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PGC-10000-AF Pneumatic Gauge Calibrator

sku Product SKU:  FCL-PGC-10000

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

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

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

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

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Fluke Calibration 155X Stik Thermometer

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-155X Stik

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

Features at a glance

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

Thermometer probe and digital readout combined into one unit

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

Why calibrate process temperature sensors?

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

What’s wrong with my reference thermometer?

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

The best alternative to mercury thermometers

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

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

Five reasons to replace mercury thermometers

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

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Fluke 9102 Handheld Dry-Well

sku Product SKU:  FCL-9102

9100S Dry-Well
Since we introduced the world’s first truly handheld dry-well, many have tried to duplicate it—in vain. Despite its small size (2¼ inches high and 5 inches wide) and light weight, the 9100S outperforms every dry-well in its class in the world.
 

It’s simple and convenient, too. Anyone can learn to use one in less than 15 minutes. It has a range to 375°C (707°F) and is perfect for checking RTDs, thermocouples, and small bimetal thermometers in the field.
 

Plug it in, switch it on, set the temperature with the front-panel buttons, and insert your probe into the properly sized well. Compare the reading of your device to the display temperature or to an external reference, and the difference is the error in your device. With a proprietary Hart Scientific temperature controller, the 9100S has a display resolution of 0.1 degrees, an accuracy of ±0.5°C, a stability of ±0.1°C, and a stabilization time of just five minutes.
 

9102S Dry-Well
For work in the temperature range of –10°C to 122°C, Hart’s Model 9102S dry-well is another first in the industry, featuring stability to ±0.05°C.

This dry-well is only four inches high and six inches wide, achieves temperatures as low as –10°C, includes a NIST-traceable calibration, and is stable to ±0.05°C. The Model 9102S is excellent for dial gauges, digital thermometers, bulb switches, and other sensors that need calibration below ambient.
 

The 9102S has two wells so you can use one for a reference thermometer to increase accuracy. Both wells are 1/2 inch in diameter, and each has inserts available for almost any sensor size. The 9102S also has a battery pack option that gives you approximately four hours of field use when AC power is unavailable.

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271 DDS Function Generator with ARB

sku Product SKU:  FCL-271

The nominal boiling point of nitrogen is –196°C at one atmosphere of pressure. The defining triple point of argon is –189.3442°C. While there is a difference between the nominal boiling point of nitrogen and the argon triple point, the difference can be corrected for mathematically, and an uncertainty of less than 2 mK from the actual argon triple point is achievable.

Fluke Calibration's LN2 Comparison Calibrators consist of a vacuum-sealed stainless steel Dewar Flask, a high-purity copper block, and a precision-fit lid. The dewar is filled with LN2 and the copper block is suspended in it; an SPRT is inserted into the block and a calibration is performed against your own calibrated SPRT. The 7196B-4 includes four 8-mm (0.32") wells. The 7196B-13 includes five 8-mm (0.32") wells and eight 6.35-mm (0.25") wells.

Fluke Calibration's LN2 Comparison Calibrators are neither expensive nor complicated to use. If you need supporting data or would like to discuss the theory of operation of an LN2 Comparison Calibrator, call Fluke Calibration today. (Or come to one of our training courses and we’ll show you.)

  • Low-cost calibrations to –196°C
  • Simple to use
  • Uncertainty less than 2 mK

If you need to do calibrations at the triple point of argon but don’t want the complexity and cost of using an argon triple point cell, Fluke Calibration's Model 7196B LN2 Comparison Calibrators will solve your problems. And they do it for less than half the price of other argon triple point simulators.

 

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