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Snapon pressure transducers

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14 Mar 2020 03:32 #38323 by tspinat
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I just bought two snapon pressure transducers 0-100 psi and 0 to 500 psi . need to perform a compression wave form test. This kit has a cable and transducer .the end of it has 1/8 npt threds . Q : how or what will connect to it to do a cylinder pressure wave form. I called snapon and they told me to connect it to my snapon compression gauge set. How the hell do i do that? Any input would be welcome. Thanks

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14 Mar 2020 03:49 #38324 by Landroverman1958
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Hi what you need to do is unscrew the gauge frome the test hose,as it has the same thread as the transducer,so the transducer is in place instead of the gauge,

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14 Mar 2020 05:39 #38325 by tspinat
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I HAVE TWO SNAPON GAUGE SETS ,THE GAUGE THREADS ARE MUCH LARGER THAN 1/8 NPT TRANSDUCER

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14 Mar 2020 05:42 #38326 by tspinat
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I CONTACTED SNAPON TECH SUPPORT AND THEY TOLD ME THE SAME THING AS YOU MENTIONED

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14 Mar 2020 05:58 #38327 by Landroverman1958
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What you will have to do then is use an adaptor to fit the hose to the transducer size,

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