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1560 Black Stack Thermometer Readout

sku Product SKU:  FCL-1560

The 1560 Black Stack thermometer readout can be any kind of thermometer you want it to be, and it works in three distinctive ways.

It’s a reference thermometer with a NIST traceable calibration; it’s an automated calibration system reading your reference probe and sensors you’re testing; or it’s a high-accuracy data acquisition system. And it does each of these functions better than any other thermometer currently on the market.

The Stack consists of up to eight different modules that fit together to do any type of thermometry you choose. You can buy all of them, or any combination of them, and change the Stack and its functions anytime you want. Each module stacks behind the preceding one, and when you add a module, the Stack’s software automatically reconfigures itself to include all of the new functions supplied by that module. There’s nothing to take apart. No boards need to be installed. There’s no software to load, and nothing has to be calibrated. Just stack a new module onto the back of the previous modules and you’re ready to use the Black Stack and all of its remarkable features.

Fluke Calibration’s new Model 9935 Multi Channel LogWare makes the Black Stack an even more powerful data acquisition tool. LogWare provides graphical and statistical analysis of each channel you’re measuring (up to 96 with the Black Stack). And with alarms that can be customized, delayed start times, and selectable logging intervals, LogWare turns the Black Stack into the most powerful temperature data acquisition tool on the market.

THE BASE UNIT

The Stack starts with a base module. It consists of two parts: a display with the main processor and a power supply. The base module supplies power, communication management, and software coordination for all of the other modules. It has the display, control buttons, and RS-232 port built-in.

Each base module can handle eight thermometer modules stacked behind it with a maximum of 96 sensor inputs. The base module never needs calibration and performs its own diagnostic self-test each time it powers up. The thermometer characteristics of each base module are defined by the thermometry modules stacked behind it.

THE MODULES

There are nine thermometry modules: an SPRT module, a high-temp PRT module, a PRT scanner module, a standards thermistor module, two 1000-ohm PRT modules, a thermistor scanner module, a precision thermocouple module, and a thermocouple scanner module.

Each module has its own processor and connects to the stack on a proprietary digital bus. Each retains its own calibration data and performs all analog measurement functions within the module.

SPRT MODULE 2560

The SPRT module reads 25-ohm and 100-ohm four-wire RTDs, PRTs, and SPRTs with very high accuracy. It turns the Stack into a first-rate reference thermometer with an accuracy to ±0.005°C.

 

It has two input channels so you can collect data with two reference sensors, or you can do comparison calibrations of one sensor against a calibrated reference sensor.

Temperature conversion features include direct resistance measurement, ITS-90, W(T90), IPTS-68, Callendar-Van Dusen, or an RTD polynomial conversion. The user-changeable default values for the CVD conversion fit the 100-ohm, 0.00385 ALPHA sensor described by IEC-751.

The SPRT modules can be used one at a time or combined together in any combination for reading up to 16 different reference thermometers. If you stack an SPRT module with a scanner module, you can test multiple sensors against your reference. Unlike other competitive instruments, our PRT Scanner Module operates with or without the two-channel SPRT module. If you can think of a way to use a reference thermometer, you can do it with the Stack.

HIGH-TEMP PRT MODULE 2561

This module reads 2.5-ohm and 0.25-ohm four-wire HTPRTs and RTDs. The complete resistance range covers up to 5-ohm sensors with applications as high as 1200°C. The temperature conversion features are the same as for the SPRT module, and like the SPRT module, the connectors are gold plated.

PRT SCANNER 2562

This module reads eight channels of two-, three- or four-wire 100-ohm PRTs or RTDs. The accuracy is ±0.01°C at 0°C for calibration of industrial sensors. The common industrial RTD can be read with the default values in the CVD temperature conversion for fast setup of industrial applications, or you can enter individual probe constants for higher accuracy data acquisition.

1000-OHM PRT MODULES 2567 AND 2568

For 1000-ohm PRTs, these modules provide all the same great features as the 2560 and 2562 Modules. The two-channel 2567 Module has a resistance range of 0 to 4000 ohms and is accurate to ±0.006°C at 0°C. The 2568 Module reads up to eight 1000-ohm PRTs and at 0°C is accurate to ±0.01°C. Don’t use an ohmmeter or multimeter to read your 1000-ohm PRTs when you can use a Black Stack loaded with convenient temperature functions.

STANDARDS THERMISTOR MODULE 2563

Special low-drift thermistors are becoming increasingly popular as reference probes in applications with modest temperature ranges up to 100°C. This module has a temperature accuracy of ±0.0013°C at 0°C with a resolution of 0.0001°C.

The 2563 Thermistor Module has two input channels. It displays direct resistance in ohms or converts directly to a temperature readout using either the Steinhart-Hart equation or a higher-order polynomial.

THERMISTOR SCANNER MODULE 2564

This module is usable with any type of thermistor but has eight channels instead of the two channels found on the Standards Thermistor Module and operates with or without the Standards Thermistor Module. This module’s accuracy is ±0.0025°C at 0°C for all eight channels.

The eight channels make the 2564 module an excellent data acquisition tool. It can be used in research work or for verification of biomedical equipment such as DNA sequencing apparatus.

PRECISION THERMOCOUPLE MODULE 2565

This precision thermocouple module reads any type of thermocouple, including type S platinum thermocouples and the new gold-platinum thermocouples for standards work. This two-channel module has internal cold junction compensation, or you can use an external source for even greater accuracy.

All the standard ANSI thermocouple types are preprogrammed; however, you can choose a conversion method and then enter the probe characteristics of your sensor, creating a system-calibrated channel. The 2565 module accepts up to three calibration points for error adjustment in the individual sensor. A polynomial interpolation function calculates the points between your measurements.

Type R, type S, and gold-platinum conversions accept complete polynomial calibration coefficients. Additionally, a thermocouple conversion function calculates temperature by interpolating from a table. You enter the temperature in degrees C and the corresponding voltage for your specific sensor from 1 to 10 temperatures. Interpolation is performed between the entered points.

THERMOCOUPLE SCANNER MODULE 2566

This module has 12 channels and reads K, J, T, S, R, B, E, and N thermocouples. Each channel can be set to read a different type of thermocouple. All temperature readings are performed in exactly the same manner as with the 2565 module.

The connectors on the scanner module are special dual connectors that accept both the common miniature and standard thermocouple connectors. If you want to use screw terminals, use the appropriately-sized connector with the hood removed.

FEATURES COMMON TO ALL MODULES

The 1560 Black Stack is an incredible thermometer. You buy only the modules you need for the work you are doing. If your work changes, simply order the modules with the functions you need and slip them onto the back of the Stack. Your thermometer changes its software, display, and method of operation to match the new functions you’ve added.

Remember, you never have to open the case to add modules. There’s no software to load. It’s all automatic.

Each module stores its own calibration internally, so you can add or change modules without recalibrating the whole stack. Module calibration is digital and is performed manually through the base’s front panel or over the RS-232 link. If your lab has the capability, you can calibrate modules yourself. If not, send them to us with or without your base unit and we’ll recalibrate them.

The LCD screen has multiple methods of displaying data, including a graphical strip chart recorder. The graphical capability of the Black Stack makes testing temperature stability easier than ever. Vertical scaling and graph resolution are automatic.

The Stack has high-accuracy, two-channel capability or multi-channel functionality if you need it. Its memory stores the most recent 1000 readings, or you can send your data to your PC through the RS-232 port. Each data point is time and date stamped. An IEEE-488 port is optional.

With the Black Stack you can read data almost anyway you like—in ohms, millivolts, or temperature, according to your application and preference.

Remember, this thermometer’s calibration is traceable to NIST. Its accuracy is as high as ±0.0013°C, depending on the module and sensor you’re using.

HEY! WHY DID YOU MAKE IT LOOK LIKE THAT?!

We get asked this question more than any other question. There are several reasons for the shape of the Black Stack.

 

When we started the design process on the Black Stack, we wanted a unique instrument that was a true technological leap in thermometry. Incremental improvements are okay sometimes, but if you’re going to lead the industry, you might as well go out and lead it.

Here are some of the design criteria we started with. The new thermometer had to be capable of transforming itself into any kind of thermometry instrument the customer wanted, and it had to do this without having to open the box, replace boards or set up anything. All connections must be easily accessible from the front of the instrument, with no connectors on the front panel. The front panel had to be easy to read, all features including programming should be done on the front panel and the programming should take advantage of the graphical capability of the display. The software had to be as creative and as versatile as the instrument. It had to be easy to use and, if at all possible, even fun to use. And finally, it had to be very accurate.

The shape of the Black Stack facilitates the function and usability of the instrument. And it is unbelievably functional and fun to use.

The only way you’ll truly understand what we’re talking about is to get one and try it. Hundreds of customers, including many national standards labs, already have it!

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molstic-L Mounting Systems

sku Product SKU:  FCL-molstic-L

molstics provide a quick connector input for convenient connection to the gas supply. This is followed by a 2 micron (0.5 micron for low flow) filter to protect the downstream components. Then, an adjustable regulator sets and regulates optimum molbloc upstream pressure and protects the molbox transducers against accidental overpressure. The regulator range supports all standard molbloc operating pressure ranges. A bellows shut-off valve, just before the molbloc, allows the gas supply to be shut-off for configuration changes and/or system leak checking.

Special cradles support the molbloc(s). A connection and pads are provided downstream of the molbloc for mounting the MFC (mass flow controller), another device under test, or the optional metering valve kit for manual flow control.

Single channel molstics are available to accommodate single molblocs. Dual channel models allow two molblocs to be mounted simultaneously to switch between two different molbloc ranges without changing hardware or to take advantage of molbox1+'s capability to run two molblocs in parallel.

There are low, mid and high flow versions of molstic. Low flow molstics use a unique, very high stability pressure regulator and minimize dead volumes. They are required for effective use of 2E2-L and lower molblocs and can be used up to the 1E3-L molbloc size. The mid flow molstics cover the ranges of all the molblocs from as low 2E2-L up to the 3E4-L. The high flow molstic is required for the 1E5-L (100 slm) molbloc and supports that molbloc only.

 

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AMETEK-DLM 600 Watt

sku Product SKU:  AME- DLM 600 Watt

The Sorensen DLM 600 series of programmable power supplies is designed to provide continuously variable  output voltage and current for a broad range of applications in a compact 1U (1.75 inches) high, half-rack  (8.5 inch) wide chassis.

With the use of Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS) technology, these supplies are able to achieve exceptionally low ripple and noise rivaling larger and more expensive linear power supplies. In addition, the high efficiency and fast load transient response assure that the DLM 600 is ideal for even the most demanding applications.

The DLM 600 power supply series is ideal for high density multiple output rackmount requirements or low profile benchtop applications. Output voltages from 0-5VDC to 0-300VDC and currents from 0-2A to 0-75A are available.

The cooling air intake is at the front and sides with exhaust at the rear and sides. Variable speed fans are controlled as a function of ambient air temperature and load, thus reducing acoustic noise and increasing fan life. This allows supplies to be stacked one directly on top of another without space in between, yielding maximum rackmount packing density and a wide operating temperature of 0-50° C. An optional rackmount kit is available to easily mount one or two units side-by-side.

The front panel layout makes the DLM 600 power supply series easy to use. Voltage and current can be set from individual 10-turn potentiometer knobs. Control push buttons include power on, output on, local/remote, voltage/current preview and overvoltage protection preview. Set-point or actual voltage/ current values can be viewed on two 3-1/2 digit LED displays.

DLM 600 near-linear DC power supplies can be connected in series or parallel. All models automatically accept any standard single phase input without manual set up.

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molbox RFM Reference Flow Monitor

sku Product SKU:  FCL-molbox RFM

molstics provide a quick connector input for convenient connection to the gas supply. This is followed by a 2 micron (0.5 micron for low flow) filter to protect the downstream components. Then, an adjustable regulator sets and regulates optimum molbloc upstream pressure and protects the molbox transducers against accidental overpressure. The regulator range supports all standard molbloc operating pressure ranges. A bellows shut-off valve, just before the molbloc, allows the gas supply to be shut-off for configuration changes and/or system leak checking.

Special cradles support the molbloc(s). A connection and pads are provided downstream of the molbloc for mounting the MFC (mass flow controller), another device under test, or the optional metering valve kit for manual flow control.

Single channel molstics are available to accommodate single molblocs. Dual channel models allow two molblocs to be mounted simultaneously to switch between two different molbloc ranges without changing hardware or to take advantage of molbox1+'s capability to run two molblocs in parallel.

There are low, mid and high flow versions of molstic. Low flow molstics use a unique, very high stability pressure regulator and minimize dead volumes. They are required for effective use of 2E2-L and lower molblocs and can be used up to the 1E3-L molbloc size. The mid flow molstics cover the ranges of all the molblocs from as low 2E2-L up to the 3E4-L. The high flow molstic is required for the 1E5-L (100 slm) molbloc and supports that molbloc only.

 

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Fluke Calibration E-DWT Electronic Deadweight Tester

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-E-DWT

E-DWT-H breaks new ground, 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 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 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.

  • 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.

 

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.

All the features you expect in today’s state-of-the-art instruments, including:

Accuracy and performance 

  • One-year measurement uncertainty is ± 0.02% of reading from 10% to 100% with one Q-RPT, and from 1% to 100% with two Q-RPTs
  • Low torque variable volume allows for pressure generation up to 200 MPa (30,000 psi) with minimal physical effort
  • Separate fine adjustment tool for maximum, superfine control resolution
  • User defined resolution and ready limits enable user to optimize performance based on DUT specifications
  • High pressure isolation valve and pressure relief valve protect the low pressure reference transducer from over pressure when high pressure reference transducer is active

Ease of use

  • AutoRange feature optimizes measurement and safety features for the specific range of the instrument being calibrated
  • Simple rezeroing while vented at atmospheric pressure
  • Simple, objective pressure “ready/not ready indicator with user adjustable criteria to ensure repeatable results among operators
  • Not dependent on local gravity or ambient temperature
  • Sets and reads any pressure value directly in any unit of measure, without moving weights
  • Built-in priming system to fill system with test fluid and purge unwanted air to assure smooth operation
  • Optional foot switch accessory allows hands-free data collection when running AutoTests

Portability

  • Rechargeable battery pack option for eight hours of field operation
  • Everything to set, adjust and read pressure in one compact, transportable package
  • Optional shipping/carrying case with handles and wheels allows for easy transport to field application
  • Proven rugged and weatherproof design with room for accessories.

 

 

Automation

  • RS232 interface allows for real time automated data collection and customized report generation using DHI’s COMPASS® for Pressure calibration software



Free upgrades

  • Flash memory for simple and free embedded software upgrades from


www.dhinstruments.com

 

 

Automate data collection and manage calibration assets with COMPASS® for Pressure software

E-DWT can run stand-alone tests and collect test data. Test data can be downloaded over the RPM4-E-DWT’s RS232 interface. 

The RPM4-E-DWT’s RS232 interface can also be used to run the E-DWT with COMPASS® for Pressure software or user developed software. 

COMPASS® for Pressure software is universal pressure calibration software for the laboratory, which can be used to run simple or complex tests with multiple instruments. The user can create his/her own calibration report, and data can be exported to Fluke MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software.

The support you need, when you need it 
DHI’s calibration, testing and repair services are dedicated to satisfying your needs quickly and at a fair cost while maintaining the unmatched level of quality that is our trademark.

DHI’s calibration laboratories are accredited by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) for conformance to ISO Guide 17025. 

As a Fluke company, DHI has access to global calibration and repair facilities to keep your hardware in top working order. 

If you need training for yourself or your staff, DHI offers a broad range of classes including: the principles and practices of pressure calibration, advanced pressure metrology, gas flow calibration using a DHI molbloc/molbox system, set up and operation of COMPASS® for Pressure calibration assistance software, and much more.

Fluke’s commitment to support provides additional benefits as well, including invitations to software user group meetings and conferences, periodic email bulletins and a pressure and flow newsletter

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Cellguard Wireless Battery Monitoring System

sku Product SKU:  Cellguard

Critical power-backup systems must be ready to go the instant they are needed. Midtronics designed theCELLGUARD Wireless Battery Monitoring System to ensure that batteries critical to stationary battery systems will be able to meet power demands at all times. TheCELLGUARD SYSTEM provides full conductance, battery temperature, intercell connection integrity, voltage monitoring and more for comprehensive battery and system state of health analysis.

The CELLGUARD SYSTEM combines the latest wireless communications technology with patented, field-proven battery conductance analysis for the most thorough industrial battery health assessment in the stationary battery industry. Years of laboratory and field test data have proven that conductance provides a reliable indication of battery state of health and a correlation to battery capacity. The advantage of using conductance technology is the accuracy and efficiency it offers. Conductance can be used to detect cell defects, sulfation, dryout, shorts, and general degradationthat can cause the battery to fail. In addition, this passive method is safe and non-invasive,eliminating large discharges of energy from the battery. Not a "one size fits all" measurement, extensive research has been conducted to ensure effectiveness on a wide range of stationary power batteries in numerous applications.

CELLGUARD utilizes battery sensors to effectively monitor and analyze battery performance. CELLGUARD's battery monitoring sensors remain attached to the battery during its service life and continuously assess the health and power status of the battery. Combining conductance with measurements of voltage and temperature, they give a continuous record of a battery in service.

The CELLGUARD Wireless Battery Monitoring System is designed for simple expansion and worldwide accessibility. Advanced notification of battery problems are conveniently available via email or text message. Wireless communication architecture ensures proper installation, easy operation, & low maintenance costs. Economical total cost of ownership comes from reduced installation cost, hardware price, and system maintenance. Efficient for standby power backup applications: UPS Battery Monitoring, Telecommunications Power, Power & Utility T&D and CATV / Broadband.

  • Continuous 24/7 online battery monitoring for system integrity assurance
  • Intercell connection integrity battery monitoring ensures system effectiveness
  • Applies test signal to an individual cell or monoblock for high resolution of battery backup system state of health
  • Web enabled communications for remote surveillance
  • Full monitoring of string charge and discharge current, and discharge performance recording
  • Standby battery industry choice conductance technology is the accepted standard for battery testing

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P5514 Hydraulic Pressure Comparator

sku Product SKU:  FCL-P5514

These instruments are used for checking pressure measuring instruments against master test gauges, indicators or transducers. These hydraulic pressure comparators provide a quick and easy solution for checking pressure measuring instruments to 10,000 psi (700 bar).

Highlights
A pressure comparator supplies the same precisely controlled pressure to both a reference gauge and device under test for calibration. The P5514 is the preferred manual solution for hydraulic calibration workload below 10,000 psi.

Make it a Pressure Calibrator (P5514-2700G)
The Fluke Calibration P5514 Pressure Comparator when combined with the Fluke 2700G Reference Pressure Gauges becomes an easy-to-use alternative to traditional deadweight testers that covers a wide range of workload. For convenience, the P5514 is bundled together with selected Fluke 2700G Reference Pressure Gauges for a complete bench top pressure calibration solution. These pressure calibrators provide the accuracy, reliability, and capability you need to calibrate dial gauges, digital test gauges and pressure transmitters.

For example, the P5514-2700G-3 is a P5514 Pressure Comparator, bundled together with 2700G-G70M, 2700G-G20M, 2700G-BG7M. This calibrator has three pressure ranges corresponding to the three Fluke 2700G Reference Pressure Gauges in the bundle and covers a total pressure range of –12 psi to 10,000 psi (–80 kPa to 70 MPa).

The accuracy of the calibrator is equal to the accuracy of the Fluke 2700G Reference Pressure Gauge being used: ±0.02% full scale of positive pressure or ±0.05% of full scale for vacuum.

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