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Fluke Calibration 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well delivers best-in-class stability
The Fluke 9190A is ideal for pharmaceutical, biomedical and food processing applications that demand strict quality control and regulatory process compliance, including on-location validation and calibration of RTDs, thermocouples, thermometers, and other temperature sensors.
The Fluke 9190A conforms to EURAMET cg-13 guidelines for best measurement practices for temperature dry-block calibrators. This ensures that the Fluke 9190A specifications for accuracy, stability, axial (vertical) uniformity, radial (well-to-well) uniformity, loading, and hysteresis have been thoroughly and carefully defined and tested.
The Fluke 9190A has a wide temperature range (-95 to 140 degrees Celsius) to cover the coldest and warmest temperatures required in pharmaceutical, biomedical and food processing applications, operating at ultra-cold temperatures not typically available with a calibration bath. The Fluke 9190A uses no bath fluids, keeping clean rooms clean, making them easier to transport, and delivering faster heating/cooling rates. It offers best-in-class temperature stability (plus-or-minus 0.015 degrees Celsius) for consistent, accurate results.
The Fluke 9190A with the “process” option features 4-20 mA connectors, a reference thermometer input, 4-wire PRT/RTD input with an accuracy of plus-or-minus 0.02 degrees Celsius, and a reference sensor control to minimize the effects of the axial gradient when a reference PRT is aligned with short sensors.