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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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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.


  • 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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5790B AC Measurement Standard

sku Product SKU:  FCL-5790B

The 5790B AC Measurement Standard is a multi-purpose ac measurement and transfer standard designed for the most demanding calibration applications. It combines the accuracy you would expect from a thermal transfer standard with the ease of use of a digital multimeter. Absolute ac voltage measurement uncertainties are as low as ± 24 ppm (one year, 23 °C ± 5 °C). The 5790B is designed to meet the complete ac voltage, ac current and wideband verification requirements of the Fluke Calibration 5735A, 5720A, and 5700A Multifunction Calibrators; 5522A, 5502A, 5520A, and 5500A Multi-Product Calibrators; plus other calibrators, amplifiers like the 52120, 5725A and 5205A/5215A, and transfer standards and ac voltmeters.

The 5790B covers an alternating voltage range of 600 μV to 1000 V, and a frequency range of 10 Hz to 1 MHz. Wideband voltage options extend frequency range to 30 or 50 MHz.

The 5790B in combination with the Fluke A40B Current Shunts now allow you to make direct, absolute or relative current measurements without the need to perform any calculations.

The 5790B may be used alone as a measurement device or as a transfer standard when compared to an external dc source. In either case the normally tedious switching and calculations are performed automatically by the 5790B, and the resulting ac/dc difference is displayed directly on the easy-to-read 6.5-inch full-color capacitive touch screen display.


Since its release in 1990, the 5790A has developed an unmatched reputation of being the most precise ac measurement standard in the industry. The technology behind the 5790A and the patented Fluke RMS sensor has made it the measurement standard of choice for calibration laboratories around the world. The 5790B retains the innovative technical features of its predecessor and adds many new capabilities and functions which expand the capable workload and reliability of the product.


The Fluke A40B series shunt resistors provide a very cost effective method to expand the 5790B’s functionality to measure absolute and relative ac current to calibrate an ac current source. The 5790B's new user interface allows you to input and save current shunts to its memory. Up to 150 shunts can be stored along with the shunts’ serial numbers, calibration constant values (24 ac/dc, five loading error points) and calibration dates. After the shunt information is loaded, the 5790B can be set up to take a direct absolute or relative ac current measurement within seconds by hooking up the shunt and simply selecting the appropriate shunt from the main menu. When using a current shunt, 5790B displays both the voltage and current measurements on the display along with the shunt information. Legacy Fluke A40 and A40A current shunts can be loaded and used to make relative current measurements.


The “/3” wideband input and function, with ranges of 2.2 mV to 7 V, 10 Hz to 30 MHz, is retained from the 5790A model. A new “/5” wideband option extends the bandwidth even further, to 10 Hz to 50 MHz. The expanded wideband range extends the workload of the product to calibrate precision 50 MHz power reference outputs found on most RF power meters.


A direct-readout-mode graphical user interface displays specifications for measuring common non-sinusoidal waveforms plus peak-to-peak computation (assumes THD <1 %.) This allows for instantaneous information when it is needed the most. Unlike the vacuum-fluorescent display on the 5790A, the new 6.5-inch capacitive touch screen display allows you to see more information on screen, reducing the need to switch between menus. The 5790B now specifies absolute dc voltage measurement uncertainties as low as ± 24 ppm (one year, 23 °C ± 5 °C), providing more confidence in transfer measurements. A dedicated special purpose 50 MHz, 225 mV, 50 ohm input function is available as an option for measuring RF power meter power reference outputs. The option is “spot calibrated” at the end of a precision level/phase stable metrology grade cable. It calculates the measured power with a 50 ohm load.


Statistics showing number of samples, standard deviation, average, min and max are calculated using the displayed readings as the basis. As a benefit of the large touch screen display, the statistics data can be viewed while the main measurement is still visible on the screen. The 5790B now does peak-to- peak waveform calculations for you. You can select one of four waveforms: sine, square, triangle, and truncated. Some of these waveforms are difficult and time consuming to calculate. The 5790B performs all the calculations for you based on the measurement, significantly reducing time and possible errors.


The graphical user interface features easy-to-read menus, as well as access to common functions with just the touch of a finger. Quickly select the range and input using the hard keys on the front panel. A bright red status indicator for HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE is located on front panel, letting you know immediately when hazardous voltage is present at the terminals. Like the new 5730A Multi- Product Calibrator, the front panel features Visual Connection Management™ terminals that light up to show you which terminals are active, guiding you to make the correct connections.


The 5790B is based on the patented Fluke Solid-State Thermal RMS Sensor, which has been proven since 1979 in a variety of Fluke products like the 792A AC/ DC Transfer Standard. The Fluke RMS Sensor is a true thermal converter, not an electronic converter that calculates the RMS value. Because its output voltage is 2 V rather than the 7 mV to 10 mV of traditional thermocouples, the RMS sensor exhibits excellent signal-to-noise characteristics and minimal reversal errors. With a higher output voltage, more accurate measurements can be made. And because of its small size, the RMS sensor stabilizes quickly and operates over a wide temperature range. The 5790B also features hermetically sealed thin-film resistor networks to minimize ac measurement errors and enhance temperature coefficient. The RMS sensor and thin-film resistor networks are designed by Fluke to be rugged and reliable. Each is built to exacting standards by the Fluke Microelectronics Group to maintain quality and consistency part after part.


The variety of inputs and connection types allows you to use the one that best suits your application. There are four sets of input terminals on the 5790B, two Type-N connectors and a set of five-way binding posts. One Type-N and one set of binding posts are dedicated to the ac measurement and transfer modes. AC or dc voltages may be applied to either input connection over the 5790B’s full range, allowing you to perform automated ac/dc transfer measurements. The 5790B determines automatically whether the applied voltage is ac or dc.

The second Type-N input connection supports the optional wideband mode. The input connection is easily selected with the touch of a key on the 5790B front panel. An LED indicates which terminals are active.

Whether you are using the 5790B as a voltmeter or a transfer standard, input voltage and frequency are always indicated on the measurement display. In the transfer mode, the ac/dc or ac/ac difference is always indicated on the control display in ppm, %, volts or ratio.

The 5790B is a fully autoranging instrument and it selects the best voltage range for the measurement you are making. You may also select and lock in ranges manually. Robust 1200 V input protection is active on all voltage ranges.

Using the trigger keys, the 5790B can switch from continuous to single measurements of the input voltage, making it easy to take sample readings at predetermined intervals.

When using the 5790B in transfer mode, the reference voltage is stored, and all ac/dc or ac/ac difference measurements are made relative to it. You may also store the average of two voltages as a reference to eliminate dc reversal errors, for example.

The intuitive front panel layout of the 5790B makes manual operation fast and simple. Keys and selections are logically arranged and labeled. And messages and menus are displayed clearly on the 5790B’s bright, touch screen display display.

USB, GPIB/IEEE-488, Ethernet and RS-232 interfaces are included and all functions of the instruments can be controlled by a PC. Using an available instrument driver, the 5790B can be integrated into automated systems operating with MET/CAL® Calibration Software.

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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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1620A Digital Thermometer-Hygrometer

sku Product SKU:  FCL-1620A


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.


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.


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.


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!


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.


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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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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molbox1+ Flow Terminal

sku Product SKU:  FCL-molbox1+

The new molbox1+ flow terminal from Fluke Calibration represents a significant update to the molbloc/molbox gas flow calibration system. molbox1+ combined with molbloc flow elements enables you to achieve the lowest uncertainty available for gas flow meter calibration and controller calibrations. A special configuration, molbox1+S, allows you to use molbloc-S sonic nozzle flow elements at higher pressures than were previously possible, greatly extending their usable flow range.


A molbloc/molbox1+ gas flow calibration system is the ideal solution for gas flow meter calibration, as well as for calibrating thermal mass flow controllers (MFCs), rotameters, turbine meters, bubble meters, and other flow measurement devices. With real-time measurements, no moving parts and supported by traceable calibration in several different gases and operating pressures, molbloc/molbox can handle virtually any calibration application without compromise. molbloc/molbox systems are widely used in many industries, including pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, aerospace, environmental monitoring, energy production, reference gas blending, and research and standards laboratories.

Already own a molbloc/molbox flow system? Upgrading to the newest capabilities is easy and economical.


molbox1+ innovations enable the molbloc/ molbox1+ system to achieve the lowest gas flow measurement uncertainties in the industry. The lower uncertainty is made possible by several key improvements, including:

  • Use of Fluke Calibration's exclusive quartz reference pressure transducer (Q-RPT) technology to precisely measure both absolute and differential pressure. molbox1+ Q-RPTs are specially characterized sensors benefitting from the same technology used in Fluke Calibration’s pressure transfer standards.
  • Premium molbloc calibrations linearize molbloc flow output to better capitalize on existing precision and repeatability.
  • Expanded molbloc modelization enables improved performance of molbloc-L laminar flow elements across their range of operating pressures.
  • Reduced uncertainty on gas properties utilizing data from NIST Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties Database (REFPROP).
  • Continued improvements in Fluke Calibration’s molbloc calibration chain, based on fundamental massand time-based mass flow measurements using Fluke Calibration’s own dynamic Gravimetric Flow Standard.

Two levels of molbloc flow element calibration are now available to let you balance uncertainty and cost:

  • Premium: ± 0.125 % of reading flow measurement uncertainty (with molbox1+)
  • Standard: ± 0.2 % of reading flow measurement uncertainty (with molbox1 or molbox1+)

New molblocs are eligible for either calibration type. Existing molblocs are compatible with molbox1+ at ± 0.2 % of reading uncertainty with no changes required. See below for details on upgrade service to existing molblocs to allow premium calibration and measurement specifications.

The molbloc/molbox system has stood the test of time for flow meter calibration since the early 1990’s, used in many demanding calibration laboratories, intercomparisons and government organizations worldwide. Fluke Calibration’s uncertainty specifications are conservative and backed by a thorough uncertainty analysis and metrology support. Fluke Calibration’s innovation and design is continually aimed at making sure our products deliver specifications that can be realized by the user, not under best case conditions but in your real-world application.

molbox1+S sonic nozzle calibration device expands rangeability—without vacuum pumps molbox1+S is a special configuration of molbox 1+ that enables you to cover a wide range (10:1 range turndown) with molbloc-S sonic nozzle flow elements, without requiring costly vacuum pumps. molbox1+S sonic nozzle calibration device is available with upstream Q-RPT pressure range up to 2 MPa (300 psia) to allow molbloc-S elements to be conveniently used over a wide flow range upstream of flow meters being tested at atmospheric pressure, a common application. This extra rangeability makes it simple to configure a calibration system using fewer molbloc elements and minimal accessories. It also greatly extends the range of your existing molbloc-S elements when a high pressure molbloc calibration is added.

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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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Comprehensive, browser-based asset management software and related services to get you up and running quickly

sku Product SKU:  FCL-MET/TEAM


MET/TEAM calibration management software follows the flow of instrumentation into the company and through the calibration lab and quality management department.


Setting up data is highly customizable, thanks to the flexible MET/TEAM interface. You can set up contacts as individuals, and associate them with facilities; create individual assets subject to events or generic equipment categories; track information based on asset type, and more. Each screen is easy to read; a Quick Link button lets you drill deeper into your data if you wish.

MET/TEAM software also enables you to maintain a complete parts database, which you can refer to on work orders. Easily manage parts inventory and create reports to help you know when to reorder.


MET/TEAM calibration management software supports workflow management and enables you to easily manage commonly-performed tasks.

  • Receive an asset or a group of assets: select assets received through the“Find” command or by scanning barcodes, and print receipts for customers; configure service types, status, priorities, require dates, and other extended data.
  • Create a work order: assign technicians, schedule due date and next maintenance dates, select procedure, set calibration intervals.
  • Perform calibration: in MET/CAL or other calibration automation software. MET/CAL and MET/TEAM software are integrated seamlessly.
  • Complete work order information: record environmental conditions, record labor hours, add parts consumption. Enter sub-contractor information.
  • Return: select work orders and close them.
  • Ship: enter shipment date, address and tracking information.


MET/TEAM software lets you generate recall reports to inform specified contacts when equipment is due for calibration. You can easily see the current status of all work orders and what types of work are in the queue.

Schedule email notices to send out the “calibration due” notifications. These emails can be generic or customized for different customers. A recall escalation process lets you notify up to three levels of contacts within customizable time frames.

Manage facilities, customers, and contractors

  • View facilities and relationships
  • Set up by locations/labs/departments
  • Track and manage customer information
  • Maintain contractor information


Crystal Reports Professional makes it easy to create and print reports. You can also use it to create and print professional-looking calibration certificates. You can even batch the process and, for example, print all of the certificates at once for a specific purchase order.

Reports and certificates can be customized with your corporate fonts, company logo, and accreditation data. MET/TEAM software comes with a set of report templates that you can use “as is” or customize to meet your needs. You can also build new reports and certificates.



This module enables you to take MET/TEAM and MET/CAL software into the field for on-site calibration. Just check out the specific customer data that you need, perform the calibration on site, and then import it back into the main data base when you return. The mobile module has the same interface as MET/TEAM so users can get up to speed quickly. MET/TEAM software makes it foolproof to synchronize the data so it’s always up to date.


If you frequently receive calls from customers who want to know the status of their calibration and repair jobs, then this module is for you. It enables you to give read-only access to all or part of your database, so customers can view their information online at any time of day or night. Customers can check the status of their jobs; view asset information; print recall reports; access their calibration certificates; and more. Customers are only able to view their own data—if you are a service lab with multiple corporate customers, you can set up portals for each one so they stay separate.


This module lets you create invoices and send bills to your customers. You can create custom quotes, contract pricing, discounts or upcharges arrange for start and end dates, and more. This module is useful to third-party calibration laboratories or any organization that needs to incorporate commerce into its asset management business processes.


MET/TEAM software is a flexible and powerful application. When considering a MET/TEAM installation, you will need to think about the total cost of ownership, including installation, training, and configuring the application to conform to your business processes. Almost all customers require some level of professional assistance in these areas to get up and running quickly and efficiently. Fluke Calibration offers a range of services and training solutions to help you maximize your investment and become successful and productive MET/TEAM users:

  • MET/TEAM user training
  • MET/TEAM® data migration from MET/BASE
  • MET/TEAM data migration from other databases
  • MET/TEAM self-validation
  • Other software services

Learn more about MET/TEAM training and services. »

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MET/TEMP II Temperature Calibration Software v5.0

sku Product SKU:  FCL-MET/TEMP II

MET/TEMP II software enables you to easily automate the calibration on a wide range of temperature sensors. It provides a comprehensive temperature calibration solution for testing batches of sensors, calculating characterization coefficients and printing calibration reports. You can standardize comparison or fixed point calibrations, and use multiple temperature sources or references in a single test. Version 5 updates the popular MET/TEMP II software by offering compatibility with the Microsoft Windows® 7 and 8 operating systems and including support for our most recent temperature calibration sources -- the 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well and 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace.



MET/TEMP II fully automates batch calibrations of your platinum resistance thermometers (PRTs), thermistor and thermocouple sensors, freeing your time for more important tasks. You can be confident your results are consistent no matter who does the job since MET/TEMP II monitors and controls the calibration process.


MET/TEMP II handles a wide range of temperature sensors. It can calibrate thermocouples, RTDs, SPRTs, thermistors, and even liquid-in-glass (LIGs), bi-metallic thermometers, and connected sensors that can’t be attached to a readout. Virtually any sensor with a resistance or voltage output can be tested, up to 100 sensors at a time. They don’t even have to be the same type. You can select up to 40 temperature points for testing your sensors.


Manual temperature sensor calibration is expensive, time consuming, and error prone. It takes roughly four hours to calibrate a sensor at three points, then another hour for paperwork to document the temperature data and to create the certificate. And your results may vary depending on the technician doing the calibration. There’s a better way.

With MET/TEMP II software, simply place your test sensors in a heat source, connect them to a temperature readout, enter your setup information, and start the test. Later print out the reports, sign them, and ship the sensors back to your customer. You and your customers will love the fast turnaround. It’s your choice. Spend hours handling temperature sensor calibration manually. Or get consistent, repeatable measurements in just minutes with MET/TEMP II.


MET/TEMP II v5.0 is an updated version of trusted, well-known software that easily connects to your Fluke Calibration equipment. Hundreds of customers worldwide use this software in their calibration labs. Version 5 maintains the structure and work flow that users know and like.


The MET/TEMP II user interface guides you through configuring/running a calibration test, calculating sensor coefficients, and preparing a report of calibration. Calibration professionals of all levels will can easily learn and benefit from the time saving features of MET/TEMP II software.


You may calibrate most of your secondary standard sensors against a reference sensor or against calibrated heat sources. But do you need a higher level of accuracy than a comparison calibration can give you? MET/TEMP II can calibrate your secondary standard or primary standard sensors using fixed-point cells. If you prefer, MET/TEMP II lets you combine comparison and fixed-point cell measurements during the same calibration. You can also do a triple-point of water measurement before and/or after your comparison points.


Would you like to calibrate your heat sources also? MET/TEMP II can perform heat source calibrations for Fluke Calibration dry-wells and Micro-Baths.


Perform calibrations using a variety of digital thermometer readouts, from handhelds to high-precision bench-top models, and an assortment of heat sources including dry-wells, Metrology Wells, Micro Baths, calibration baths and furnaces.


MET/TEMP II can log ambient temperature and humidity automatically during calibration using the 1620A “DewK” Thermo-Hygrometer.


MET/TEMP II maintains all test equipment information and calibration status in a database, as well as unit under test (UUT) sensor information including customer names and address, which are used when printing reports. MET/TEMP II can also interface with the Fluke MET/TRACK® database.


The Coefficients and Tables utility calculates characterization coefficients for PRT, thermistor, and thermocouple probes. The types of coefficients that can be calculated are ITS-90, IPTS-68, Callendar-Van Dusen, and polynomial functions for PRTs; polynomial for thermistors; and coefficients for thermocouple types B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, and AuPt. Characterization coefficients and test data acquired by MET/TEMP II can be exported to a text file.


Are you concerned about the quality of the data acquired from a questionable sensor? The Coefficients and Tables utility calculates residuals at each set-point to give you an indication of the quality of the data used to characterize the sensor.


After you have characterized a sensor, you can generate temperature versus resistance, temperature versus ratio or temperature versus voltage interpolation tables using the calculated characterization coefficients. Interpolation tables can be printed as part of the report of calibration, or exported to a delimited ASCII text file for importing into other analysis software.


MET/TEMP II produces reports of calibration compliant to ANSI/NCSL Z540.3.



  • 1502A/1504 Tweener
  • 1523/1524 Reference Thermometers
  • 1529 Chub-E4 Readout
  • 1560 Black Stack (with optional modules)
  • 1594A/1595A Super Thermometer (2590 multiplexer optional)


  • 9142/9143/9144 Field Metrology Wells
  • 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well
  • 9170/9171/9172/9173 Metrology Wells
  • 9103/9140 Dry-Well Calibrators
  • 9009 Dual-Block Calibrator
  • 9011 Dual-Well Calibrator
  • 9100S/9102S Handheld Dry-Well
  • 9101 Zero-Point Dry-Well
  • 6020/6022/6024 Hot Oil Baths
  • 6050H Extremely Hot Salt Bath
  • 6054/6055/7007 Deep Well Baths
  • 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Baths
  • 6330/7320/7340/7380 Compact Baths
  • 6331/73X1 Deep Well Compact Baths
  • 7008/7040/7037/7012/7011 Cold Baths
  • 7009/7108/7015 Resistor Baths
  • 7080 Really Cold Bath
  • 7312 Triple Point of Water Maintenance Bath
  • 9150 Thermocouple Calibration Furnace
  • 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace
  • 590X/591X/592X/594X Fixed Point Cells
  • 1620A Digital Thermometer-Hygrometer
  • 9132/9133 Infrared Calibrators
  • 4180/4181 Infrared Calibrators


  • 1620A DigitalThermometer-Hygrometer

Note: A number of discontinued Fluke Calibration instruments are also supported by MET/TEMP II. Please contact an authorized Fluke Calibration Service Center if you have a question about equipment supported by MET/TEMP II v5.0.

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TQSoft and TQAero Thermal Validation Software

sku Product SKU:  FCL-TQSoft and TQAero

The Fluke 2638A Hydra Series III » and Fluke Calibration 1586A Super-DAQ » are ideal for general purpose and precision temperature data acquisition applications. Thermal validation software from TQSolutions has long supported the Fluke Hydra Series data loggers. TQSoft and TQAero now support the Fluke 2638A and 1586A products for enhanced data collection and reporting required in regulated industries.

Many data acquisition applications require compliance to government and standards agency requirements (for example, 21 CFR Part 11 and AMS 2750). Software from TQSolutions has been designed to enable engineers, technicians, and lab managers to meet the key guidelines for temperature data collection. These software solutions provide a complete qualification, reporting, documentation, and audit trail management system.


• Compliance with United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Title 21 CFR Part 11 regulations on electronic records and signatures for incubation, sterilization, freezing, drying and temperature mapping validation applications in pharmaceutical and biomedical industries.
• Developed in accordance with Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) from the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE).
• Compliance with European standards for sterilization, decontamination, and disinfecting (EN554, EN285, EN15883, HTM2010, HTM2030), ISO 15833 requirements for washer-disinfectors, and ISO 17025 competence requirements for testing and calibration laboratories.
• Has been audited by major pharmaceutical companies and its quality documentation has passed FDA audits.


• Compliance with National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (NADCAP) and SAE International AMS 2750 guidelines covering industrial heat treating applications in aerospace and transportation industries.
• Supports heat treatment processes validation by Temperature Uniformity Survey (TUS) and System Accuracy Test (SAT) procedures required by AMS 2750.



TQSoft and TQAero provide a menu system designed to simplify thermal validation test setup. The left panel guides you step by step. Dropdown arrows on the right list the full range of options. If desired, easily switch to the toolbar for access to all software features.


TQSoft and TQAero check data files used to produce reports. Any changes made by an unauthorized person will render records unusable. All changes made by an authorized user are audited with full details of the changes made and actions performed.


Both TQSoft and TQAero guide you through data logger channel configuration and communications setup with a temperature source, thermometer readout, and reference probe. Fluke 2638A and 1586A models are automatically detected as data loggers for easy setup. Prior to a thermal validation test, an automatic or manual sensor calibration can be performed to determine multiple point offsets for each channel to correct for sensor measurement inaccuracy. When the sensors and reference probe are detected to be stable as defined, the software automatically applies all correction offsets, generates, and saves a full and traceable calibration report.


TQSoft and TQAero allow you to set up and manage a three-dimensional (3D) wire diagram of the chamber space. Drag and drop sensors to their correct position in the 3D space. The completed diagram can be rotated and magnified. There are options for real time display of measurement values and to represent temperature gradients with color shading at each sensor position. After the test is complete, a real time display can be replayed with a time slider showing temperature behavior in the chamber. Completed diagrams can be easily added to reports.


Sample test specifications are included to help you quickly become familiar with the software. The test specification contains selection settings for target temperature, channel configuration, all calibration information, and all temperature parameters. When you select a test specification and start a test, all settings are automatically applied by the software, and a report can be automatically generated at the end of the test. Once you are familiar with the software, you can make modifications and create new test specifications to meet your specific needs


TQSoft and TQAero include a large library of templates for creating reports tailored to the needs of individuals, organizations, processes, and equipment. It’s easy to assemble a full report from the report sections. Cover pages, charts, data lists, calibration reports, calibration certificates, etc. can be included. The Report Manager window has been designed to manage and print complete reports.



1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner
2638A Hydra Series III Data Acquisition System / Digital Multimeter
2620A/2625A Hydra Series Data Acquisition Unit / Data Logger
2635A/C Portable Data Acquisition
2680 Series Data Acquisition Systems
2640A/2645A NetDAQ Data Acquisition Unit


1502A and1504 Tweeners
1523 and 1524 Reference Thermometers


9142, 9143, and 9144 Field Metrology Wells
9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well
9170, 9171, 9172, and 9173 Metrology Wells
9103, 9140, and 9141 Dry-Well Calibrators
9009 Dual-Block Calibrator
9011 Dual-Well Calibrator
9101 Zero-Point Dry-Well
9007 Portable Lab Dry-Well
6102, 7102, and 7103 Micro-Baths
6330, 7320, 7340, and 7380 Compact Baths
6331, 7321, 7341, and 7381 Deep-Well Compact Baths
9150 Thermocouple Calibration Furnace

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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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