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Fluke calibration 6330/7320/7340/7380

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-6330-7320-7340-7340

Fluke Calibration 6330

This bath delivers all the high temperatures you need up to 300 °C (572 °F). With stability and uniformity at 300 °C better than ±0.015 °C and ±0.020 °C respectively, calibrations can easily be performed at this high temperature with total uncertainty better than ±0.05 °C. At lower temperatures, stability and uniformity are even better.

The 6330 is only 12 inches wide and less than 19 inches tall, so it fits easily onto a benchtop without consuming precious space. An optional cart with casters and a storage area raises the 6330 to a convenient height when used on a floor and provides an extra cabinet for lab supplies. With built-in handles, it even lifts easily onto and off of its cart or benchtop. No matter where you want to use this bath—or even if you want to move it around—the 6330 gets there hassle-free.

Fluke Calibration 7320 and 7340

With an optional floor cart (including locking casters), your bath can easily be moved to any place you need it. (Available for the 6330, 7320, or 7340. Casters included on the 7380.

Also featuring large work areas, our Model 7320 and 7340 baths cover your needs for low-temperature calibrations. The 7320 covers a range from –20 °C to 150 °C and the 7340 reaches even colder temperatures to –40 °C. Below 0 °C, these baths maintain impressive stability of ±0.005 °C with uniformities better than ±0.006 °C. No utility bath performs as well as Fluke Calibration’s compact baths below 0 °C or at critical room and body temperatures—or even at important higher temperatures such as 100 °C and 122 °C.

Fluke Calibration 7380

For ultracold temperatures, the 7380 reaches –80 °C quickly and maintains two-sigma stability of ±0.006 °C when it gets there. The 7380 is a true metrology bath, not a chiller or circulator. With uniformity to ±0.008 °C, comparison calibration of temperature devices can be performed with high precision.

Each bath includes an RS-232 serial interface and our Model 9930 Interface-it software for controlling your bath from a PC. With a Fluke Calibration thermometer readout, such as a Black Stack, and our MET/TEMP II software, automated calibrations can run unattended.

Fluke Calibration doesn’t make chillers, circulators, or so-called utility baths, and utility bath manufacturers don’t make metrology baths. Use the right tools for your work and reap the best possible results. Baths from Fluke Calibration are the most stable and uniform of any you’ll find. They’ll give you results no other bath can.

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5322A Electrical Safety Tester Calibrator

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-5322A

The 5322A Electrical Tester Calibrator helps calibration technicians comply with new regulatory standards up to four times faster than with traditional manual, multiple-product methods.The 5322A replaces the 5320A Electrical Tester Calibrator.
 
The 5322A calibrator facilitates compliance with 
exacting international standards such as the United Kingdom’s BS7671 17th Edition, IEC/EN Standards, Australia and New Zealand’s AS/NZS 3000 and Chinese verification/calibration regulations for various electrical testers.
 
The 5322A combines many functions into a single instrument, replacing discrete resistors, decade boxes and other custom solutions commonly used to calibrate electrical testers. This single-box solution speeds and simplifies calibration because users only need to learn, operate and maintain one calibrator rather than multiple instruments. And while it’s difficult to automate multiple instruments, the 5322A can be automated with MET/CAL® Calibration Software—further increasing speed and throughput.

Calibrate all major types of electrical safety testers with just one calibrator. The 5322A calibrates all major categories of electrical safety testers. The benefits of this calibrator are best described by the key functionality it brings to calibrating the individual workloads.

The 5322A calibrates a broad range of equipment, including:

  • Hipot testers
  • Insulation resistance testers (megohm-meters) including older analog testers
  • Loop/line impedance testers
  • Continuity testers
  • Earth resistance testers
  • Ground bond testers
  • Leakage current testers
  • Circuit breaker testers (RCD/GFCI)
  • Multifunction installation testers
  • Portable appliance testers (PATs)

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5522A Multi-Product Calibrator

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-5522A

The 5522A Multi-Product Calibrator replaces the 5520A and addresses a wide calibration workload and comes with internal and external protection features that protect it against damage and make it easier to transport for on-site or mobile calibration. The 5522A can also be fully automated with MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software (version 7.3 SP1 or later). It is the ideal calibrator for metrology professionals who need to perform resistance calibration, voltage calibration, current calibration and more, and who want a transportable instrument that offers them a high return on investment.

The 5522A calibrator covers many of the electronic test tools you use to keep your company up and running, including:The 5522A is a voltage calibrator, a resistance calibrator, a current calibrator and much more. It sources direct voltage and current, alternating voltage and current with multiple waveforms and harmonics, two simultaneous voltage outputs or voltage and current to simulate dc and ac power with phase control, resistance, capacitance, thermocouples and RTDs. The 5522A can also measure thermocouple temperature, and pressure using one of 29 Fluke 700 Series pressure modules. Two options add the capability to calibrate oscilloscopes either 600 MHz or 1.1 GHz. And the 5520A-PQ Power Quality Option enables the 5522A to calibrate power quality instrumentation to the standards of the IEC and other regulatory agencies.

  • Handheld and bench meters (analog and digital) up to 6 ½ digits
  • Current clamps and clamp meters
  • Thermocouples and RTDs
  • Process calibrators
  • Data loggers
  • Strip and chart recorders
  • Watt meters
  • Power harmonics analyzers
  • Panel meters
  • Graphical multimeters
  • Power quality analyzers (with option)
  • Analog or digital handheld and bench oscilloscopes to 600 MHz or 1.1 GHz (with options)
  • …and more, including pressure gauges and transducers and three-phase power meters

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Fluke Calibration 6109A / 7109A Portable Calibration Baths

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-6109A/719A

Now there are portable calibration baths (Fluke Calibration 6109A & 7109A) designed with the process manufacturing professional in mind. Process manufacturing plants for pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and food production utilize many sanitary temperature sensors that require regular calibration. Production must stop during temperature sensor calibration. Therefore, more calibration throughput means less plant downtime. And in businesses where even a few tenths of a degree Celsius can cost thousands of dollars in ruined product, temperature accuracy is crucial to maintaining quality.

The Fluke Calibration 6109A and 7109A Portable Calibration Baths are liquid baths that let process industry professionals calibrate four times more sanitary sensors per batch in less time and with twice the accuracy of other portable baths in this class. Larger than micro baths, up to four tri-clamp sanitary sensors fit easily into these baths for calibration at ± 0.1 °C temperature display accuracy. Throughput is even higher for sanitary RTDs with small or no flanges.

Two bath models cover a wide temperature range: 35 °C to 250 °C for the 6109A and -25 °C to 140 °C for the 7109A. Each model offers a “-P” version that includes process electronics for connecting an external reference probe.

Professionals working in clean process industries, including facilities managers, production engineers and calibration technicians, prefer these baths for a variety of reasons.

Facilities managers need to meet U.S. FDA and ISO cleanroom standards like the baths’ stainless steel casing that stands up to harsh cleaning solutions. They depend on the 6109A and 7109A to help maintain the accuracy of the plant’s temperature sensors, thus reducing the possibility of an expensive product batch loss.

Production engineers also appreciate the baths’ accuracy, which helps them control sensor out-of-tolerance conditions. Moreover, they prefer to use a bath designed specifically for cleanroom calibration throughput. No more need to make do with equipment designed for some other application.

Calibration technicians who perform calibrations on platforms, in crawl spaces, and other hard-to-reach parts of the plant enjoy the portability and cleanroom compatibility (i.e. easy to sanitize, don’t harbour bacteria) of these baths.

Global Fluke Calibration service and support ensure that your 6109A and 7109A baths will give you years of service that you can trust.

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Fluke Calibration MET/CONNECT™ Calibration Integration Software

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-METCAL-TESTEQUIPASSET-SOFTWARE

Integrate MET/CAL Calibration Management Software to your workflow with MET/CONNECT.

MET/CONNECT™ is the hub of a fast-growing community of mainline calibration software providers. These companies have partnered with Fluke Calibration to support MET/CAL automation. Whatever calibration management system you use, MET/CONNECT unlocks calibration and workflow automation in your lab.

MET/CONNECT partners:

  • Indysoft
  • AssetSmart
  • Qualer
  • MET/TEAM®

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NETSCOUT SpectraSecure

sku Product SKU:  NET-SpectraSecure

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks can target any application or service that is reachable from the internet . Web servers, DNS servers, routers, session border controllers, and many other services are constantly subject to attack. Identifying and mitigating these attacks is done using on-premises solutions, cloud-based solutions, or a hybrid solution combing both.

DDoS mitigation is not static. With the power, sophistication, and frequency of DDoS attacks rising, DDoS mitigation must continually evolve in order to protect against the latest attack scenarios. But how can you be sure you are protected? Waiting for an attack to happen to test your resilience is a risky proposition. NETSCOUT’s SpectraSecure solution helps you eliminate that risk.

The NETSCOUT Solution for DDoS Mitigation Testing

SpectraSecure tests DDoS resilience in a controlled manner using configurable threat vectors that can mimic the malicious traffic launched by botnets. SpectraSecure utilizes test-botnets to simulate real-world attack scenarios in a customer’s controlled environment. Using SpectraSecure, you can validate the resilience of any potential target, including networks, applications, and services. Test attacks launched by SpectraSecure appear massively distributed, even when the test-botnet consists of a small number of Virtual Machines. A single test using a volumetric attack vector may appear to originate from millions of unique endpoints.

War Games

Although traditional lab testing is essential, it cannot assess the organizational readiness required for holistic DDoS attack mitigation. Conducting war games is one of the best ways to verify that the teams, tools, and processes will all be on the same page when an attack occurs.

Blacklist Verification

Maintaining a blacklist of source addresses can present a challenge. Use SpectraSecure in the lab to verify the target can handle high volume DDoS attacks from blacklisted sources. In a production network, SpectraSecure can launch low-bandwidth attacks to verify that blacklisted packets are handled properly.

Deep Packet Inspection Testing

Solutions that use Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) to identify attacks require test traffic with specific content at the application layer. Using SpectraSecure, simulated attacks can contain a mix of traditional attack vectors and packets that contain application-specific content to trigger DPI-based filters.

Notification Testing

Identifying and mitigating DDoS attacks often involves automatic notification of staff and external systems. Use SpectraSecure to verify these critical steps are occurring as required.

Multi-Vector and Custom Attacks

Use SpectraSecure to stay ahead of threat actors by verifying resilience to multi-vector attacks and custom attack scenarios. SpectraSecure’s built-in attack vectors can be modified and combined together to create unique scenarios that exercise all aspects of a mitigation system.

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