large LED display
  • Two process relays
  • Analog 0 V to 5 V DC output
  • Excellent customer support
  • Design and manufactured in the United States of America

Operating Range1×10-3 Torr to 20 Torr
Analog Output0 V to 5 V DC
Programmable Set Points2
Set Point TypeRelay
Supply Voltage90 V to 135 V AC, 60 Hz
Calibration MediumDry air or nitrogen
Operating Temperature0 °C to 50 °C
Storage Temperature-40 °C to 85 °C
Display Readable Distance3 m (10 ft)
1 mTorr to 10 mTorr±1 mTorr
10 mTorr to 100 mTorr±10% of reading
100 mTorr to 1 Torr±20% of reading
1 Torr to 20 TorrIndication only
Analog Output±5 mV
Maximum Sensors Controlled1


CC-10 Active Vacuum Gauge – This gauge utilizes dual-sensor technology to replace multiple conventional vacuum gauges, permitting seamless measurement of twelve decades of pressure. It has a variety of features including a wide range of measurement from 1 × 10-9 Torr up to 1000 Torr, RS-485 communications, three programmable set points, and a selectable analog output and a bright LED display. Options can be set from either four touch controls located on the front of the unit or through RS-485 communications. The simplicity of use and wide measurement range make this unit an excellent choice for a variety of vacuum applications.

MM200 Vacuum Sensor Controller – The MM200 controls any Televac vacuum sensor including cold cathode, convection, diaphragm, hot ion, and thermocouple sensors. It also has optional features including up to 8 relay set points and RS-232/RS-485 communications. The large, bright LED display makes it easy to read from a distance. The MM200 is a modular unit, allowing customers to choose a vacuum sensing solution specific to their needs.

Freeze drying and food packaging
Heat treating and vacuum furnaces
Thin film deposition and coating processes
Pharmaceutical product processes