The ultimate in leak testing performance, speed, flexibility and durability

One of the fastest and most powerful leak testers on the market, the Vector leak tester line raises performance to new levels of efficiency and productivity. Their unrivalled speeds enable you to conduct leak and flow tests faster, increasing production like never before.

Sensor Types

  • Differential pressure
  • Electrical current
  • Electrical volts
  • Laminar flow
  • Load cell
  • LVDT
  • Mass flow
  • Pressure
  • Temperature


  • Coordinated
  • Independent
  • Max Channels-Design (10)
  • Synchronous
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Because leak testing accuracy and repeatability is critical

Count on Vector leak testers to deliver the utmost in accuracy and repeatability while eliminating false rejects and keeping defective products from reaching the market. Vector software runs in a Windows® 10 environment making it extremely powerful yet very simple to use.

Available in multiple formats

Vector leak testers are available in bench top, 3U and 6U formats, all featuring Uson engineered pneumatic circuits optimized for specific   leak and flow testing   applications. The Vector’s modular design lets you expand your system’s capabilities as needed.  A single Vector leak tester can perform up to 10 independent or concurrent tests.  In addition to supporting unlimited types of leak and flow tests, the unique flexibility of Vector software allows you to add or modify functionality as future requirements dictate.

Harnessing the power and security of Windows 10

The embedded Windows 10™ operating system makes the Vector leak tester extremely powerful, yet simple to use while providing security updates to protect your system network. Its unique modular design lets you choose only the features you desire while still allowing you to easily and economically expand capabilities as needed.

A Windows 10 upgrade is available for Vector.  Click the button below to read more about upgrading your tester.
Vector Windows 10 Upgrade FAQs
Flow Range: 0 to 1000 SLPM  
Pressure Range: Vacuum to 1500 psi

Communications: RS-232 ports / tester 12
  Host USB 2.0 ports 3
Modbus Ethernet
Ethernet IP

Inputs/Outputs: Max Decision Sensors / tester 20
  Max Sensors / channel 2+1
A/D resolution (bits) 24
Max Analog Outputs / tester 10
Analog Outputs / channel 1
Analog Output bits 12
Maximum 24V DC discrete digital inputs / tester 72
Valve Control signals / tester 8 / channel
Maximum discrete digital outputs/channel 112
Discrete digital outputs / channel 8
Digital I/O Expansion option QmR requires additional PCB, vT requires Expanded I/O TCU2 Vector requires 1 or 2 addisional cPCI cards.
Digital I/O Voltage Level 24vdc

Local Area Network: RJ 45 Ethernet ports iQ via FTP
Logging to a networked disk
Physical Characteristics: Size (H*W*D) Inches *14" x 22" x 20.5"
Weight lbs 65
Color Display size 12.1"
Color Display pixels 800 x 600
Front-panel membrane buttons 29
Remote pneumatics chassis
Test Ports Custom
Calibration Ports Custom
Test port style Per Design
Built-in AC or DC power supply
Pendant Style Remote Control

Data: Accept/ Reject / Total Counts
Min/Max Test Result
Average Pass/Reject Result
Standard Deviation of all test results
Range of test results
Pressure versus time plot
User Interface: Bar code input & control
Auto Comp & Auto Cal
Temp Comp (Pressure change)
Temp Comp (temp change)
Q-DAS Interface
Regulator - closed loop control
In-field configuration
Configurable pressure Units: psig, mbar, inH2O, mmH20, inHg, mmHg, Kpa or Kg/cm2
Parts Grading
Auto Run Mode
Conditional Program Jumps
Accept/ Reject Step Markers – Continuous with timeout
Accept/ Reject Step Markers - Pulsed
Software: Operating System Software
Windows 10™
Run/Program security key
Hard Disk
R/W DVD CD option
Addressable Programs TBD
Internal Test Result storage (test cycles) 100,000+
Sequence Jumps within a test, optional jumping and grading within a channel, conditional wait on input
Sensor Calibration Software zero & span.
Step Editing
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Administrator Manual
Troubleshooting Guide