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PGC-10000-AF Pneumatic Gauge Calibrator

sku Product SKU:  FCL-PGC-10000

PGC-10000-AF Pneumatic Gauge Calibrator is a special pressure gauge calibrator made up of Fluke Calibration's GPC1 Gas Pressure Controller and RPM4 A70M/A20M Reference Pressure Monitor (see the GPC1 and RPM4 brochures for details). The PGC-10000-AF is a pressure gauge calibrator that is designed to optimize the testing and calibration of analog and digital pressure gauges with ranges from less than 500 psi (3.5 MPa) to 10,000 psi (70 MPa). This special pressure gauge calibration configuration was selected by the United States Air Force as the next generation high pressure pneumatic gauge calibration system for deployment in its Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratories (PMELs) throughout the world.

With GPC1 and associated GB-152 Gas Booster, the pressure gauge calibration operator effortlessly generates and adjusts pressure to set the device under test to its cardinal point. The RPM4 then precisely measures the actual pressure applied.

Interactive RPM4 embedded software automatically sets up the pressure gauge calibration procedure based on entry of the DUT full scale and tolerance. It then steps the operator through the test, logging data and providing real time notification of in or out-of-tolerance conditions at each point. A foot pedal “ENTER switch allows the operator to trigger readings hands free.

  • Calibrate any range device in gas from less than 500 to 10,000 psi (70 MPa) FS with one compact, integrated system
  • Effortless operation; no pumping, no weight lifting
  • Includes gas booster to boost a bottled air supply as low as 400 psi (2.75 MPa) to 10,000 psi (70 MPa)
  • Easily set pressure to DUT cardinal point and read back actual pressure from the reference
  • On-board calibration routines with real time out-of-tolerance notification and data logging
  • Foot pedal “ENTER key for hands free sequence execution
  • Complete a typical high pressure gauge run in about 20 minutes (20 % ascending increments)
  • Supports 12 units of measure and custom units
  • Push button switching between gauge and absolute measurement modes
  • RS232 and IEEE-488 interfaces included; compatible with COMPASS® for Pressure software
  • Delivered with connectors and adaptors for NPT, AN4 and gland and collar DUTs
  • Includes molded, reusable transit case for shipping RPM4/HPMS transfer standard for recalibration

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700HPPK Pneumatic Test Pump Kit

sku Product SKU:  FCL-700HPPK

USE THE 700HPPK JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE

The 700HPPK is designed to be at home in the lab or the field. Lightweight and portable, it features collapsible feet, built-in handhold, and a canvas carrying case, making it easy to carry to the field.

The 700HPPK works on just about any surface, so you don’t need a flat laboratory bench or flat area in the field.

With the 700HPPK, you don’t need to carry a lot of extra equipment or accessories. No PTFE tape or extra tools are required thanks to a swivel ¼ NPT female reference gauge connector that makes switching reference gauges fast and easy.

The pump kit is designed so that the calibration manifold attaches and detaches easily via quick detent pins. You won’t need to spend a lot of time setting it up or packing it away at the end of the day.

GENERATE HIGH PRESSURE ACCURATELY AND SAFELY FOR A WIDE WORKLOAD

The 700HPPK generates pressure up to 21 MPA (3000 psi) within 20 seconds to full scale into a 10 cm3 volume. A detachable pressure adjustment system and adjustment control knob enables users to make fine pressure adjustments to 0.1% of reading or better. The 700HPPK includes a 2 meter (6.5-foot ) pressure line and assorted pressure fittings, enabling you to connect a wide variety of DUTs for wide workload coverage. In fact, the 700HPPK covers at least five times more workload than standard range pneumatic pumps. An in-line filter system protects the system against contamination from the unit under test.

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Fluke Calibration 155X Stik Thermometer

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-155X Stik

Finally, a digital substitute for your mercury-in-glass thermometers! Accurate and repeatable to ± 0.05 °C over its full range, the 1551A/1552A “Stik Thermometer is the new “gold standard" of industrial temperature calibration. Whether working outdoors in environments where potentially explosive gases may be present or on the floor of a processing plant, the intrinsically-safe, battery operated, portable reference thermometer is designed to go where you work.
 

Features at a glance

  • Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C (± 0.09 °F) over full range
  • Intrinsically safe (ATEX and IECEx compliant)
  • Two models to choose from (-50 °C to 160 °C or -80 °C to 300 °C)
  • User-configurable temperature Trend/Stability indicator
  • Display temperature in °C or °F
  • Optional data logging to internal memory
  • 300-hour battery life
  • Percent battery-life and low-battery indicator
  • NVLAP-accredited, NIST-traceable calibration included

Thermometer probe and digital readout combined into one unit

The stainless steel probe and digital readout are fixed together and calibrated as a system. The accuracy specification is easy to understand since it includes all uncertainty components, including drift, for up to one year1. The large backlit LCD display rotates 90° degrees making it easy to read from any angle. A user-configurable stability/trend indicator lets you know when your temperature is stable enough to record an accurate measurement. A user-settable auto-off function extends typical battery life to three hundred hours. A low-battery indicator and stop-measure function prevent erroneous measurements from being made due to low battery life. A simple three-point calibration function allows you to easily and accurately calibrate the “Stik" Thermometer. Data logging to internal memory of up to 10,000 time-stamped measurements is optionally available.

Why calibrate process temperature sensors?

Because temperature greatly effects the accuracy of a volumetric measurement, process manufacturers of chemical, pharmaceutical, food or petroleum products require accurate temperature measurements—especially for processes where quality or custody transfer are regulated by government agencies. Since all temperature sensors are subject to drift with time, regular calibration or verification against a reliable reference thermometer is required. Finding a reference thermometer that is accurate, repeatable and robust, however, can be challenging.

What’s wrong with my reference thermometer?

Industrial reference thermometers available on the market today, such as mercury-in-glass thermometers (or “ASTM thermometers") and portable electronic thermometers are useful, but both come with inherent problems. Although accurate and repeatable, mercury thermometers are fragile. The risk of a mercury spill poses potential hazards to the environment and to the health of personnel. Many of the United States and European Union countries have already banned their use in industrial applications. Some organizations have replaced their mercury thermometers with more durable portable electronic thermometers, only to discover that the RTD probes lack the repeatability and dependability required of a legitimate reference thermometer.

The best alternative to mercury thermometers

The Fluke “Stik" Thermometer is accurate, stable and durable, making it the best alternative to mercury thermometers and existing electronic thermometers. The thin-film RTD sensor incorporates the same characteristics of other premium reference thermometers designed by Hart Scientific, but it is more robust and less susceptible to drift. Accuracy and repeatability, however, are not sacrificed for improved durability.

Using a glass-stem mercury- or spirit-filled thermometer at different immersion depths, or at significantly different ambient temperatures from which it was calibrated, may require the application of emergent-stem corrections that can be tedious but necessary to calculate an accurate measurement. This isn’t required with the “Stik" Thermometer. The sensor of the 1551A Ex requires a minimum immersion depth of only seven centimeters (2.8 inches), with no appreciable effect on the measured temperature due to heat loss through stem conduction. Some digital thermometers can become less accurate when used outside a narrow range of ambient temperatures. This isn’t the case for the “Stik" Thermometer. Your measurement remains accurate in ambient temperatures from -10 degrees to 50 degrees celsius (14 degrees to 122 degrees fahrenheit). With a superior probe design combined with electronic functions that assist accurate measurement, the “Stik" Thermometer surpasses the capabilities of other digital thermometers and is the perfect substitute for your mercury thermometers. 1In order to minimize sensor drift, the probe should always be protected from mechanical shock.

Five reasons to replace mercury thermometers

  1. Since the “Stik" Thermometer does not contain mercury, it is not subject to government-imposed bans. Government agencies worldwide have either banned or are seeking to ban the use and transportation of industrial mercury thermometers—this seems to be a growing trend.
  2. The stainless steel probe sheath of the “Stik" Thermometer is far more robust than the glass stem of a mercury thermometer and better suited for industrial environments. And since the “Stik" thermometer does not contain mercury, the risk of an accidental mercury spill is eliminated.
  3. When considering cost of ownership, a digital thermometer is less expensive than a mercury thermometer. With a mercury thermometer, you either invest in equipment or you hire out to clean up after a mercury spill.
  4. Mercury thermometers cannot be adjusted after calibration. The actual temperature must be calculated by applying corrections to the measured temperature. This costs time and is susceptible to calculation error. A digital thermometer does the math for you—the displayed temperature accurately represents the actual measured temperature.
  5. Emergent-stem corrections may also be required if the mercury thermometer is not used under the same conditions under which it was calibrated. A digital thermometer doesn’t require that you match calibration conditions to achieve an accurate measurement. You’re only required to meet the minimum immersion requirements—which is only seven centimeters (2.8 inches) in the case of the 1551A Ex.

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Comprehensive, browser-based asset management software and related services to get you up and running quickly

sku Product SKU:  FCL-MET/TEAM

MET/TEAM SOFTWARE WORKS THE WAY YOU DO

MET/TEAM calibration management software follows the flow of instrumentation into the company and through the calibration lab and quality management department.

DATA SETUP AND MANAGEMENT

Setting up data is highly customizable, thanks to the flexible MET/TEAM interface. You can set up contacts as individuals, and associate them with facilities; create individual assets subject to events or generic equipment categories; track information based on asset type, and more. Each screen is easy to read; a Quick Link button lets you drill deeper into your data if you wish.

MET/TEAM software also enables you to maintain a complete parts database, which you can refer to on work orders. Easily manage parts inventory and create reports to help you know when to reorder.

WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT

MET/TEAM calibration management software supports workflow management and enables you to easily manage commonly-performed tasks.

  • Receive an asset or a group of assets: select assets received through the“Find” command or by scanning barcodes, and print receipts for customers; configure service types, status, priorities, require dates, and other extended data.
  • Create a work order: assign technicians, schedule due date and next maintenance dates, select procedure, set calibration intervals.
  • Perform calibration: in MET/CAL or other calibration automation software. MET/CAL and MET/TEAM software are integrated seamlessly.
  • Complete work order information: record environmental conditions, record labor hours, add parts consumption. Enter sub-contractor information.
  • Return: select work orders and close them.
  • Ship: enter shipment date, address and tracking information.

EQUIPMENT RECALL

MET/TEAM software lets you generate recall reports to inform specified contacts when equipment is due for calibration. You can easily see the current status of all work orders and what types of work are in the queue.

Schedule email notices to send out the “calibration due” notifications. These emails can be generic or customized for different customers. A recall escalation process lets you notify up to three levels of contacts within customizable time frames.

Manage facilities, customers, and contractors

  • View facilities and relationships
  • Set up by locations/labs/departments
  • Track and manage customer information
  • Maintain contractor information

REPORTING

Crystal Reports Professional makes it easy to create and print reports. You can also use it to create and print professional-looking calibration certificates. You can even batch the process and, for example, print all of the certificates at once for a specific purchase order.

Reports and certificates can be customized with your corporate fonts, company logo, and accreditation data. MET/TEAM software comes with a set of report templates that you can use “as is” or customize to meet your needs. You can also build new reports and certificates.

EXTEND THE POWER OF MET/TEAM SOFTWARE WITH OPTIONAL MODULES

MOBILE APPLICATION

This module enables you to take MET/TEAM and MET/CAL software into the field for on-site calibration. Just check out the specific customer data that you need, perform the calibration on site, and then import it back into the main data base when you return. The mobile module has the same interface as MET/TEAM so users can get up to speed quickly. MET/TEAM software makes it foolproof to synchronize the data so it’s always up to date.

CUSTOMER WEB PORTAL

If you frequently receive calls from customers who want to know the status of their calibration and repair jobs, then this module is for you. It enables you to give read-only access to all or part of your database, so customers can view their information online at any time of day or night. Customers can check the status of their jobs; view asset information; print recall reports; access their calibration certificates; and more. Customers are only able to view their own data—if you are a service lab with multiple corporate customers, you can set up portals for each one so they stay separate.

COMMERCE MODULE

This module lets you create invoices and send bills to your customers. You can create custom quotes, contract pricing, discounts or upcharges arrange for start and end dates, and more. This module is useful to third-party calibration laboratories or any organization that needs to incorporate commerce into its asset management business processes.

 MET/TEAM TRAINING AND SERVICES GET YOU UP AND RUNNING EFFICIENTLY

MET/TEAM software is a flexible and powerful application. When considering a MET/TEAM installation, you will need to think about the total cost of ownership, including installation, training, and configuring the application to conform to your business processes. Almost all customers require some level of professional assistance in these areas to get up and running quickly and efficiently. Fluke Calibration offers a range of services and training solutions to help you maximize your investment and become successful and productive MET/TEAM users:

  • MET/TEAM user training
  • MET/TEAM® data migration from MET/BASE
  • MET/TEAM data migration from other databases
  • MET/TEAM self-validation
  • Other software services

Learn more about MET/TEAM training and services. »

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MET/TEMP II Temperature Calibration Software v5.0

sku Product SKU:  FCL-MET/TEMP II

MET/TEMP II software enables you to easily automate the calibration on a wide range of temperature sensors. It provides a comprehensive temperature calibration solution for testing batches of sensors, calculating characterization coefficients and printing calibration reports. You can standardize comparison or fixed point calibrations, and use multiple temperature sources or references in a single test. Version 5 updates the popular MET/TEMP II software by offering compatibility with the Microsoft Windows® 7 and 8 operating systems and including support for our most recent temperature calibration sources -- the 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well and 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace.

KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS

FULLY AUTOMATED, CONSISTENT SENSOR CALIBRATION

MET/TEMP II fully automates batch calibrations of your platinum resistance thermometers (PRTs), thermistor and thermocouple sensors, freeing your time for more important tasks. You can be confident your results are consistent no matter who does the job since MET/TEMP II monitors and controls the calibration process.

TEST A BROAD WORKLOAD OF TEMPERATURE SENSORS

MET/TEMP II handles a wide range of temperature sensors. It can calibrate thermocouples, RTDs, SPRTs, thermistors, and even liquid-in-glass (LIGs), bi-metallic thermometers, and connected sensors that can’t be attached to a readout. Virtually any sensor with a resistance or voltage output can be tested, up to 100 sensors at a time. They don’t even have to be the same type. You can select up to 40 temperature points for testing your sensors.

MULTIPLY YOUR LAB PRODUCTIVITY

Manual temperature sensor calibration is expensive, time consuming, and error prone. It takes roughly four hours to calibrate a sensor at three points, then another hour for paperwork to document the temperature data and to create the certificate. And your results may vary depending on the technician doing the calibration. There’s a better way.

With MET/TEMP II software, simply place your test sensors in a heat source, connect them to a temperature readout, enter your setup information, and start the test. Later print out the reports, sign them, and ship the sensors back to your customer. You and your customers will love the fast turnaround. It’s your choice. Spend hours handling temperature sensor calibration manually. Or get consistent, repeatable measurements in just minutes with MET/TEMP II.

PROVEN, TRUSTED CALIBRATION SOFTWARE

MET/TEMP II v5.0 is an updated version of trusted, well-known software that easily connects to your Fluke Calibration equipment. Hundreds of customers worldwide use this software in their calibration labs. Version 5 maintains the structure and work flow that users know and like.

EASY TO LEARN AND USE

The MET/TEMP II user interface guides you through configuring/running a calibration test, calculating sensor coefficients, and preparing a report of calibration. Calibration professionals of all levels will can easily learn and benefit from the time saving features of MET/TEMP II software.

CHOICE OF CALIBRATION METHOD (COMPARISON, FIXED-POINT, OR MIXED)

You may calibrate most of your secondary standard sensors against a reference sensor or against calibrated heat sources. But do you need a higher level of accuracy than a comparison calibration can give you? MET/TEMP II can calibrate your secondary standard or primary standard sensors using fixed-point cells. If you prefer, MET/TEMP II lets you combine comparison and fixed-point cell measurements during the same calibration. You can also do a triple-point of water measurement before and/or after your comparison points.

HEAT SOURCE CALIBRATIONS

Would you like to calibrate your heat sources also? MET/TEMP II can perform heat source calibrations for Fluke Calibration dry-wells and Micro-Baths.

SUPPORT FOR MANY TEST EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATIONS

Perform calibrations using a variety of digital thermometer readouts, from handhelds to high-precision bench-top models, and an assortment of heat sources including dry-wells, Metrology Wells, Micro Baths, calibration baths and furnaces.

AUTOMATICALLY LOG AMBIENT CONDITIONS

MET/TEMP II can log ambient temperature and humidity automatically during calibration using the 1620A “DewK” Thermo-Hygrometer.

ASSET MANAGEMENT

MET/TEMP II maintains all test equipment information and calibration status in a database, as well as unit under test (UUT) sensor information including customer names and address, which are used when printing reports. MET/TEMP II can also interface with the Fluke MET/TRACK® database.

COEFFICIENT CALCULATION FOR MANY SENSOR TYPES

The Coefficients and Tables utility calculates characterization coefficients for PRT, thermistor, and thermocouple probes. The types of coefficients that can be calculated are ITS-90, IPTS-68, Callendar-Van Dusen, and polynomial functions for PRTs; polynomial for thermistors; and coefficients for thermocouple types B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, and AuPt. Characterization coefficients and test data acquired by MET/TEMP II can be exported to a text file.

DATA QUALITY CHECK

Are you concerned about the quality of the data acquired from a questionable sensor? The Coefficients and Tables utility calculates residuals at each set-point to give you an indication of the quality of the data used to characterize the sensor.

INTERPOLATION TABLES

After you have characterized a sensor, you can generate temperature versus resistance, temperature versus ratio or temperature versus voltage interpolation tables using the calculated characterization coefficients. Interpolation tables can be printed as part of the report of calibration, or exported to a delimited ASCII text file for importing into other analysis software.

ANSI/NCSL COMPLIANT REPORT OF CALIBRATION

MET/TEMP II produces reports of calibration compliant to ANSI/NCSL Z540.3.

FLUKE CALIBRATION INSTRUMENTS SUPPORTED

THERMOMETER READOUTS

  • 1502A/1504 Tweener
  • 1523/1524 Reference Thermometers
  • 1529 Chub-E4 Readout
  • 1560 Black Stack (with optional modules)
  • 1594A/1595A Super Thermometer (2590 multiplexer optional)

TEMPERATURE SOURCES

  • 9142/9143/9144 Field Metrology Wells
  • 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well
  • 9170/9171/9172/9173 Metrology Wells
  • 9103/9140 Dry-Well Calibrators
  • 9009 Dual-Block Calibrator
  • 9011 Dual-Well Calibrator
  • 9100S/9102S Handheld Dry-Well
  • 9101 Zero-Point Dry-Well
  • 6020/6022/6024 Hot Oil Baths
  • 6050H Extremely Hot Salt Bath
  • 6054/6055/7007 Deep Well Baths
  • 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Baths
  • 6330/7320/7340/7380 Compact Baths
  • 6331/73X1 Deep Well Compact Baths
  • 7008/7040/7037/7012/7011 Cold Baths
  • 7009/7108/7015 Resistor Baths
  • 7080 Really Cold Bath
  • 7312 Triple Point of Water Maintenance Bath
  • 9150 Thermocouple Calibration Furnace
  • 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace
  • 590X/591X/592X/594X Fixed Point Cells
  • 1620A Digital Thermometer-Hygrometer
  • 9132/9133 Infrared Calibrators
  • 4180/4181 Infrared Calibrators

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE MONITOR

  • 1620A DigitalThermometer-Hygrometer

Note: A number of discontinued Fluke Calibration instruments are also supported by MET/TEMP II. Please contact an authorized Fluke Calibration Service Center if you have a question about equipment supported by MET/TEMP II v5.0.

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