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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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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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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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7750i Air Data Test Set

sku Product SKU:  FCL-7750i

  • The Model 7750i Air Data Test Set represents the latest generation Air Data Test Set (ADTS), incorporating a unique quartz sensor having unequalled precision and long term stability with the latest pressure control technology. The Model 7750i ADTS provides high performance measurement and control of all air data parameters.

    The Model 7750i is a laboratory ADTS for calibrating a wide variety of avionics instrumentation such as altimeters, airspeed indicators, rate of climb meters, Mach meters, air data computers and engine-based control systems that rely on accurate control and measurement of pressure. The 7750i can be used to calibrate devices that are required to meet the Reduced Vertical Separation Minimal (RVSM) requirements, controlling altitude to within two feet (better than 0.003 in Hg) at sea level. Additionally, the 7750i provides precision rate control for both altitude and airspeed.

    The Model 7750i is ideal for use in Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) systems. The seven-inch height (4U) allows easy integration into comprehensive test systems. Additionally, an IEEE-488 interface is provided for PC-based control. The 7750i can be set to emulate previous generation ADTS (Model 6610), eliminating the need to alter existing software.

    Automatic go to ground

    Upon selecting the go to ground command, the 7750i safely controls the pressure to the current, local barometric pressure. The user can then disconnect the device under test (DUT) without exposing sensitive instruments to a potential pressure transient or shock.

    Leak test mode

    A separate mode is provided for performing leak checks prior to beginning an actual calibration.

    Protecting the device under test

    In order to protect the DUT, the operator can program high and low limit settings for:

  • Altitude
  • Airspeed
  • Rate of climb
  • Mach
  • Negative Qc
  • ARINC 565 envelope
  • As with any instrument, regular zeroing is suggested to achieve maximum performance. This task is now automated and can be performed at the push of a button, or over the PC interfaces. The 7750i incorporates the vacuum sensor onboard; no separate or external vacuum gauges or sensors are required. In addition, only one vacuum pump is required to operate and zero the 7750i ADTS. Zeroing is performed in 30 to 45 minutes using the specified vacuum pump.

    Avionics and pressure units

    The Model 7750i displays the common avionics units including feet and meters for altitude, calibrated airspeed in knots, km/hr, and Mach with corresponding rate displays for each unit per minute. It can also display pressure units.

    High performance for fixed-wing or rotary aircraft

    Although the standard configuration offered is a Ps range of 32 in Hg and a Qc range of 68 in Hg, we also offer custom ranges. For example, for exclusive testing of rotary aircraft, a Qc range of 32 in Hg can be provided, increasing performance in the lower airspeed ranges. For other custom ranges please consult factory.   

    Automatic volume characterization

    The 7750i automatically tunes the controller into external volumes ranging from 80 to 1000 cubic centimeters (5 to 60 cubic inches). This allows a large degree of flexibility for the configuration of the test system and the type of aircraft and components to be tested. For component manufacturers, a large number of devices can be tested simultaneously on a single manifold.

    Automatic zeroing

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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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700HPPK Pneumatic Test Pump Kit

sku Product SKU:  FCL-700HPPK

USE THE 700HPPK JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE

The 700HPPK is designed to be at home in the lab or the field. Lightweight and portable, it features collapsible feet, built-in handhold, and a canvas carrying case, making it easy to carry to the field.

The 700HPPK works on just about any surface, so you don’t need a flat laboratory bench or flat area in the field.

With the 700HPPK, you don’t need to carry a lot of extra equipment or accessories. No PTFE tape or extra tools are required thanks to a swivel ¼ NPT female reference gauge connector that makes switching reference gauges fast and easy.

The pump kit is designed so that the calibration manifold attaches and detaches easily via quick detent pins. You won’t need to spend a lot of time setting it up or packing it away at the end of the day.

GENERATE HIGH PRESSURE ACCURATELY AND SAFELY FOR A WIDE WORKLOAD

The 700HPPK generates pressure up to 21 MPA (3000 psi) within 20 seconds to full scale into a 10 cm3 volume. A detachable pressure adjustment system and adjustment control knob enables users to make fine pressure adjustments to 0.1% of reading or better. The 700HPPK includes a 2 meter (6.5-foot ) pressure line and assorted pressure fittings, enabling you to connect a wide variety of DUTs for wide workload coverage. In fact, the 700HPPK covers at least five times more workload than standard range pneumatic pumps. An in-line filter system protects the system against contamination from the unit under test.

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AMETEK-DC Load Module

sku Product SKU:  AME-DC Load Module

ReFlex Power™ is a high density, modular programmable power system providing DC, AC and electronic load assets all under control of a single controller. It provides a reconfigurable, flexible platform ideal for ATE and production test environments where RFP™ can provide programmable stimulus and bias power as well as programmable loads for the device(s) under test. The EIA 4U high RFP™ mainframe can hold up to 12 single-slot modules or combinations of single, dual and triple slot wide modules to configure (or reconfigure) the system for the particular requirements at hand. The mainframe can support up to 6 kW of output power.

Up to 8 mainframes, potentially up to 95 modules, can be controlled via a single controller. The controller communicates to the individual modules via a high speed proprietary bus protocol, providing very high data rates and a high degree of deterministic control. The RFP™ controller communicates to the host controller via an Ethernet LAN connection designed to be compliant with the LAN Extension for Instrumentation ( ™ ) standard, assuring interoperability and ease of integration. RFP™ system modules can be combined via the controller, permitting the creation of “virtual assets” with the voltage/current combinations required for a particular test regime. Creating “virtual assets” reduces the “logistical tail” and total cost of ownership.

Available power modules include 

  • Single slot, 330 Watt programmable DC supplies
    • 16V, 20.6A
    • 65V, 5.1A
       
  • Dual slot, 1kW programmable DC supplies
    • 33V, 30A
    • 50V, 20A
    • 50V, 25A
    • 120V, 8.3A
    • 450V, 2.3
  • Triple slot, 875 VA, single phase, programmable AC supply
    • Dual range: 280V(rms), 3.5A(rms)
    • Dual Range: 140V(rms), 7A(rms)
       
  • Triple slot, 500V, programmable electronic DC loads
    • 15A, 375 Watt
    • 30A, 750 Watt

The mainframe provides internal power distribution, cabling, I/O and power connection and rack mounting for 12-asset slots. The mainframe also supplies the signal and control bus fabric supporting multi-module series/parallel operation, complex triggering, fault I/O and inter-mainframe control infrastructure.

 

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AMETEK-AC Power Module

sku Product SKU:  AME-AC Power Module

ReFlex Power™ is a high density, modular programmable power system providing DC, AC and electronic load assets all under control of a single controller. It provides a reconfigurable, flexible platform ideal for ATE and production test environments where RFP™ can provide programmable stimulus and bias power as well as programmable loads for the device(s) under test. The EIA 4U high RFP™ mainframe can hold up to 12 single-slot modules or combinations of single, dual and triple slot wide modules to configure (or reconfigure) the system for the particular requirements at hand. The mainframe can support up to 6 kW of output power.

Up to 8 mainframes, potentially up to 95 modules, can be controlled via a single controller. The controller communicates to the individual modules via a high speed proprietary bus protocol, providing very high data rates and a high degree of deterministic control. The RFP™ controller communicates to the host controller via an Ethernet LAN connection designed to be compliant with the LAN Extension for Instrumentation ( ™ ) standard, assuring interoperability and ease of integration. RFP™ system modules can be combined via the controller, permitting the creation of “virtual assets” with the voltage/current combinations required for a particular test regime. Creating “virtual assets” reduces the “logistical tail” and total cost of ownership.

Available power modules include 

  • Single slot, 330 Watt programmable DC supplies
    • 16V, 20.6A
    • 65V, 5.1A
       
  • Dual slot, 1kW programmable DC supplies
    • 33V, 30A
    • 50V, 20A
    • 50V, 25A
    • 120V, 8.3A
    • 450V, 2.3
       
  • Triple slot, 875 VA, single phase, programmable AC supply
    • Dual range: 280V(rms), 3.5A(rms)
    • Dual Range: 140V(rms), 7A(rms)
       
  • Triple slot, 500V, programmable electronic DC loads
    • 15A, 375 Watt
    • 30A, 750 Watt

The mainframe provides internal power distribution, cabling, I/O and power connection and rack mounting for 12-asset slots. The mainframe also supplies the signal and control bus fabric supporting multi-module series/parallel operation, complex triggering, fault I/O and inter-mainframe control infrastructure.

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AMETEK-DC Low Power Module

sku Product SKU:  AME-DC Low Power Module

ReFlex Power™ is a high density, modular programmable power system providing DC, AC and electronic load assets all under control of a single controller. It provides a reconfigurable, flexible platform ideal for ATE and production test environments where RFP™ can provide programmable stimulus and bias power as well as programmable loads for the device(s) under test. The EIA 4U high RFP™ mainframe can hold up to 12 single-slot modules or combinations of single, dual and triple slot wide modules to configure (or reconfigure) the system for the particular requirements at hand. The mainframe can support up to 6 kW of output power.

Up to 8 mainframes, potentially up to 95 modules, can be controlled via a single controller. The controller communicates to the individual modules via a high speed proprietary bus protocol, providing very high data rates and a high degree of deterministic control. The RFP™ controller communicates to the host controller via an Ethernet LAN connection designed to be compliant with the LAN Extension for Instrumentation ( ™ ) standard, assuring interoperability and ease of integration. RFP™ system modules can be combined via the controller, permitting the creation of “virtual assets” with the voltage/current combinations required for a particular test regime. Creating “virtual assets” reduces the “logistical tail” and total cost of ownership.

Available power modules include 

  • Single slot, 330 Watt programmable DC supplies
    • 16V, 20.6A
    • 65V, 5.1A
       
  • Dual slot, 1kW programmable DC supplies
    • 33V, 30A
    • 50V, 20A
    • 50V, 25A
    • 120V, 8.3A
    • 450V, 2.3
       
  • Triple slot, 875 VA, single phase, programmable AC supply
    • Dual range: 280V(rms), 3.5A(rms)
    • Dual Range: 140V(rms), 7A(rms)
       
  • Triple slot, 500V, programmable electronic DC loads
    • 15A, 375 Watt
    • 30A, 750 Watt

The mainframe provides internal power distribution, cabling, I/O and power connection and rack mounting for 12-asset slots. The mainframe also supplies the signal and control bus fabric supporting multi-module series/parallel operation, complex triggering, fault I/O and inter-mainframe control infrastructure.

 

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AMETEK-Power Chassis

sku Product SKU:  AME-Power Chassis

ReFlex Power™ is a high density, modular programmable power system providing DC, AC and electronic load assets all under control of a single controller. It provides a reconfigurable, flexible platform ideal for ATE and production test environments where RFP™ can provide programmable stimulus and bias power as well as programmable loads for the device(s) under test. The EIA 4U high RFP™ mainframe can hold up to 12 single-slot modules or combinations of single, dual and triple slot wide modules to configure (or reconfigure) the system for the particular requirements at hand. The mainframe can support up to 6 kW of output power.

Up to 8 mainframes, potentially up to 95 modules, can be controlled via a single controller. The controller communicates to the individual modules via a high speed proprietary bus protocol, providing very high data rates and a high degree of deterministic control. The RFP™ controller communicates to the host controller via an Ethernet LAN connection designed to be compliant with the LAN Extension for Instrumentation ( ™ ) standard, assuring interoperability and ease of integration. RFP™ system modules can be combined via the controller, permitting the creation of “virtual assets” with the voltage/current combinations required for a particular test regime. Creating “virtual assets” reduces the “logistical tail” and total cost of ownership.

Available power modules include 

  • Single slot, 330 Watt programmable DC supplies
    • 16V, 20.6A
    • 65V, 5.1A
       
  • Dual slot, 1kW programmable DC supplies
    • 33V, 30A
    • 50V, 20A
    • 50V, 25A
    • 120V, 8.3A
    • 450V, 2.3
       
  • Triple slot, 875 VA, single phase, programmable AC supply
    • Dual range: 280V(rms), 3.5A(rms)
    • Dual Range: 140V(rms), 7A(rms)
       
  • Triple slot, 500V, programmable electronic DC loads
    • 15A, 375 Watt
    • 30A, 750 Watt

The mainframe provides internal power distribution, cabling, I/O and power connection and rack mounting for 12-asset slots. The mainframe also supplies the signal and control bus fabric supporting multi-module series/parallel operation, complex triggering, fault I/O and inter-mainframe control infrastructure.

 

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AMETEK-Power Controller Module

sku Product SKU:  AME-Power Controller Module

ReFlex Power™ is a high density, modular programmable power system providing DC, AC and electronic load assets all under control of a single controller. It provides a reconfigurable, flexible platform ideal for ATE and production test environments where RFP™ can provide programmable stimulus and bias power as well as programmable loads for the device(s) under test. The EIA 4U high RFP™ mainframe can hold up to 12 single-slot modules or combinations of single, dual and triple slot wide modules to configure (or reconfigure) the system for the particular requirements at hand. The mainframe can support up to 6 kW of output power.

Up to 8 mainframes, potentially up to 95 modules, can be controlled via a single controller. The controller communicates to the individual modules via a high speed proprietary bus protocol, providing very high data rates and a high degree of deterministic control. The RFP™ controller communicates to the host controller via an Ethernet LAN connection designed to be compliant with the LAN Extension for Instrumentation ( ™ ) standard, assuring interoperability and ease of integration. RFP™ system modules can be combined via the controller, permitting the creation of “virtual assets” with the voltage/current combinations required for a particular test regime. Creating “virtual assets” reduces the “logistical tail” and total cost of ownership.

Available power modules include 

  • Single slot, 330 Watt programmable DC supplies
    • 16V, 20.6A
    • 65V, 5.1A
       
  • Dual slot, 1kW programmable DC supplies
    • 33V, 30A
    • 50V, 20A
    • 50V, 25A
    • 120V, 8.3A
    • 450V, 2.3
       
  • Triple slot, 875 VA, single phase, programmable AC supply
    • Dual range: 280V(rms), 3.5A(rms)
    • Dual Range: 140V(rms), 7A(rms)
       
  • Triple slot, 500V, programmable electronic DC loads
    • 15A, 375 Watt
    • 30A, 750 Watt

The mainframe provides internal power distribution, cabling, I/O and power connection and rack mounting for 12-asset slots. The mainframe also supplies the signal and control bus fabric supporting multi-module series/parallel operation, complex triggering, fault I/O and inter-mainframe control infrastructure.

 

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AMETEK-DC High Power Module

sku Product SKU:  AME-DC High Power Module

ReFlex Power™ is a high density, modular programmable power system providing DC, AC and electronic load assets all under control of a single controller. It provides a reconfigurable, flexible platform ideal for ATE and production test environments where RFP™ can provide programmable stimulus and bias power as well as programmable loads for the device(s) under test. The EIA 4U high RFP™ mainframe can hold up to 12 single-slot modules or combinations of single, dual and triple slot wide modules to configure (or reconfigure) the system for the particular requirements at hand. The mainframe can support up to 6 kW of output power.

Up to 8 mainframes, potentially up to 95 modules, can be controlled via a single controller. The controller communicates to the individual modules via a high speed proprietary bus protocol, providing very high data rates and a high degree of deterministic control. The RFP™ controller communicates to the host controller via an Ethernet LAN connection designed to be compliant with the LAN Extension for Instrumentation ( ™ ) standard, assuring interoperability and ease of integration. RFP™ system modules can be combined via the controller, permitting the creation of “virtual assets” with the voltage/current combinations required for a particular test regime. Creating “virtual assets” reduces the “logistical tail” and total cost of ownership.

Available power modules include 

  • Single slot, 330 Watt programmable DC supplies
    • 16V, 20.6A
    • 65V, 5.1A
       
  • Dual slot, 1kW programmable DC supplies
    • 33V, 30A
    • 50V, 20A
    • 50V, 25A
    • 120V, 8.3A
    • 450V, 2.3
  • Triple slot, 875 VA, single phase, programmable AC supply
    • Dual range: 280V(rms), 3.5A(rms)
    • Dual Range: 140V(rms), 7A(rms)
       
  • Triple slot, 500V, programmable electronic DC loads
    • 15A, 375 Watt
    • 30A, 750 Watt

The mainframe provides internal power distribution, cabling, I/O and power connection and rack mounting for 12-asset slots. The mainframe also supplies the signal and control bus fabric supporting multi-module series/parallel operation, complex triggering, fault I/O and inter-mainframe control infrastructure.

 

 

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AMETEK-DLM 600 Watt

sku Product SKU:  AME- DLM 600 Watt

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

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

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

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

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

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

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