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Custom Temperature Calibration Baths

sku Product SKU:  FCL-Custom Temperatures Calibration Baths

Fluke Calibration temperature baths provide optimal temperature environments for “secondary” or “comparison” temperature calibrations. They offer unsurpassed stability and uniformity, a large working volume, and flexibility for performing thermometer calibration on calibrating a variety of temperature sensors. However, if your needs aren’t met by our standard sizes and temperature ranges, then we can build a custom bath that is as reliable and as fine a calibration instrument as any standard bath we manufacture.

Some of the examples of the custom baths we have built include significant bath tank changes (taller, wider or deeper), change in the temperature range, different height or particular shape, faster heat and cool rates. We have built baths that require windows or custom dimensions to accommodate test fixtures. We can do all of this and more. No other manufacturer supplies custom baths to their customers, but we do.

Our engineers and designers know more about temperature calibration baths than anyone else. You’ll find our baths throughout the best national and international temperature calibration labs. It does not matter what type of calibration application you have – oceanography, missile optics, infrared, sensor manufacturing, semiconductor, renewable energy, LIG manufacturing, or down-hole tools. We have probably already built baths to do the job.

 

 

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96040A Low Phase Noise Reference Source

sku Product SKU:  FCL-96040A

The Fluke Calibration 96040A RF Reference Source enables you to simplify your RF calibration system by replacing many of the instruments and accessories that make up your current system. Its precision signal level and attenuation, high signal purity and precision low distortion modulation make this reference source superior to the general-purpose signal generators that are often used to calibrate spectrum analyzers, modulation meters, RF sensors, attenuators, and similar instruments. Its low phase noise provides superior phase noise performance.

Unlike many RF calibration solutions, the 96040A is designed specifically for RF calibration, with a calibration-oriented user interface that makes it easy to learn and use. The 96040A speeds up calibration procedures, reduces opportunities for operator errors, and greatly simplifies RF metrology. As the core of an RF and microwave calibration system, the 96040A covers the majority of test points required for calibrating spectrum analyzers of any frequency range.

Automated with MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software, the 96040A reduces complexity and calibration times, dramatically improving efficiency and increasing capacity by 50 % or more over manual methods.

KEY BENEFITS

  • Covers a broad range of RF calibration workload
  • Reduces the number of instruments and interconnections required for your RF calibration system
  • “What you set is what you get” accurate signal delivery direct to the UUT input
  • Integrated 50 MHz frequency counter eliminates need for an additional instrument • Calibration-specific interface simplifies technician tasks
  • Simplifies uncertainty calculations by delivering known signals direct to the unit under test (UUT)
  • Lowers RF system maintenance costs
  • With automation, reduces spectrum analyzer calibration times by as much as 50% over manual methods

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1620A Digital Thermometer-Hygrometer

sku Product SKU:  FCL-1620A

TWO TYPES OF SENSORS ARE AVAILABLE.

The high-accuracy sensor (“H model) reads temperature to ± 0.125 °C over a calibrated range of 16 °C to 24 °C. Relative humidity readings are to ± 1.5 % RH from 20 % RH to 70 % RH.

The standard-accuracy sensor (“S model) reads temperature to ± 0.25 °C over its calibrated range of 15 °C to 35 °C. Relative humidity readings are to ± 2 % RH from 20 % RH to 70 % RH.

All Fluke 1620A (DewK) thermo-hygrometer sensors come with NVLAP accredited certificates of calibration for both temperature and humidity, complete with data and NIST traceability.

ETHERNET AND WIRELESS CAPABILITY

With its built-in Ethernet RJ45 jack, multiple Fluke 1620A (DewK) thermo hygrometers can be monitored from the same screen using LogWare III client-server software. Ethernet also gives you the possibility for remote connectivity over the internet, so you can monitor critical conditions while you’re away.

Cables running along the floor can be a safety hazard, and cables hanging from the ceiling and walls are an eyesore. With the Fluke 1620 (DewK), simply connect your computer through an RF modem up to 100 ft away, without the clutter of all the extra cables.

If you need a printout, send data to a printer through the RS-232 interface in real time.

MATH AND STATISTICAL FUNCTIONS

In addition to temperature and humidity, the DewK calculates dew point, heat index, and rates of change for both temperature and humidity. Min, max, and a variety of other statistics are also calculated and can be shown on-screen. Daily summary statistics, including min, max, and maximum rates of change are stored for the most recent sixty days.

CALIBRATED SENSORS

With inputs for two sensors, each measuring both temperature and relative humidity, one Fluke 1620 (DewK)can monitor two locations at the same time. Both sensors can be run via extension cables to remote locations up to 100 feet away, or one sensor can be directly mounted to the top of the DewK.

Each sensor is calibrated for both temperature and humidity by Fluke Calibration. The calibration constants assigned to the sensors reside in a memory chip located inside the sensor housing, so sensors may be used interchangeably between different Fluke 1620 (DewKs), and the recalibration of sensors doesn’t require an accompanying Fluke 1620 (DewK).

Sensors may also be assigned a unique identifier (up to 16 characters) to facilitate record keeping by matching the sensor identifier with the collected data. Each DewK ships with one sensor, with additional sensors available from Fluke Calibration. Spare sensors may also be purchased as a kit, which includes a wall mounting bracket and a 25-foot extension cable.

 

The DewK thermo hygrometer and humidity monitor has enough on-board memory to store up to 400,000 date- and times stamped data points. That’s two years’ worth of data for both measurements from two sensors if readings are taken every ten minutes!

ALARMS AND BATTERY BACKUP

Alarm settings can be set up quickly in the Fluke 1620 (DewK)based on temperature, the rate of change in temperature, RH, the rate of change in RH, and instrument fault conditions. Alarms can be both visual (flashing display) and audible (beeping). Likewise, alarm settings can be set up and events triggered in LogWare III. The Fluke 1620 (DewK)is also equipped with a 0 to 12 volt alarm output that can trigger a process control system.

A backup battery shuts down the Fluke 1620 (DewKs)display but maintains measurements for up to 16 hours in the event of a power failure.

LARGE, EASY-TO-READ DISPLAY

Want to view data from across the room? Want to view data from two temperature and two humidity inputs simultaneously? Want to view data graphically, statistically, or both? At the same time?! The Fluke 1620 (DewKs)thermo hygrometer and humidity monitor does everything you could want—or at least everything we could think of. Up to sixteen different display setups can be stored and recalled at the touch of a single button. And all 16 can be easily modified, so you get exactly what you want.

 

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Microchip Technology Domain Time II

sku Product SKU:  MIC-Domain Time II

Domain Time II is a comprehensive software solution that simplifies time synchronization across the network. Versatile time clients keep the network hierarchy synchronized to a GPS referenced network time server. Easy to use management tools simplify and automate many tasks related to keeping these clients up-to-date. Monitoring functions track time client sync across the network and notify you of any problems.

Overview

Domain Time II has been designed to conform to your existing network infrastructure and to scale easily across installations of any size or complexity. In addition, Domain Time II has unmatched accuracy, manageability, security, and verifiability features that are essential in any environment with mission-critical systems.

Manageability

Domain Time II''s superior management tools enable complete control of your entire network time system from a single workstation thereby saving you a tremendous amount of time and effort. You can install, update, configure, monitor, troubleshoot, and track licensing of Domain Time II enterprise-wide.

Accuracy

Domain Time II in conjunction with a Microchip Technology network time server provides more features to ensure accurate delivery of time than any other network time product, including high-accuracy time protocols, time-source averaging, clock training, slewing, target seeking, and an efficient time cascade update hierarchy, among others. Choose between NTP, IEEE 1588/PTP, and/or the accurate Domain Time II protocol to synchronize your network.

Reliability

Providing the reliability you demand, Domain Time II software servers automatically take over for each other when one becomes unavailable and clients automatically find alternate time servers if there''s a failure.

Security

Domain Time II provides built-in protection against malicious or inadvertent tampering with the time on your network.

Verifiability

Domain Time II incorporates and tracks multiple types of data that verify exactly who synchronized from whom, when, and what were the actual adjustments were. This information can be collected remotely by the Management Tools to provide unimpeachable audit records of time synchronization across your enterprise.

Interoperability

Domain Time II supports NTP, IEEE 1588-2008/PTP (Default Profile) and Domain Time II protocols. Flexibility in client configuration allows for mixed protocol networks to achieve the best synchronization and management performance to meet your synchronization objectives.

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7312 Triple Point of Water Maintenance Bath

sku Product SKU:  FCL-7312

For frequent use of traditional-size triple point of water cells, nothing helps save you time and hassle like a good maintenance bath. The 7312 Triple Point of Water Maintenance Bath keeps your cells up and running reliably for weeks at a time—even during heavy usage.

The 7312 accommodates two TPW cells and includes three pre-cool wells for properly cooling probes prior to measurements within the cells. Stability and uniformity are each better than ±0.006 °C, so your cells stay usable for up to eight weeks. Whatever method you use for building your ice mantles, you can be assured they’ll last in a 7312 bath.

An independent safety circuit protects your water cells from freezing and breaking by monitoring the temperature of the bath and shutting down its refrigeration system should the bath controller fail. Noise-reduction techniques in the manufacturing process ensure your bath doesn’t add excessive noise to your lab.

With a temperature range from –5 °C to 110 °C, this bath can also be used for comparison calibrations—particularly of long-stem probes—or maintenance of gallium cells. An optional gallium cell holding fixture fits two cells, which, in a 7312 bath, can maintain their melting plateaus for up to two weeks.

In fact, the 7312 is available with a time-saving 2031A “Quick Stick" Immersion Freezer so you can build your ice mantles quickly and hands-free. Just fill the 2031A’s condensing reservoir with dry-ice and alcohol, insert it into the cell, and get some other work done while your ice mantle forms in less than an hour. (Alternatively, LN2 may be used.)

If you’re using traditional-size TPW cells, don’t take the time to create an ice mantle only to watch it melt quickly as it sits in a bucket of ice. Maintain your cells the right way in a Fluke Calibration 7312 TPW Maintenance Bath

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Fluke 9009 Dual-Well Dry-Well

sku Product SKU:  FCL-9009

Double your productivity or cut your calibration time in half

  • Temperatures from –15 °C to 350 °C in one unit
  • Two wells in each block for simultaneous comparison calibrations
  • Rugged, lightweight, water-resistant enclosure

You’ve been asking for it and now we’re making it for you. Hart’s new Model 9009 Industrial Dual-Block Calibrator lets you calibrate at hot and cold temperatures at the same time. Double your productivity or cut your calibration time in half—either way you look at it, your in-field temperature calibrations just got easier.

The Model 9009 includes two independently controlled temperature blocks. The hot block provides temperatures from 50°C to 350°C, while the cold block covers the range –15°C to 110°C. Each block is controlled by a precision Hart Scientific temperature controller. These aren’t some off-the-shelf controllers we glued into a box. These are Hart Scientific controllers from the leading temperature company in the world.
 

Each temperature block includes two wells with removable inserts. You can calibrate four probes at once, or you can calibrate two probes at the same time with an external reference (like Hart’s Model 1521 LLK Thermometer), or you can use the two temperature wells to get quick “zero" and “span" references for transmitter calibrations.

Need portability and durability? The 9009 is housed in a tough Pelican™ case that is both airtight and watertight. It’s a small package weighing only 10 pounds, yet it fits everything you need, including a power cord and four extra inserts. Inserts are available to accommodate sensors of any size from 1/16" (1.6 mm) to 7/16" (11.1 mm). This rugged system can go anywhere.

Of course the 9009 also delivers the performance you expect from a Hart Scientific temperature source. The cold block is calibrated to within ±0.2°C with stability of ±0.05°C. The hot block’s display is accurate to ±0.6°C with stability of ±0.05°C. A NIST-traceable calibration is included for each of the two test blocks.
 

For use with automated systems, the 9009 comes with an RS-232 connection and our Model 9930 Interface-it software, which allows you to control and monitor temperatures from your PC. For completely automated calibrations, Hart’s MET/TEMP II software also integrates with the 9009.
 

Two blocks in one unit, a total range of –15°C to 350°C, portability, durability, versatility, performance, automation. Hart Scientific delivers it all.

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9011 High-Accuracy Dual-Well Calibrator

sku Product SKU:  FCL-9011

Advanced precision

The 7250LP is available in three different range configurations, each a dual range instrument. Select either the 10 inH20 and 30 inH2O combination, or the 20 inH2O and 60 inH2O or the 35 inH2O and 100 inH2O range combination. Each combination provides a precision to 0.005 % of reading from 10 to 100 % of the higher range. For pressures from 0 to 10 %, the precision is a fixed error equal to 0.005 % of 10 % FS. This unmatched precision is achieved by the unique quartz pressure sensing technology that puts the pressure in direct contact with the quartz element, eliminating mechanical linkages and metal diaphragms. Since this is a differential sensor, the reference side of the 7250LP can be connected to the reference side (low side) of the device under test. Therefore, disturbances due to room drafts, HVAC systems and opening/closing doors, which can have a detrimental effect on the calibration process, are eliminated. The 7250LP provides both unequalled precision and excellent long term stability due to the inherent properties of quartz. For example, the total uncertainty for a 10/30 inH2O range combination over a one year calibration interval is 0.009 % of reading or 0.00015 inH2O (whichever is greater).

High-speed pressure control

The 7250LP will reach the commanded setpoint in thirty seconds or less into a 15 cubic inch volume, with no overshoot. Once at pressure, the proprietary pulse width modulated valves will maintain the setpoint to within 0.004 % of each range. Therefore, when using the 10 inH2O range in active mode, the control stability is 0.0004 inH2O.

Dual control modes

The 7250LP also provides two user selectable control modes; active and passive. In active mode, the 7250LP is continually maintaining the set point and can compensate for small leaks and pressure changes due to temperature. In passive mode, the user defines a control band and the 7250LP will turn off the controller once it achieves the setpoint within the control band. In a leakfree and temperature-stable system, passive mode can completely eliminate control mode “noise” in the system.

Automating pressure test and calibration

The 7250LP is easy to use and can automate your calibrations in several ways:

Step up/down: for calibrations where the increments are fixed intervals, enter a user-defined step value. The 7250LP increases or decreases the pressure by the step amount with the jog dial—no more lengthy keystroke sequences to program.

Sweep test: For simple exercising routines, as with mechanical gauges, enter a start value, a stop value, and number of times to repeat the cycle. The 7250LP will automatically exercise the device under test prior to the calibration run.

Onboard programs: For frequently used or lengthy calibrations, the 7250LP can store up to 20 user-defined programs/profiles with up to 1000 steps in internal memory.

Computer interface: The 7250LP is provided with both an RS-232 and IEEE-488 interface, and syntax for all Series 7250s follows SCPI protocol for easy programming. COMPASS® for Pressure is available in addition to a LabVIEW® driver, as a free download. As a standard feature, software written for the previous generation Series 7215, 7010 and 6000 instruments is fully supported by the 7250LP. The 7250LP can be set to 510 emulation mode to use software originally written for the DPI 510. Firmware updates can be performed over the RS-232 interface (updates can be downloaded from the web site). A MET/CAL® software driver is available.

Versatility to handle any pneumatic pressure calibration

The 7250LP is versatile enough to handle almost any type of low pressure calibration.

Dual range: The 7250LP has two ranges in one instrument, 10 inH2O and 30 inH2O, or specify the 20 inH2O and 60 inH2O or the 35 inH2O and 100 inH2O range combination. The 7250LP will automatically change ranges to ensure the highest performance at the requested pressure.

Pressure units/scales: The 7250LP includes more than 12 standard units of measure, including inH2O at 4 °C (39 °F), 20 °C (68 °F), and 16°C (61 °F), in Hg at 0 °C (32 °F) and 16 °C (61 °F), kPa, bar, psi, kg/cm3, mm Hg at 0 °C (32 °F), cm Hg at 0 °C (32 °F), and cm H2O at 4°C (39 °F), and two user-defined units.

Head pressure: The 7250LP automatically corrects for head pressure differences.

Autovent and autozero: With a few keystrokes, the 7250LP will vent the test port to atmosphere or automatically zero itself. Protection of the device under test— The 7250LP sets upper and lower pressure limits to ensure protection of the device under test.

Options

The 7250LP can be provided for gauge mode operation, or with:

  • Vacuum (negative gauge) mode for bidirectional devices
  • Rack mount kit
  • NVLAP-accredited calibration report
  • Intecal for Laboratories software
  • MET/CAL® software driver

The 7250LP low pressure digital pressure calibrator can easily automate low pressure test and calibration workload. The 7250LP is easy to use, easy to maintain and has the reliability, performance, and features you want.

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9101 Zero-Point Dry-Well

sku Product SKU:  FCL-9101

The Model 9101 takes advantage of the latest solid-state cooling technology rather than relying on older, less reliable sealed-water-cell devices. This eliminates the possibility that the sealed water cell will freeze and burst while transporting the unit to field locations. And our solid-state cooler is run by an adjustable electronic controller that can be recalibrated in your lab for convenient recertification. Simply place a certified standards thermometer in one of the wells and, if needed, tweak the 9101 controller until the standards thermometer reaches equilibrium at 0 °C.

Since the unit is completely self-contained and doesn’t require any user settings, you can run it on demand for instant access to an accurate, traceable zero point. Set it up with the reference junction of a thermocouple for high-accuracy thermocouple measurements.

Less costly than refrigerated baths, more accurate and less problematic than ice baths, and more durable and better looking than competitive units using sealed-water cells, the 9101 Fluke Calibration Zero-Point Dry-Well is a great choice for any calibration lab!

  • Bath-quality stability in a portable ice-point reference
  • Easy re-calibration for long-term reliability
  • Ready-light frees user’s time and attention
  • Solid-state cooling technology

    Have you been thinking about buying a zero-point dry-well? Forget those ugly-looking units the competition makes. You can get a great looking and great performing zero-point dry-well from Fluke Calibration.

    The 9101 has three test wells for inserting more than one probe at a time. All three wells are stable to ±0.005 °C. One well accommodates changeable inserts for varying probe diameters.

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Ametek Solar Array Simulator

sku Product SKU:  AME-Solar Array Simulator

A spacecraft solar array is subjected to large temperature excursions, varying insolation (the amount of sunlight falling on the array), mechanical changes and aging, which substantially effect both its short and long term
performance. In order to test the spacecraft's power environment, a cost-effective solution for ground based testing is to utilize a solar array simulator.

The Elgar SAS system reproduces all possible solar array outputs, based on the wide variety of input conditions that an array faces, including orbital rotation, spin, axis alignment, eclipse events, beginning-of-life and end-of-life
operation. The SAS also provides complete programmable control of all the parameters that shape the solar cell I/V output curve. By being able to accurately simulate solar panels under various space conditions with complete control, a system developer can comprehensively verify design margins and quickly test, in production,
spacecraft power systems and their associated electronics.

Each Solar Array Simulator is a fully integrated, turn-key system complete with Windows NT graphical user interface and hardware control software. It can be remotely controlled and addressable as a single device when integrated
into a customer's test system. This control is accomplished via a standard ethernet or optional GPIB interface using standard SCPI format commands.

As a very important consideration in spacecraft testing, discrete hardware protection systems are a standard part of every SAS. These include subsystems that can remove power at the output of the SAS in under 10 microseconds. Each SAS string has an electronic circuit breaker and relay disconnect, so faults are localized and minimize disruption of the last process. SAS systems have been designed and delivered ranging from desktop, 2 channel, R&D units to systems capable of controlling two 64 channel SAS systems simultaneously. AMETEK's Engineered Solutions Group can assist in defining special requirements and customize each system using a standard
building block approach. This allows each customer to get exactly what id needed while minimizing costs.

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5627A Precision Thermometer, RTD Temperature Probe

sku Product SKU:  FCL-5627A

The Model 9101 takes advantage of the latest solid-state cooling technology rather than relying on older, less reliable sealed-water-cell devices. This eliminates the possibility that the sealed water cell will freeze and burst while transporting the unit to field locations. And our solid-state cooler is run by an adjustable electronic controller that can be recalibrated in your lab for convenient recertification. Simply place a certified standards thermometer in one of the wells and, if needed, tweak the 9101 controller until the standards thermometer reaches equilibrium at 0 °C.

Since the unit is completely self-contained and doesn’t require any user settings, you can run it on demand for instant access to an accurate, traceable zero point. Set it up with the reference junction of a thermocouple for high-accuracy thermocouple measurements.

Less costly than refrigerated baths, more accurate and less problematic than ice baths, and more durable and better looking than competitive units using sealed-water cells, the 9101 Fluke Calibration Zero-Point Dry-Well is a great choice for any calibration lab!

  • Bath-quality stability in a portable ice-point reference
  • Easy re-calibration for long-term reliability
  • Ready-light frees user’s time and attention
  • Solid-state cooling technology

    Have you been thinking about buying a zero-point dry-well? Forget those ugly-looking units the competition makes. You can get a great looking and great performing zero-point dry-well from Fluke Calibration.

    The 9101 has three test wells for inserting more than one probe at a time. All three wells are stable to ±0.005 °C. One well accommodates changeable inserts for varying probe diameters.

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8808A Digital Multimeter

sku Product SKU:  FCL-8808A

Versatile multimeter for manufacturing, development and service applications

Eliminate production mistakes
The Fluke 8808A 5.5 digit multimeter dependably performs the most common measurements required by today’s applications. Whether you are performing functional tests or making critical measurements on test points, using the limit compare mode with pass/fail indicators eliminates production mistakes, especially those where results are “on the edge.” The 8808A display has built-in enunciators that clearly show the operator whether a test passes or fails. The pass/fail indicators take the guesswork out of testing: the result is either within limits or it’s out!

Improve quality and efficiency in manufacturing test, R&D or service applications
Manufacturing test, R&D, development and service applications demand performance and flexibility from a bench meter. This Fluke 8808A makes measurements that stand up to any scrutiny. It delivers a wide variety of measurement functions, including volts, ohms, and amps, plus frequency—all at superior accuracy and resolution.

Measure two parameters at once
The 8808A features a unique dual display that allows you to measure two different parameters of the same signal from one test connection. Looking at dual interrelated parameters like voltage and current simultaneously can reveal conditions that might go unnoticed otherwise, greatly simplifying test and troubleshooting.

Measure sensitive leakage current
Typical multimeters use a shunt method to measure current, creating a measurement burden voltage that increases the error in low current measurements. This makes it difficult, if not impossible, to perform tasks such as determining the true leakage current on a battery-powered device while it is powered down, or measuring small currents in sensitive circuits. The Fluke 8808A is the only multimeter in its class to use a low-impedance operational amplifier and current-to-voltage conversion technique to eliminate the burden voltage and measure sensitive low currents. In this special mode, the 8808A can accurately measure small currents with a resolution of up to 100 nA.

Perform 4-wire measurements with only two leads
Patented split terminal jacks for the 2x4-wire ohms function allow you to perform 4-wire measurements using only two leads instead of four. Today’s surface mount components make it difficult to make connections. The task becomes even more difficult when you need to use a 4-wire technique for accurate low ohms measurements. The Fluke test lead accessory combines the four wires into two test lead pairs, making it easy for you to establish connections. You get excellent resolution and accuracy, plus the convenience and ease of using a single pair of leads.

FlukeView® Forms Basic
FlukeView Forms increases the power of your Fluke tool by enabling you to document, store and analyze individual readings or series of measurements, then convert them into professional looking documents. Transfer data points from your meter to your PC and use the standard, non-customizable forms to display your readings in table or graphical form. For a larger array of forms or to use FlukeView® Forms Designer customize your forms, upgrade to FlukeView® Forms 3.0 with FVF-UG.

Fluke quality is built in
Fluke is known around the world for its rugged, reliable, and accurate multimeters. With our experience, design standards and quality assurance processes, we have designed a multimeter that will stand up to any scrutiny of its specifications. In fact, a Fluke meter typically performs better than specified. All of our efforts are designed to ensure that you can make an accurate measurement— repeatedly, and with confidence.

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Ametek Asterion AC S

sku Product SKU:  AME-Asterion AC S

Performance. Reliance. Brilliance.
Inspired by the enduring power of a brilliant star, the California Instruments "Asterion" line of AC power sources by AMETEK Programmable Power combines intelligence and flexibility to create an advanced platform of AC solutions. This easy-to-configure design features sophisticated technology for delivering high performance, programmable AC and DC power. Its sleek design packs maximum power density into a low-profile form factor with an intuitive touch screen interface placing that power at your fingertips. Centralized control and unparalleled modularity make Asterion the most adaptable platform on the market. Its groundbreaking capabilities set the standard for affordable, precision power sources.

iX2™ current doubling technology.
All Asterion sources employ AMETEK’s latest current enhancing technology, iX2™. The iX2 current doubling technology enables output current to increase linearly up to two times the full voltage current as the voltage decreases from range maximum to one-half of range voltage. iX2 technology results in a source that delivers full power over the widest voltage ranges. This eliminates the need to buy overpowered sources just to reach low line current requirements.

Control via Front Panel Touchscreen & Encoder or available digital control interfaces
The Asterion AC Series can be operated from the intuitive, easy to use front panel touchscreen or the Ethernet LXI, USB and RS232 standard control interfaces, as well as through the optional GPIB control interfaceThe touchscreen function group icons include a Dashboard, Output Programming Parameters, Measurements, Sequencing, Configuration, Control Interfaces, Applications, and System Settings. Function selection and parameter entry can be achieved either by direct selection from the touchscreen or by using the encoder selector button. The control resolution is adjusted by a dynamic rate change algorithm that combines the benefits of precise control over small parameter changes with quick sweeps through the entire range.

Applications
The Asterion AC Series is designed for testing today’s complex electronics, including avionics, telecommunications and commercial electronics requiring low profile, light weight power sources with high power density. 

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5622 Fast Response Platinum Resistance Thermometers (PRTs)

sku Product SKU:  FCL-5622

One of the best features of this sensor is that it conforms to the standard 385 curve, letting you use your DIN/IEC RTD meters fully. Why use a precision thermometer or RTD temperature probe that’s less accurate than your meter?

The 5627A is manufactured using a coil suspension element design for increased shock and vibration resistance. It has a mineral-insulated sheath with a minimum bend radius of 19 mm (3/4-inch) for flexibility and durability. (Bend, if any, should be specified at time of order.)

Six- and nine-inch 5627A precision thermometers are calibrated at –196 °C, –38 °C, 0 °C, 200 °C, and 300 °C. For 12-inch versions of these precision thermometers, the point at 300 °C is replaced by a calibration point at 420 °C.

Each probe is individually calibrated and includes a NVLAP-accredited report of calibration from the manufacturer, lab code 200706-0.

This RTD temperature probe is an excellent value for a precision thermometer. It has the price-to-accuracy and price-to-durability ratios you should demand in all of the precision thermometers you buy!

  • Vibration and shock resistant
  • NVLAP-accredited calibration included, lab code 200706-0

When buying a PRT or RTD temperature probe, performance isn’t the only criterion you need to look at. The real issues are price-to-accuracy and price-to-durability ratios.

5627A probes have a temperature range up to 420 °C and an accuracy as good as ± 0.025 °C. They come in three different lengths. (Both six- and nine-inch models cover –200 °C to 300 °C.) Each precision thermometer is shipped with its ITS-90 coefficients and a calibration table in 1 °C increments.

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5606 Full Immersion PRT

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The 5606 is just two inches (50 mm) in length with a sheath diameter of 1/8 inch (3.1 mm). Since it can be fully immersed over its entire temperature range, you don’t have to worry about calculating minimum immersion depth— immerse the entire probe, transition junction, and lead wires, in either non-corrosive liquids or dry mediums ranging from –200 °C to 160 °C.

The 100 Ω precision sensing element (alpha = 0.00385) is specially constructed to prevent the ingress of moisture while achieving calibration accuracies as good as ± 0.05 °C. You get both accuracy and flexibility built into a small, durable package.

The lead wires of the 5606 are made of single-conductor enameled copper wire which prevents moisture from wicking to the sensing element as it would if a more common, stranded lead wire were used. The diameter of the lead wire is no greater than 0.2 mm, making it easy to run lead wires through a freezer door to your readout or transmitter with effectively zero energy loss. The 5606 has been proven in common heat transfer fluids such as silicone oil, mineral oil, ethanol, and even liquid nitrogen with no degradation of the transition junction seal or lead wire insulation.

If you need longer lead wire than the standard length, call one of our Application Specialists today for a free quote. They can also help you determine which readout and probe termination are best suited for your application or help you select the right calibration for your probe.

  • 5606: -200 °C to 160 °C
  • Calibration accuracy of ± 0.05 °C
  • Transition junction and lead wires can withstand full PRT temperature range
  • Unique probe seal of 5606 prevents ingress of moisture
  • Calibration not included; NVLAP-accredited calibration optional

The 5606 Full Immersion PRTs are designed to perform in extreme environments where both the transition junction and the lead wires are required to withstand temperatures covering the entire operating range of the probe. (“Immersion” in this case simply means exposure to temperatures other than ambient and does not necessarily refer to the medium to which the PRT and its components are subjected.)

Applications where “full immersion” of probe, transition junction, and lead wire is required can include calibration or validation of sensors used in laboratory or bio freezers, walk-in refrigerators, autoclaves, ovens, stability test chambers, furnaces or incubators. Other applications might include IQ/ OQ/PQ qualification procedures, temperature mapping, or data logging in temperature controlled spaces or environmental chambers.

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