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Liquid Trap

sku Product SKU:  FCL-Liquid Trap

The 7000-102 Liquid Trap can be used with most any pneumatic test or calibration system where liquid contamination may be present in the device under test. Although the preferred procedure is to insure the device under test is free of both liquid and particulate contamination prior to calibration, the 7000-102 provides a degree of insurance to protect the calibration instrument.

The 7000-102 can be used with any calibrator, including the Model 7010 and complete line of Series 7215 Digital Pressure Controllers. It can assist with minimizing the possibility of contamination of the unique Ruska quartz sensor found in these instruments along with the control valves and solenoid valves, all of which are designed for pneumatic operation and can be damaged when exposed to liquids.  

The 7000-102 is also compatible with Druck’s line of pressure controllers including the DPI 515 and DPI 520 Digital Pressure Calibrators.

Further, the 7000-102 can be used with virtually any test or calibration system where the pressure does not exceed 3000 psi. 

A convenient drain valve allows periodic removal of accumulated liquids. Due to the pressure range, the level inside the Trap cannot be observed. Therefore it is recommended that the drain valve be opened on a frequent basis or prior to each test. A fitting is provided on the drain valve to allow connection to tubing that can run to a container for disposal.

The 7000-102 Liquid Trap is provided with a bench mount stand with two mounting holes for a sturdy installation.

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COMPASS® Software for Pressure

sku Product SKU:  FCL-COMPASS

Pressure Calibration Management Software
COMPASS® for Pressure Calibration Software is a universal platform for all of your pressure calibration software needs. From piston gauges calibrating individual devices in the cal lab to transfer standards characterizing racks of sensors in production, COMPASS® provides an off-the-shelf software tool to maximize the automation of your calibration and testing processes.

COMPASS® for Pressure’s industry leading pressure calibration software enables you to advance from individual automated hardware components to a fully automated calibration system - quickly, and without consuming your internal engineering resources. COMPASS® software, and the expert assistance available from the product application specialists at Fluke Calibration, remove the unknowns often associated with getting automated systems online.

COMPASS for Pressure integrates calibration functions with pressure-specific dependencies that are missing from more generic software packages. And now, COMPASS software also enables users to export test data directly to the same  database used by MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software.  Users can now manage their inventory, calibration location, maintenance and customers through MET/TEAM® software.

Structured around the unit under test
COMPASS® for Pressure Calibration Software is structured around unit under test (UUT) and test definitions. UUT definitions identify devices to be tested with all their characteristics. Test definitions define test sequences and all the details of test execution.

The pressure reference devices, data acquisition equipment and auxiliary measurement and control devices that are available to COMPASS® software are set up and stored in a hardware database to be selected by the function(s) they perform. All Fluke Calibration devices and many commonly used data acquisition products are already set up as examples to simplify the implementation of actual test hardware. When running COMPASS® software, hardware selections can be changed without programming or interfacing skills.

Flexibility to fit your hardware setup
COMPASS® for Pressure Calibration Software can run either scripted test definitions or free form with real time hardware selections, pressure setting and user initiated data acquisition. In either case, exhaustive test parameters and data are stored in a comprehensive data file.

Extensive plotting features allow test results to be visualized and evaluated within COMPASS® soft-ware with a variety of 2D and 3D plots. Test data files are in standard ASCII, delimited format, so they are very easily imported into other analytical tools such as spreadsheets, if desired.

The COMPASS® Report Editor provides advanced reporting capability within COMPASS® software with easy-to-use, customizable templates.

Piston gauge support
COMPASS® for Pressure Calibration Software supports Fluke Calibration PG7000 and 2400 Series as well as third party piston gauges. Characteristics of multiple platforms, piston-cylinders and mass sets are stored. All parameters affecting piston gauge measurements (piston-cylinder temperature, piston position, piston rotation rate, environmental conditions, reference vacuum) can be read automatically from any interfaceable device; set to default values; or entered manually when running. COMPASS software works in mass-to-pressure or pressure-to-mass mode and provides the user with instructions al prompts during test execution.

COMPASS for Pressure enables automated piston flotation and mass handling where supported by Fluke Calibration piston gauge hardware. Full support of Ruska Autofloat controller and Piston Gauge Monitor is integrated into COMPASS software, offering current WinPrompt software users an opportunity to upgrade to the modern, fully-functional platform of COMPASS.

Advanced Report Editor
COMPASS® software’s integrated Report Editor provides advanced but easy-to-use reporting capabilities. The custom template creation feature gives nearly unlimited customization capability. Operation has the familiar look and feel of Microsoft Word, and reports can be saved in MS Word format.

COMPASS® for Pressure Enhanced
This most advanced level of COMPASS® provides the greatest value to most users. It supports complex tests, including custom user macros within the test sequence and multiple outputs from a single UUT. It includes automated support of third party transfer standards and can communicate with almost any device having an RS-232, IEEE-488 or TCP/IP interface.

COMPASS® for Pressure Enhanced includes features for advanced users and applications. These features allow more complex test sequences, which may include operating valves and other auxiliary equipment before/after tests or between points. These capabilities can be used, for example, to switch pressure references during a test, include a shunt calibration, or take a zero absolute pressure point from a vacuum gauge with a vacuum pump connected directly to the UUT.

COMPASS® for Pressure Enhanced supports environmental chamber control and/or a line pressure setting device. Test definitions can specify that a pressure sequence be repeated at multiple temperatures and/or line pressures.

COMPASS for Pressure Enhanced includes device macros using Visual Basic® Script to create commands for instruments that do not use simple ASCII character command strings and that may require multi-step communications.

COMPASS® for Pressure Basic
This version was developed for performing basic calibration and testing on UUTs, even those that may have complex outputs. The reference may be any Fluke Calibration pressure standard (PPC/RPM or PG7000) or any manufacturer’s piston gauge/deadweight tester. COMPASS® for Pressure Basic includes features such as security options and networked operation.

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Ametek DC Power/Energy Absorber

sku Product SKU:  AME-DC Power/Energy Absorber

The Energy Absorber Test System includes power supplies and a regenerative energy absorber with a rating of 400VDC at ±150A. The system consists of DC power supplies, an AC distribution and interlock system, an energy absorber chassis and an absorber load resistor chassis. The power sources are equipped with a remote control option allowing control via GPIB or with front panel controls in local mode. The operation of the specific parts of the system is described in the sections below.

DC Power Supplies
The power supplies consist of two model types each rated for 0-400VDC at 75A. The SGI supply includes a GPIB programming interface and operates as the Master supply. The SGA supply is used as a Slave, operating as a voltage controlled current source. This Master/Slave operation is used to provide up to 400V at 150A for 60kW of output power. By operating in a Master/Slave configuration, the supplies operate as one unit that can be controlled from the Master unit through either local control or IEEE-488 operation. 
The DC power supplies contain a provision for voltage and current readback. The current readback on the front panel of the supplies is set up so that the SGI supply indicates the sum of both supplies. As used in this system, the power supply current monitoring indicates the actual power supplies output current. Regenerative current is not conducted through the power supplies due to a blocking diode in the Energy Absorber chassis so the system current readback is available separately.

Energy Absorber Load Chassis
The Energy Absorber Load chassis contains the regenerative resistive load element. The load consists of numerous high power resistors connected in series/parallel banks, creating a total resistance of approximately 1.5 Ohms at 30kW continuous and 60kW peak.

Energy Absorber Control Chassis
The Energy Absorber Control chassis contains primary and secondary voltage clamps consisting of an IGBT and an SCR. In addition, it contains a GPIB programmer and measurement circuitry and controls that provide drive signals to the power components. In the chassis, high current bus capacitors are connected between the output to limit the rate of rise of voltage (slew rate) allowing the IGBT to operate at a controlled frequency when an external Regen current pulse occurs and to store energy to provide high peak current pulses to the load. A blocking diode in series with the input power supplies is used to detect the direction and amplitude of current flow. A differential amplifier is used to monitor the voltage across the blocking diode and regulate it to a value programmed by the internal GPIB controller which is independent of the input voltage level. Since it is desirable in some tests to allow the voltage to increase above the normal voltage level during the Regen pulse event, the output occurring across the blocking diode is scaled so that the voltage that is fed to a comparator is proportional to the controllers D-A converter that is calibrated to this same voltage range. When currents from the actuator conduct back into the absorber chassis, the bus capacitor charges until the input to the comparator reaches the programmed threshold and activates a drive signal to turn on the power IGBT connecting the absorber load resistor across the output bus. The resistor discharges the output capacitor until a lower threshold voltage is reached on the comparator. In this manner, with the actuator Regen current providing the charging current and the absorber load resistor providing the discharge current, the bus capacitor bank voltage can be maintained at a constant level with approximately 5V peak to peak of ripple during the charge and discharge intervals. The Energy Absorber Control chassis also contains circuitry to activate AC input contactors, relays and power supply shutdown signals, which are enabled through a control connector. Also available are high bandwidth 0-10V analog circuitry proportional to the DC output voltage and current for monitoring with an oscilloscope or external analog system. The voltage and current monitors are also available on an internal GPIB controller in the Absorber chassis so that their values can be queried over the bus. Additional functions in the chassis include an OVP detector for a secondary protection SCR in the case of a power interruption, and front panel status LEDs to show the operating status of the OVP circuit, relays and contactors. The oscilloscope photo example shows the action of the power supplies and regen circuitry to a specific loading condition. The photo shows an expanded view of the output voltage where the charge and discharge intervals are more visible. The bottom trace is output current that on the Energy Absorber power rack during a pulsed regenerative event. The top trace (1) shows the output voltage programmed to 270VDC at 10V/div AC coupled. The lower trace (3) shows the load current at 100A/div being switched between a resistive load of 100A and the Regen current at 150A. The arrow at the center of the scope trace is the zero current level. The scope trace is shown at 4msec/div.

Communication to control the power supply outputs and readback of voltage and current in the power supplies is accomplished with a GPIB interface using standard SCPI commands. The power supplies can also be operated manually from the front panels. The Energy Absorber chassis includes a GPIB interface for programming the Regen clamping limit, input contactor closure, dropout relay closure and voltage and current readbacks. A GPIB connection is provided on the rear of the rack for both interfaces.

AC Control and Distribution
The power rack system includes an AC distribution system. With a DC output power rating of 60kW at 480VDC and 150A, the AC input current to the rack is 120A per phase with a 400VAC, 3 phase, 4 wire connection. AC power to the racks is through two pin and sleeve type connectors and routed through circuit breakers and the mains disconnect interlock contactors. The AC interlock operates by energizing relays which are operated by ON/OFF switch closures located on the front panel or with auxiliary switch closures which are available through a rear I/O panel connector. The ON/OFF panel contains two pushbutton switches, an ON pushbutton and a twist to lock OFF button. A door interlock and single point ground connection are also provided.

DC Output
DC output is through an MS type connector of suitable type and ampacity on the panel depicted in the image above. A mating connector is provided. 


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Ametek MX Series

sku Product SKU:  AME-MX S

The 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 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, 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.

The MX15 delivers up to 15 kVA of single phase output. The MX30 delivers up to 30 kVA, and the MX45 up to 45 kVA. Both operate using single or three phase output in AC 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

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Ametek XBT Series

sku Product SKU:  AME- XBT S

The Sorensen XBT32-3FTP adds to the capability of the Sorensen benchtop product line with a 16-bit triple output supply. Channels 1 and 2 can be programmed 0-32V and 0-3A each. The third output is fully programmable 0-15V, 0-5A up to a maximum of 30W. Channels 1 and 2 can be configured for tracking, parallel or series operation to, in effect, provide the equivalent of 6 different power supplies. In isolated mode, each of the 3 outputs functions independently; in tracking mode, channels 1 and 2 provide the same, but isolated output; in parallel mode, there is one 0-32V/0-6A output and one 0-15V/0-5A/30W output; in series mode, there is one 0-64V/0-3A output and one 0-15V/0-5A/30W output.

Safety of devices under test is paramount. The Sorensen XBT series of power supplies provides superior device protection. Each output is fully isolated with voltage/current preview before turning on the output. Built-in switches, in addition to enabling the preview mode, can configure the outputs for parallel or series connection while graphics on the front panel show the user where to make connections.

Advanced engineering features include storage of 100 different setups (voltage and current) as well as a 100 hour timer. Power- on state and synchronous or individual control of each channel output can also be set. Over-voltage and over-current protection is programmed for each channel.

Computer control is easily accomplished through industry-standard SCPI commands via the USB or RS-232C interfaces which come standard on every unit. The GPIB / Ethernet interface option allows 3 low power channels in a half-rack for ATE applications. This option also includes an 8-bit digital I/O which can be set as input or output signals for programming.

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Ametek RS Series

sku Product SKU:  AME-RS S

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.


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

Programming sink (-SNK) mode operation.


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.
• Display IEEE-488, RS232C, USB and LAN 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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GFS dynamic gravimetric mass flow system

sku Product SKU:  FCL-GFS

The GFS dynamic gravimetric mass flow calibration system consists of an electronic mass balance, enclosure, and electronic instruments required to make accurate real-time measurements of depleted
gas mass in flow control systems, and the time duration over which it has run. In order to improve thermal stability and dampen vibrations, the balance is placed upon a large granite plate and surrounded by a draft enclosure. In this system the test gas is supplied by a pressurized cylinder which rests on the balance and whose mass is measured continuously to determine the quantity and rate of depleted mass during a test. The elapsed time over which this takes place is measured by a high-speed USB counter/timer connected to the system controller. Various non-corrosive gas species can be used with this system, simply by evacuating the reference cylinder and pressurizing with the media of choice.

A dedicated PC-based software program (GFSTools™) has been developed to act as the central control of the instrument and interface to the user. Discrete and averaged values of balance and device under test output are recorded and the results are calculated and displayed in terms of total mass and mass flow. Compensation of measurements for ambient pressure, temperature, and humidity, and balance drift are all performed by GFSTools. Automated test setup, data reporting and flow control are also handled by the program.

GFS™ delivers a true Primary Mass Flow Standard and makes the fundamental measurement of low gas mass flow rates in flow control systems practical. GFS primary mass flow measurements offer very low uncertainty values for independent metrology support of precision transfer standards like molbloc-L and molbloc-S, used for gas flow controller and other gas flow controlling device calibrations.

  • Covers the range of 0.2 to 200 mg/s in various gases (10 sccm to 10 slm N2)
  • Supported gases: Non-corrosive, non-toxic gases
  • Flow measurement uncertainty as low as ± 0.013% of reading
  • Maximum outlet pressure: 650 kPa absolute
  • Primary gravimetric principle using mass and time measurement
  • Automated unattended operation possible

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MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software (with MET/TEAM™ Software

sku Product SKU:  FCL-MET/CAL

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. MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software helps you to meet those challenges by calibrating and managing your workload more efficiently and consistently.

 MET/CAL Plus includes two applications: MET/CAL® software, the industry-leader for automated calibration; plus MET/TEAM software for test and measurement asset management.


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


  • New expanded Procedure Editor with flexible user interface and enhanced functionality
  • Increased security for accredited procedures
  • Ability to automate a wider variety of references
  • Compliance to Z540.3 decision rules by guard banding
  • Greater flexibility and expanded support of RF power meters and sensors
  • New LIB FSC that allows procedure access to external programs
  • Access to National Instruments DLLS, enabling calibration of PXI instruments with MET/CAL software
  • Option to use Excel for customized plotting and calculations
  • Broader instrument support
  •  Linked online help
  • Browser-based MET/TEAM software for asset management and data storage

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Microchip Technology SyncServer S650

sku Product SKU:  MIC-SyncServer S650

The modular Microchip Technology S650 combines the best of time and frequency instrumentation with unique flexibility and powerful network/security-based features. The level of timing signal flexibility is unprecedented and can even eliminate the need for additional signal distribution chasis and there is no degradation in the precise quality of the coherent output signals.


The base Timing I/O module with eight BNC connectors comes standard with the most popular timing I/O signals (IRIG B, 10 MHz, 1PPS and so on). When more flexibility is required, the unique Microchip Technology FlexPort Technology option enables six of the BNCs to output any supported signal (time codes, sine waves, programmable rates), all configurable in real time via the secure web interface. The incredible BNC-by-BNC configurations makes very efficient and cost-effective use of the 1U space available.


The 72-channel GNSS receiver coupled with Microchip Technology's patented Active Thermal Compensation Technology provides excellent accuracy of <15ns RMS to UTC (USNO). Backstop this with a durable hardware design subjected to MIL STD 810G testing, high-reliability components extending the operating temperature range to a very wide -20DegC to 65DegC and a dual power supply option. Further, upgrading to a high performance oscillator, such as Rubidium atomic clock, keeps the S650 accurate for long periods in the event of a GNSS service disruption.


The four standard GbE ports accommodate more than 10,000 NTP requests per second using hardware time stamping and compensation. All network traffic to the S650 CPU is bandwidth-limited for protection against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. For more secure NTP operations, enable the optional Security-Hardened NTP ReflectorTM with line speed, 100% hardware-based NTP packet processing. The reflector is also a CPU-protecting firewall, bandwidth limiting non-NTP traffic to the CPU. It is also equipped with DoS detection, notification and protection against abnormally high network traffic.


The SyncServer S650 includes additional built-in hardware features that are enabled through software license keys, such as the Security-Hardened NTP ReflectorTM. Anticipated future software enabled hardware options are GbE PTP operations and GLONASS support.


All of the expected network management protocols are standard in the S650. These include mandatory password access, HTTPS/SSL only (using the high encryption cipher suite), SSH, access control lists, service termination, SNMPv2/v3 and NTP MD5 authentication. All traffic to S650 is bandwidth-limited for protection against the DoS attacks.


The modern web interface is the primary control interface for the S650. Once the keypad and display are used to bring the unit online, complete status and functions are easily found via the well-organized left side expanding/collapsing navigation menu. At-a-glance dashboard presentation combined with logical organization and intuitive controls make configuring the S650 quite easy.

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5080/CAL Software

sku Product SKU:  FCL-5080A


The 5080A Multi-Product Calibrator calibrates your analog workload accurately and reliably, thanks to its high voltage and current compliance. With maximum burden up to 800 mA for ac/dc voltage, and voltage up to 50 V for ac/dc current, 5080A calibrators can drive a wide range of analog meters.


Options and accessories enable you to use the 5080A Multi-Product Calibrator to calibrate an even broader workload, including:

  • Clamp meters. The 9100-200 10/50 turn coil and 5500A/COIL 50-turn current coil enables the 5080A to calibrate most popular clamp meters at currents up to 1000 A rms amps.
  • Oscilloscopes. Oscilloscope calibration to 200 MHz quickly, easily, and cost effectively. Verify dynamic response, bandwidth, timing, multiple triggering functions, and input resistance.
  • Megohm meters. This option sources high ohms, high voltage resistors up to 18 G ohms. It also measures high voltage outputs.


Mains voltage inadvertently applied to a calibrator’s output terminals can cause extensive damage, requiring costly repairs. Electrical protection for calibrator outputs is vital for daily operation. The 5080A calibrator’s innovative protection circuitry prevents it from being damaged by reversed input voltage, so you can use it with confidence day after day.


The 5080A has the highest voltage and current compliance of any calibrator in the Fluke Calibration multi-product and multifunction calibrator families, making it an ideal solution for calibrating analog meters and other instruments requiring higher drive capability for proper operation.


Versatile software applications enable automated calibration as well as paperless data collection and reporting

  • 5080/CAL. The 5080/CAL software is designed for calibrating analog and digital workload with the 5080A calibrator. It enables you to automate calibration, manage inventory, collect data and print reports, easily and economically.
  • MET/CAL® Lite for 5080A.MET/CAL Lite provides the power of MET/CAL Plus software in a lower cost version designed for use with 5080A calibrators.
  • MET/CAL® Plus. For the full spectrum of calibration automation and asset management, choose MET/CAL Plus software. Add Manual MET/CAL software for mechanical or dimensional workload where automation is not required.The solutions you need, from the leader in calibration


Fluke Calibration is a premium brand, well known around the world for its accurate, dependable, high quality products. Long known as a leader in dc and low frequency ac calibration, Fluke Calibration is also recognized for its offerings in temperature, pressure, power, process, and rf calibration. Fluke Calibration provides the calibrators, standards, software, service, support and training you need for a complete solution in your cal lab.

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Fluke 6270A Pressure Controller / Calibrator

sku Product SKU:  FCL-6270A


The 6270A features pressure ranges from low differential pressure to 20 MPa (3000 psi), which covers the requirements of most gauges and sensors. Two levels of accuracy, 0.02 % FS or 0.01 % reading, let you balance your need for accuracy with the limits of your budget.

Thanks to its modular design, the 6270A is flexible enough that you can install modules with different accuracy classes within the same chassis. You can buy the highest level of accuracy for the pressure ranges that require it and a lower, more economical level of accuracy where applicable.

The 6270A’s accuracy specifications are provided in full and supported by a Technical Note that details its measurement uncertainty, so you know exactly what you are getting. As with all Fluke Calibration instruments, these specifications are conservative, complete, and dependable.


The PM600 Pressure Measurement Modules use the Fluke Calibration Quartz Reference Pressure Transducer (Q-RPT) technology to provide 0.01 % reading measurement uncertainty from 30 % to 100 % of the modules span. The modules are available in 14 different ranges including modules that are inherently absolute mode and gauge mode. The absolute mode modules include an onboard barometer. The barometer provides dynamic compensation of changes in atmospheric pressure, allowing for the modules usage in both absolute and gauge mode. The wide percent of reading capability combined with its ability to measure both gauge and absolute gives the PM600 Pressure Measurement Module the ability to cover an extremely wide workload.

The PM200 Pressure Measurement Modules use a highly characterized silicon pressure sensor to provide an economical method of making accurate pressure measurements. The 0.02 % FS specification includes the short term performance of the module (linearity, hysteresis, and repeatability) as well as its long term stability and the uncertainty of the calibration standard. Users can be confident in the PM200 measurement performance.


The standard pressure control module can handle a wide range of pressures. A flexible range control module is also available if you need to handle an even wider range.

The 6270A features pulsewidth- modulated control, a proven technology that enables it to deliver wide rangeability, the ratio of the maximum to the minimum specified measured value at which the instrument performs correctly. A wide rangeability is what enables you to calibrate a wide workload.


Each measurement and control module, as well as the main chassis, has pressure relief valves to protect the instrument and its operators from accidental overpressure. The 6270A has been designed using Sound Engineering Practices (SEP). With the internal relief valves, user-setable pressure limits, and emergency abort button, safety is the highest priority.


If your workload includes devices that contain different substances like water, oil, and gas, you could be at risk for contamination—something getting into your system that isn’t supposed to be there. Contamination can clog a calibrator’s valves, wear out its parts, and make it difficult to maintain pressure. If the contamination gets into the sensor, it can actually change the calibrator’s behavior and throw off your readings. If contamination is a concern for you, order the optional 6270A Contamination Prevention System to help keep the calibrator’s valves clean and free from debris.


Install up to five pressure modules in a single 6270A chassis, mixing and matching module types and ranges to get the combination that best suits your needs. Buy just what you need to calibrate the pressure ranges in your current workload. Add modules later as your workload grows and changes.

Modules snap in and out quickly and easily; just slide each one into a specially-designed track and tighten the knob until you hear it click into place. The click tells you that the module is safely in place; a special “anti-torque” guard on the knob prevents over-tightening. You never have to wonder if you tightened it too much or not enough.

Modules are installed and uninstalled through the front of the chassis. You can easily install and remove both the measurement modules and the control module from the chassis, even if the 6270A is installed in a rack mount.

Each module uses an enhanced face-seal design that has been leak tested to pressures that are three times higher than the maximum working pressure. You don’t have to worry about a leak in the system affecting your ability to measure and control pressure.


The 6270A is a flexible workhorse on its own, but you can also use it as the first step in creating an automated piston gauge system. Use the 6270A with a Fluke Calibration PG7601 or PG7202 Piston Gauge to automate the flotation of the piston. Add a PG7000-AMH Automated Mass Handler for PG7000 Piston Gauges to complete the automated system.


We designed the 6270A to be easy to maintain, making your cost of ownership very reasonable. We publish a Service and Calibration Manual with detailed instructions on how to replace valves and components. An onboard screen capture routine can be used for troubleshooting help.

Control and measurement modules are separate, allowing for quick and easy repair. Just pull out the module and replace it; no auto-tuning required. You can change the pressure ranges just as easily by installing a new module and possibly changing the supply pressure. No need to send the 6270A back to the factory.

The modules can be calibrated either in the chassis or outside the chassis using the optional PMM Calibration Kit. Once calibrated, you can use them in any 6270A chassis without impacting the uncertainty of your measurements. Modules can be removed and replaced, easily; no specialized tools required.

Every component in the system is designed for simple, modular replacement, from the front panel to the rear pressure connections.

Internal components, like the main CPU, are designed to be easily replaced. The pressure connectors on the back of the 6270A are made from anodized aluminum, a robust material that stands up well to normal usage. However, if threads are stripped or there is galling from metal connectors sliding against it, you can easily remove the block without having to open the chassis. Simply remove the screws holding it in place and pull it out. The block does not have any items attached to it, so replacement simple and low cost.

The removable rear manifold makes it easy to remove the 6270A from a rack-mounted system. Simply vent the test and supply ports and disconnect the connection manifold from the back of the chassis. You won’t need to question which pressure line is the supply port and which one is the test port; they stay connected to the manifold, and the manifold can only be connected one way. Three types of manifolds—NPT, BSP, and 7/16- 20—are available to meet the needs of different geographic regions. The isolation valves on the main manifolds are easily removed from the top of the 6270A chassis.


Fluke Calibration COMPASS for Pressure software is designed specifically for pressure calibration. It enables you to automate the 6270A and run complete pressure calibration sequences on single or multiple devices under test (DUTs). COMPASS software removes the unknowns often associated with getting automated systems online.

The 6270A also features a full remote interface that enables you to use it with custom software or other data acquisition equipment. Details about the interface are provided in the 6270A User Manual.


Fluke Calibration’s testing, repair and calibration services are dedicated to filling your needs quickly and at a fair cost while maintaining the unmatched level of quality that is our trademark. Our pressure calibration laboratories are accredited to ISO Guide 17025. We maintain global calibration and repair facilities to help you keep your hardware in top working order.


Reduce downtime and control your cost of ownership with a CarePlan. Fluke Calibration offers one-year, three-year and fiveyear Priority Gold CarePlans, which feature an annual standard or accredited calibration of your 6270A calibrator with guaranteed three-day in-house turnaround1, plus free repairs with guaranteed ten day in-house repair (includes calibration).

Two-year and four-year Silver CarePlans are available for those customers who only want extended warranty coverage.


We sponsor a range of pressure and flow calibration courses in our Phoenix, Arizona facility in the United States. We also host periodic web seminars at no charge on a wide variety of pressure calibration topics. If you need service or maintenance training to help you maintain your fleet of pressure controllers, we can help you there, too.

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Calibration Bath Fluids

sku Product SKU:  FCL-Calibration Bath Fluids

Fluke Calibration carries a full line of bath fluids covering temperature ranges from –100°C to 550°C.

Finally, there’s a convenient source for small quantities of bath fluids for any temperature range. Why pay for more than you need?

Viscosity, volatility and other properties that change with temperature affect the performance of fluids in controlled baths and circulators. Fluke Calibration has tested and used each of the fluids we sell. Over the ranges recommended in the following table, each fluid remains at a low enough viscosity to be adequately pumped or stirred. Whether your application is industrial or critical lab calibration work, Hart fluids give you top performance and stability.

For temperature ranges too high for oils, we have a bath salt with a viscosity in the molten state similar to the viscosity of water. For your convenience, it is shipped in a granular form, making it easy to fill your bath.

Between its melting point of 150°C and 550°C, this salt has the highest temperature stability and uniformity available in a bath fluid. It does not smoke like oils or give off dust like “sand" or fluidized alumina baths. Check with your bath manufacturer before using this salt to make sure your equipment is compatible. Fluke Calibration offers three standard bath models and custom-designed units for use with this salt.

Fluid specifications 
It’s important to understand a few specifications before selecting a bath fluid. We’ve seen bath fluids advertised with a temperature range that spans from the freezing point to the flash point or beyond.

For example, type 710 silicone oil has a freezing point of –22°C, but freezing point has nothing to do with the point at which the oil becomes so thick it cannot be properly stirred. Type 710 oil should really only be used down to about 80°C. It’s a viscosity issue, not a freezing-point issue. Usable range is the question. Suitability for calibration work is the specification that counts.

The usable viscosity range is determined by your bath’s stirring or pumping design. Fluke Calibration baths can be operated using fluids with up to 50 centistokes viscosity. This gives you additional usable range in the lower temperature levels of the fluid.

Some baths advertised as calibration baths require fluids with 10 centistokes or less viscosity to operate properly. The usable ranges in our table on the previous page assume the use of a Fluke bath.

In addition to range and viscosity issues, there are a number of other issues to consider when choosing a bath fluid. The other considerations are:

  • Thermal characteristics
  • Lifetime
  • Change in characteristics due to temperature cycling
  • Absorption of water from the air
  • Vaporization—fumes and fume hood requirements
  • Expansion due to heat
  • Contamination—mixing oils or introducing contamination with unclean probes
  • Conductivity properties
  • Effects of using fluids outside of their range—fire, explosion, polymerization
  • Effects of altitude on boiling point

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