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    Can someone make it clearer as to what needs to be ordered when buying the regulator and/or filters. For example I bought the AFR-333-m and AF-333-m. I just happened to look around and see that I would need the AB-3T bracket to put them together. It does not tell you that might be needed. Also there is an optional gauge plate shown in the installation instructions but where is it on the web site? I would need that since I use the digital gauge. The plate is needed to mount the gauge. Is there a chart co-coordinating what parts go with what? Also why the different series making up the complete package? ie, AF series Filter with a AR series Regulator, with a AB series bracket... Should it not be all the same series? I want to switch over from using Numatics, their pricing is way out of hand. I like the Nitra, built nice with the metal housing and bowl guards at way the fraction of the cost of Numatic products. Just would like to understand the product ordering better. I know so many questions. I tend to do that.


  • #2
    Does this help?

    https://cdn.automationdirect.com/sta...traairprep.pdf

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    • #3
      Not really, where are the part numbers? I love to order that gauge plate so I can use the digital pressure gauge.

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      • #4
        Without even looking at the website it is pretty easy to see that the second set of letters refers to the part. So A"F" = Filter A"R"= regulator A"B" = bracket. I would assume the Gauge plate would be A"GP" and your series = 3 so I would assume AGP-3?? I will do a quick search and see if I can find it.

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        • #5
          Searching for "A" "G" "P" there are only 2 results AGP-21 and AGP-32. So looks like yours would be the AGP-32 to match your AF, AR, 3 series.

          https://www.automationdirect.com/adc..._Series/AGP-32

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          • #6
            thanks. Once I got un-busy, I see what you mean.

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            • #7
              Yes! techme - you are absolutely correct - the AGP plates are used to replace the analog gauge on the AR and AFR series regulators with an NPT port. There is also a blank plate on the back of the regulator where this plate will also fit. (the back plate is provided primarily to allow relocation of the analog gauge in the event you wish the regulator's adjustment knob to face downward AND to maintain standard left to right airflow).

              Once the AGP-xx plate is in place you could easily plumb in any of our digital pressure gauges/switches, such as:

              - The ProSense DPG1 series gauges (https://www.automationdirect.com/adc...ressure_Gauges)

              - The ProSense EPS25 Series digital pressure sensors (https://www.automationdirect.com/adc...-_Transmitters)

              - The ProSence QPS Series digital pressure sensors (same link as immediately above) - don't miss these little guys, they are extremely capable and at a great price point. Two discrete outputs AND an analog output, along with a bright digital readout.


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              • #8
                Originally posted by only1chip View Post
                Yes! techme - you are absolutely correct - the AGP plates are used to replace the analog gauge on the AR and AFR series regulators with an NPT port. There is also a blank plate on the back of the regulator where this plate will also fit. (the back plate is provided primarily to allow relocation of the analog gauge in the event you wish the regulator's adjustment knob to face downward AND to maintain standard left to right airflow).

                Once the AGP-xx plate is in place you could easily plumb in any of our digital pressure gauges/switches, such as:

                - The ProSense DPG1 series gauges (https://www.automationdirect.com/adc...ressure_Gauges)

                - The ProSense EPS25 Series digital pressure sensors (https://www.automationdirect.com/adc...-_Transmitters)

                - The ProSence QPS Series digital pressure sensors (same link as immediately above) - don't miss these little guys, they are extremely capable and at a great price point. Two discrete outputs AND an analog output, along with a bright digital readout.

                I second the ProSence QPS series, I've used about a dozen now and they work very well.

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