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IMG-6-7109A-1

Fluke Calibration 6109A / 7109A Portable Calibration Baths

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-6109A/719A

Now there are portable calibration baths (Fluke Calibration 6109A & 7109A) designed with the process manufacturing professional in mind. Process manufacturing plants for pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and food production utilize many sanitary temperature sensors that require regular calibration. Production must stop during temperature sensor calibration. Therefore, more calibration throughput means less plant downtime. And in businesses where even a few tenths of a degree Celsius can cost thousands of dollars in ruined product, temperature accuracy is crucial to maintaining quality.

The Fluke Calibration 6109A and 7109A Portable Calibration Baths are liquid baths that let process industry professionals calibrate four times more sanitary sensors per batch in less time and with twice the accuracy of other portable baths in this class. Larger than micro baths, up to four tri-clamp sanitary sensors fit easily into these baths for calibration at ± 0.1 °C temperature display accuracy. Throughput is even higher for sanitary RTDs with small or no flanges.

Two bath models cover a wide temperature range: 35 °C to 250 °C for the 6109A and -25 °C to 140 °C for the 7109A. Each model offers a “-P” version that includes process electronics for connecting an external reference probe.

Professionals working in clean process industries, including facilities managers, production engineers and calibration technicians, prefer these baths for a variety of reasons.

Facilities managers need to meet U.S. FDA and ISO cleanroom standards like the baths’ stainless steel casing that stands up to harsh cleaning solutions. They depend on the 6109A and 7109A to help maintain the accuracy of the plant’s temperature sensors, thus reducing the possibility of an expensive product batch loss.

Production engineers also appreciate the baths’ accuracy, which helps them control sensor out-of-tolerance conditions. Moreover, they prefer to use a bath designed specifically for cleanroom calibration throughput. No more need to make do with equipment designed for some other application.

Calibration technicians who perform calibrations on platforms, in crawl spaces, and other hard-to-reach parts of the plant enjoy the portability and cleanroom compatibility (i.e. easy to sanitize, don’t harbour bacteria) of these baths.

Global Fluke Calibration service and support ensure that your 6109A and 7109A baths will give you years of service that you can trust.

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IMG-Integration-software

Fluke Calibration MET/CONNECT™ Calibration Integration Software

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-METCAL-TESTEQUIPASSET-SOFTWARE

Integrate MET/CAL Calibration Management Software to your workflow with MET/CONNECT.

MET/CONNECT™ is the hub of a fast-growing community of mainline calibration software providers. These companies have partnered with Fluke Calibration to support MET/CAL automation. Whatever calibration management system you use, MET/CONNECT unlocks calibration and workflow automation in your lab.

MET/CONNECT partners:

  • Indysoft
  • AssetSmart
  • Qualer
  • MET/TEAM®

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Ametek Mx Series

sku Product SKU:  AME-MX-Series

The California Instruments MX Series consists of multiple high power AC and DC power systems that provide controlled AC and DC output for ATE and product test applications.


This high power AC and DC test system covers a wide spectrum of AC and DC power applications at an affordable cost. Using state-of-the-art PWM switching techniques, the California Instruments MX series combines compactness, robustness and functionality in a compact floor-standing chassis, no larger than a typical office copying machine. This higher power density has been accomplished without the need to resort to elaborate cooling schemes or additional installation wiring. Simply roll the MX15, MX22.5, MX30, or MX45 unit to its designated location (using included casters), plug it in, and the MX series is ready to work for you.

Simple Operation
The MX Series can be operated completely from its menu driven front panel controller. A backlit LCD display shows menus, setup data, and read-back measurements. IEEE-488, RS232C, USB and LAN remote control interfaces and instrument drivers for popular ATE programming environments are available. This allows the MX Series to be easily integrated into an automated test system.

For advanced test applications, the programmable controller version offers full arbitrary waveform generation, time and frequency domain measurements, and voltage and current waveform capture.

Configurations
The MX15 delivers up to 15 kVA of single phase output. The MX22.5, MX30 and MX45 deliver up to 22.5 kVA, 30 kVA and 45 kVA, respectively. These operate using single or three phase output in AC or AC+DC mode. In DC mode, 50% of the AC power level is available.. On MX-P models, AC+DC mode is also supported.

For higher power requirements, the MX90 and MX135 models are available. Multi cabinet MX45 systems always operate in three phase output mode. Available reconfigurable MX90 and MX135 models (-MB designation) provide
multiple controllers which allow separation of the high power system into two or three individual MX45 units for use in separate applications. This ability to reconfigure the system provides an even greater level of flexibility not commonly found in power systems.

Product Evaluation and Test
Increasingly, manufacturers of high power equipment and appliances are required to fully evaluate and test their products over a wide range of input line conditions. The built-in output transient generation and read-back measurement capability of the MX Series offers the convenience of a powerful, and easy to use, integrated test
system.

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IMG-RS

Ametek RS Series

sku Product SKU:  AME-RS-Series

The RS Series consists of multiple high power AC and DC power systems that provide controlled AC and DC output for ATE and product test applications.

This high power AC and DC test system covers a wide spectrum of AC and DC power applications at an affordable cost. Using state-of-the-art PWM switching techniques, the RS series combines compactness, robustness and functionality in a compact floor-standing chassis, no larger than a typical office copying machine. This higher power density has been accomplished without the need to resort to elaborate cooling schemes or additional installation wiring. Simply roll the RS unit to its designated location (using included casters), plug it in, and the RS series is ready to work for you.

Simple Operation
The RS Series can be operated completely from its menu driven front panel controller. A backlit LCD display shows menus, setup data, and read-back measurements. IEEE-488, RS232C, USB and LAN remote control interfaces and instrument drivers for popular ATE programming environments are available. This allows the RS Series to be easily integrated into an automated test system. For advanced test applications, the programmable controller version offers full arbitrary waveform generation, time and frequency domain measurements, and voltage and current waveform capture.

Configurations
The RS90 delivers output up to 90kVA in AC mode and 65% of rated power in DC and AC+DC mode.

For higher power requirements, the RS180, RS270, RS360, RS450 and RS540 models are available. Available reconfigurable RS models (-MB designation) provide multiple controllers which allow separation of the high power system into up to six individual RS90 units for use in separate applications. This ability to reconfigure the system provides an even greater level of flexibility not commonly found in power systems.

Product Evaluation and Test
Increasingly, manufacturers of high power equipment and appliances are required to fully evaluate and test their products over a wide range of input line conditions. The built-in output transient generation and read-back measurement capability of the RS Series offers the convenience of a powerful, and easy to use, integrated test system.

Regenerative, bidirectional “Green” Power Solution

The RS Series features the ability to both source and sink current, i.e. bi-directional current flow. The RS amplifier is designed to reverse the phase relationship between the AC input

Avionics
With an output frequency range to 819 Hz (or 905 Hz with -HF option), the RS Series is well suited for aerospace applications. Precise frequency control and accurate load regulation are key requirements in these applications. The available IEEE-488 remote control interface and SCPI command language provide for easy integration into existing ATE systems. The RS Series eliminates the need for several additional pieces of test equipment, saving cost and space. Instrument drivers for popular programming environments such as National Instruments LabView™ are available to speed up system integration.

Regulatory Testing
As governments are moving to enforce product quality standards, regulatory compliance testing is becoming a requirement for a growing number of manufacturers. The RS Series is designed to meet AC source requirements for use in compliance testing such as IEC 61000, 3-2, 3-3, 3-11, 3-12, to name a few.

Choice of voltage ranges
The RS Series includeds 150V and 300V line to neutral. These models provide 3 phase output capability of 260 Vac or 520 Vac line to line respectively.

For applications requiring more than 300 V L-N (or 520 V L-L), the optional -HV output transformer provides an additional 400 V L-N and 693 V L-L output range for use in AC mode only.

High Crest Factor
With a crest factor of up to 3.6, the RS Series AC source can drive difficult nonlinear loads with ease. Since many modern products use switching power supplies, they have a tendency to pull high repetitive peak currents. The RS90 can deliver up to 720 Amps of repetitive peak current (150 V AC range) per phase to handle high crest factor three phase loads.

Remote Control
Standard RS232C & USB IEEE-488 along with optional LAN remote control interfaces allow programming of all instrument functions from an external computer. The popular SCPI command protocol is used for programming.

Application Software
Windows® application software is included. This software provides easy access to the power source's capabilities without the need to develop any custom code. The following functions are available through this GUI program:

  • Steady state output control (all parameters)
  • Create, run, save, reload and print transient programs
  • Generate and save harmonic waveforms
  • Generate and save arbitrary waveforms
  • Measure and log standard measurements
  • Capture and display output voltage and current waveforms
  • Measure, display, print and log harmonic voltage and current measurements [iX only]
  • Display IEEE-488 or RS232C bus traffic to and from the AC Source to help you develop your own test programs.


1. Requires PC running WindowsXP™ or Windows 2000™ / 2007.

Harmonic Waveform Generation
Using the latest DSP technology, the RS Series programmable controller is capable of generating harmonic waveforms to test for harmonics susceptibility. The Windows Graphical User Interface program can be used to define harmonic waveforms by specifying amplitude and phase for up to 50 harmonics. The waveform data points are generated and downloaded by the GUI to the AC source through the remote interface. Up to 200 waveforms can be stored in nonvolatile memory and given a user defined name for easy recall.

All RS Series configurations offer three phase waveform generation, allowing independent phase anomalies to be programmed. It also allows simulation of unbalanced harmonic line conditions.
 

Arbitrary Waveform Generation
Using the provided GUI program or custom software, the user also has the ability to define arbitrary AC waveforms. The arbitrary waveform method of data entry provides an alternative method of specifying AC anomalies by providing specific waveform data points. The GUI program provides a catalog of custom waveforms and also allows real-world waveforms captured on a digital oscilloscope to be downloaded to one of the many AC source's waveform memories. Arbitrary waveform capability is a flexible way of simulating the effect of real-world AC power line conditions on a unit under test in both engineering and production environments.

RS Series - AC and DC Transient Generation
The RS Series controller has a powerful AC and DC transient generation system that allows complex sequences of voltage, frequency and waveshapes to be generated. This further enhances the RS's capability to simulate AC line conditions or DC disturbances. When combined with the multiphase arbitrary waveform capabilities, the AC and DC output possibilities are truly exceptional. Transient generation is controlled independently yet time synchronized on all three phases. Accurate phase angle control and synchronized transient list execution provide unparalleled accuracy in positioning AC output events.

Transient programming is easily accomplished from the front panel where clearly laid out menu's guide the user through the transient definition process.

RS Series - Measurement and Analysis
The RS Series is much more than a programmable AC, DC or AC+DC power source. It also incorporates an advanced digital signal processor based data acquisition system that continuously monitors all AC source and load parameters. This data acquisition system forms the basis for all measurement and analysis functions. These functions are accessible from the front panel and the remote control interface for the RS Series.

Conventional Measurements [All controllers]
Common AC and DC measurement parameters are automatically provided by the data acquisition system. These values are displayed in numeric form on the front panel LCD display. The following measurements are available: Frequency, Vrms, Irms, Ipk, Crest Factor, Real Power (Watts), Apparent Power (VA) and Power Factor.

Harmonic Analysis
The RS Series provides detailed amplitude and phase information on up to 50 harmonics of the fundamental voltage and current (up to 16 kHz). Harmonic content can be displayed in both tabular and graphical formats on the front panel LCD for immediate feedback to the operator. Alternatively, the included GUI program can be used to display, print and save harmonic measurement data. Total harmonic distortion of both voltage and current is calculated from the harmonic data.

Waveform Acquisition
The measurement system is based on real-time digitization of the voltage and current waveforms using a 4K deep sample buffer. This time domain information provides detailed information on both voltage and current waveshapes. Waveform acquisitions can be triggered at a specific phase angle or from a transient program to allow precise positioning of the captured waveform with respect to the AC source output. The front panel LCD displays captured waveforms with cursor readouts. The included GUI program also allows acquired waveform data to be displayed, printed, and saved to disk.

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Ametek Power Special Test Equipment (PSTE)

sku Product SKU:  AME-PSTE

The Elgar Power Special Test Equipment (PSTE) provides programmable DC power, and programmable loading, to the electrical systems of satellites for system functional testing.

There are several key benefits of the PSTE. First, it is a complete turnkey system that is capable of operating locally through a simple GUI interface or remotely via a host computer as a single Ethernet address. The spacecraft engineer who defines the spacecraft power bus limits, cabling scheme, mode simultaneity matrix, and system behavior based upon limit conditions implements the real intelligence of the system. From this definition, operating procedures can be generated to allow spacecraft technicians to operate the system, system protections are implemented that perform cable detection and mode verification, automated spacecraft fixture identification and related mode capability, and more.

Second, the PSTE is intended to negate the need for purchasing new power test equipment with each new spacecraft. With a review of current and future needs and industry trends, power resources can be sized to provide the optimal blend of flexibility and price.

The system also monitors and provides protection for the satellite electrical power systems against any damage by programming error or by system failure.

The following resources are available in the system pictured on the cover. In most cases, the hardware resources can be scaled to meet the customer's individual requirements.

AC Isolation transformers

  • 75KVA power rating; Transform 480VAC 3phase Delta to 208VAC 3 phase Wye


Main Power Rack

  • Five 10KW power channels; 150VDC at 67A each
  • One 5KW load channel; 3-450V, 0-150A constant current
  • Eight programmable strip chart recorder outputs


Solar Array Simulator

  • 64 Channels with 110V Voc and 450W each


Electronic Load Rack

  • Three 5KW load channel; 3-450V, 0-150A constant current


Remote User Interface

  • Ruggedized Portable PC with operator interface software


System Verification test Fixture

  • Customized for individual spacecraft I/O to allow convenient, manual verification of power setup.


Hardware Overview

In this section, the overall system is first represented by a simplified block diagram along with a general discussion of the function of each equipment rack. After which, each rack of equipment is represented by its own block diagram. Each rack block diagram is supported by a discussion of the equipment in the rack.

Either the Remote User Interface (RUI) or the Remote Operating System (ROS) is the source of control, or Computer in Charge (CIC), at any given time, at the operator's discretion. The ROS is supplied by the user. The CIC communicates directly with the system controller in the MPR (MPR controller), and the entire system is controlled via the MPR Controller.

Diagnostics and Troubleshooting can be accomplished directly from the MPR controller. The Main Power Rack (MPR) provides main bus power for tests from up to five internal power sources. The Solar Array Simulator (SAS) provides solar panel simulation power. The Spacecraft Protection Unit (SPU) further protects the spacecraft from damage in case of failure of the built-in OVP/OIP protection of the rest of the PSTE system. For electrical system loading tests, the Electronic Load Rack (ELR) provides three programmable Electronic Load Units (ELU). The MPR contains an ELU that can be used when only one ELU is required.

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IMG-Met-cal

Fluke Calibration MET/CAL® Calibration Management Software

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-METCAL-Software

Calibration labs have their share of challenges: an increasing and more complex workload; fewer technicians; a growing list of quality standards. Above all, there is constant pressure to reduce costs. Fluke calibration software helps you meet those challenges by calibrating and managing your workload more efficiently and consistently.

MET/CAL® calibration management software includes MET/CAL® Procedure Editor and Runtime for automated calibration; plus MET/TEAM® » software for calibration work flow and asset management.

The MET/CAL and MET/TEAM » suite of software provide you with all the tools you need to:

  • Perform automated calibration on all kinds of test and measurement tools and equipment, including dc/lf, RF and microwave instruments.
  • Create, edit, test, and document calibration procedures, quickly and easily.
  • Configure and report a wider range of measurement uncertainty parameters and include verification data to provide an audit trail and support further analysis.
  • Track asset information including work order history and status, traceability, users, customers, and location.
  • Analyze and report asset information; produce customized printed certificates and reports.
  • Make data available to other corporate systems.
  • Import asset and calibration data into MET/TEAM software
  • Help meet the requirements of quality standards like ISO 9000, ISO/IEC 17025, NRC 10 CFR, ANSI Z540.3, and others.

With all of these capabilities, Fluke Calibration software offers the most comprehensive calibration automation solution available. And we back it up with the MET/SUPPORT Gold software support program to help keep you as productive as possible. Fluke Calibration also offers a variety of installation, training, and customization services to help you utilize the power of the MET/CAL and MET/TEAM » software suite.

Join the worldwide community of calibration professionals who have discovered the value of MET/CAL for increasing throughput and managing calibration assets more efficiently.

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IMG-E-DWT-H

Fluke Calibration E-DWT-H

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-E-DWT-H

E-DWT-H breaks new ground in dead weight tester calibration, improving the hydraulic pressure calibration process. E-DWT-H is an electronic calibrator designed to replace mechanical, piston-cylinder and weight based deadweight testers. It’s a lighter, easier-to-use deadweight tester calibration alternative that is at home in the lab or instrument shop, as well as in the field performing in-situ calibrations and tests. This complete hydraulic pressure calibration system combines the convenience and precision of continuous, realtime electronic pressure measurement with the simple and direct operation of high quality operator controlled pressure generation hardware. E-DWT-H one year measurement uncertainty is ± 0.02 % of reading with ranges up to 30,000 psi. It can be configured to provide this uncertainty from its full scale down to 1 % of its range. Built-in pressure generation and control hardware allow the operator to fill and prime the system under test and generate and precisely adjust pressure throughout the range with ease.

Broad workload coverage

The E-DWT-H has the operational versatility to calibrate and test a broad range of pressure measuring instruments including:

  • Analog gauges
  • Transducers
  • Calibrators
  • Sensors
  • Transmitters

AutoTest™ lets E-DWT operators quickly define test points and adjust all of the range-dependent settings with a single function.
The resolution and stability test used by the RPM4-E-DWT are set according to the range of the device under test. The upper limit setting is also set and provides range-based warnings and overpressure protection. While running AutoTests, the operator is prompted to set each sequential test point and test data is stored in the RPM4-E-DWT for recall or download. Typical test setup is quick and easy, but more complex tests can also be stored and reused.

Deadweight tester calibration performance with digital measurement convenience
E-DWT-H offers precision, low measurement uncertainty and the stability over time of a conventional deadweight tester without the inconveniences associated with the piston-cylinders, weights, hand pumps, and interconnecting plumbing.

Versatility to cover a broad workload in a variety of environments
The E-DWT-H is at home in metrology and calibration labs, on the production floor or in the field. It operates with Sebacate calibration fluid, mineral oil, Skydrol® and other liquids. An optional battery/charger pack supports up to eight hours of operation away from line power.

  • No weights to load and unload or regularly send out for calibration
  • No need to know and correct for local gravity or ambient temperature
  • No piston-cylinder changes; switch Q-RPT ranges in seconds
  • Not sensitive to level or vibration
  • Able to set and read any pressure value exactly, no minimum increment limited by smallest available masses
  • Operates in any unit of measure while deadweight tester is typically limited to the pressure unit stamped on the mass
  • Perfect for applications that require setting a nominal pressure precisely on the device under test and measuring it, such as analog gauge calibration
  • On-board, AutoTest calibration routines and data acquisition
  • Interfaceable with a PC or laptop to allow for automated data acquisition
  • Two year calibration interval supported at measurement uncertainty of ± 0.025% of reading.
  • Easily recalibrated without crossfloating. Automated calibration of E-DWT-H is possible using COMPASS® for Pressure software.

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