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  1. 1. Fluke CalibrationProducts and Services Short Form CatalogSix measurement disciplines, one reliable source
  2. 2. Fluke Calibration is a world leader inprecision calibration instrumentation andsoftware for electrical, RF, temperature,pressure and flow measurements.Fluke Corporation was founded in 1948, specializing in electricaltest and measurement products. Early in its history, Flukerecognized that the very best electrical metrology would beneeded to support its products and undertook to develop A Fluke Companythis capability. From this activity, the calibration business wasborn. Over the years, many breakthrough calibration productswere introduced, establishing Fluke as a leader in electricalmetrology. In 2001, Fluke’s calibration business expanded into thetemperature field with the acquisition of Hart Scientific, and theninto pressure and gas flow with the acquisition of DH Instruments(2007), followed by Ruska and Pressurements (2010). Fluke Calibration brings together the original Flukeelectrical calibration business, Hart Scientific, DHI, Ruska andPressurements in one unified, worldwide organization. The unifiedbusiness’s unmatched breadth and depth in metrology put us ina unique position to deliver today’s and tomorrow’s calibration p123solutions to customers who demand the very best, supported byan organization they can count on over the long term. At the same time, we carry forward the tradition of discipline-specific measurement expertise and customer driven focus thatcome with our small, high performance company heritage. This catalog is designed to provide you with an “at-a-glance”look at the wide range of standards, calibrators, software, andsupport services offered by Fluke Calibration. For the latest, fullydetailed product information and a host of other useful resources,please visit our new unified website, www.flukecal.com. Once you’ve had a chance to use this catalog and our websiteto inform yourself, we hope you’ll also make use of our mostimportant asset, our worldwide team of experienced calibrationand metrology experts, who are ready to review your specificneeds and work with you to offer the most effective solutions.They can be reached via the website or using contact informationon the back of this catalog.Sincerely,Martin GirardGeneral Manager, Fluke Calibration www.flukecal.com
  3. 3. Table of ContentsElectrical calibration.............................. 2 Pressure calibration............................. 20DC/LF Electrical Calibrators............................................4 Gas Pressure Controllers/Calibrators......................... 22Specialty Calibrators.......................................................5 High Pressure Controllers/Calibrators........................ 23Oscilloscope Calibrators..................................................6 Reference Pressure Indicators.................................... 23Precision Multimeters .....................................................6 PG7000 Series Piston Gauges.................................... 24Electrical Standards.........................................................7 2400 Series Piston Gauges......................................... 24 Specialty Piston Gauges............................................... 25RF calibration........................................ 8 Manual Pressure Generation and Control................. 25RF References...................................................................9 Industrial Deadweight Testers.................................... 26RF Systems.......................................................................9 Pressure Gauge Calibrators......................................... 26Temperature calibration....................... 10 Air Data Calibration...................................................... 27Standard Platinum Resistance Thermometers......... 12 Pressure Calibration Systems...................................... 27ITS-90 Fixed-Point Cells.............................................. 12 Gas flow calibration............................. 28Cell Maintenance Apparatus....................................... 13 Gas Flow Standards..................................................... 29Thermometer Readouts................................................ 14 Primary Gas Flow Standard........................................ 29Reference PRTs, Thermocouples and Thermistors.. 15Temperature Calibration Baths................................... 16 Calibration software............................. 30Dry-Well Calibrators..................................................... 18 Electrical and RF Calibration Software...................... 32Infrared Calibrators....................................................... 19 Calibration Asset Management Software.................. 32Thermocouple Furnaces............................................... 19 Software Support Program.......................................... 32Miscellaneous Dry-Well Calibrators........................... 19 Temperature Calibration Software............................. 33 Pressure/Flow Calibration Software.......................... 34 Mechanical/Dimensional Software............................. 34 Service programs................................. 35 Training............................................... 36www.flukecal.com
  4. 4. Electrical calibration Electrical calibration refers to the process of verifying the performance of, or adjusting, any instrument that measures, sources, or tests electrical parameters. This discipline is usually referred to as dc and low frequency ac electrical metrology. Principal parameters include voltage, current, resistance, inductance, capacitance, time and frequency. Other parameters, including electrical power and phase, are also in this segment of metrology. Ratiometric comparisons of similar parameters are often performed to compare a known parameter to an unknown similar parameter. Electrical calibration involves the use of precise devices that evaluate the performance of key properties for other devices called units under test (UUTs). Because these precise devices have thoroughly known performance characteristics compared to the UUT, performance evaluation and/or calibration adjustment of the UUT to identify or minimize errors is possible. Typically, the performance of such precision devices should be four or more times better than the UUT. These precision devices fall into two broad categories. Electrical signal sources are often referred to as either calibrators or standards. Precision measurement devices are often classified as reference digital multimeters, measurement standards, or ratio bridges.2 www.flukecal.com
  5. 5. Product highlights5522A Multi-Product CalibratorRobust, transportable wide workload coverageThe 5522A Multi-Product Calibrator addresses a wide calibra-tion workload and comes with internal and external protectionfeatures that protect it against damage and make it easier totransport for on-site or mobile calibration. The 5522A can alsobe fully automated with MET/CAL® Plus Calibration ManagementSoftware. It is the ideal calibrator for metrology professionals whoneed to calibrate many different types of electronic equipment andwant a transportable instrument that offers them a high return oninvestment. The 5522A sources direct voltage and current, alternatingvoltage and current with multiple waveforms and harmonics, twosimultaneous voltage outputs or voltage and current to simulatedc and ac power with phase control, resistance, capacitance,thermocouples and RTDs. The 5522A can alsomeasure thermocouple temperature, and pressureusing one of 29 Fluke 700 Series pressure modules.Two options add the capability to calibrateoscilloscopes, either 600 MHz or 1.1 GHz. And the5520A-PQ Power Quality Option enables the 5522Ato calibrate power quality instrumentation to thestandards of the IEC and other regulatory agencies.• Calibrates a wide variety of electrical test equipment• Robust protection circuits prevent costly damage from operator error• Redesigned carrying handles make the 5522A easy to transport• Rugged carrying case with built-in handles and wheels and removable front/rear access doors for in-situ calibration in almost any environment• Remarkably affordable5080A Multi-Product CalibratorCalibration solutions for your analog and digitalworkloadHigh compliance with reliable accuracy enablesthe 5080A to calibrate even difficult-to-calibrateanalog meters, as well as a wide range of digitalmultimeters, clamp meters, and wattmeters.Options for calibrating oscilloscopes and megohmmeters extend workload coverage even more. The5080/CAL software enables automated calibrationand is easy to learn and operate. Fluke qualityand usability are built in, with robust protectioncircuitry, multiple language displays, andmuch more. Best of all, the 5080A is an excellentvalue that will fit your budget.• High compliance• Protection circuitry• Calibrates a wide workload, including analog meters and 3.5 and 4.5 digit DMMs• Optional 5080/CAL software for easy-to-use, automated calibrationwww.flukecal.com 3
  6. 6. Electrical calibration DC/LF Electrical Calibrators 5500A Multi-Product Calibrator Solutions that match your 5700A/5720A Multifunction Calibrators workload and Taking accuracy budget. to a new level. • Flexibility, • The highest accuracy and accuracy value calibrator, it • Calibrates a wide variety of electrical test equip- will support ment, more than 14 categories of instrumentation instruments of including 3.5 and 4.5 digit DMMs up to 8.5 digits in measurement performance • Optional oscilloscope calibration • Artifact Calibration permits the lowest cost of support and highest confidence in performance 9100 Universal Calibration System • Optional wideband output to 30 MHz A high-value 5522A Multi-Product Calibrator multi-product calibrator. Robust, • Calibrates over transportable 15 different wide workload categories of coverage. general-purpose test equipment • Calibrates a • Options for power meter, insulation/continuity wide variety tester and oscilloscope calibration of electrical test equipment with more than 14 • Semi-automated and fully automated procedure functional capabilities modes for maximum throughput • Accuracies intended to support DMMs to 6.5 digits • Robust protection circuits prevent costly damage from operator error • Optional oscilloscope calibration to 1100 MHz • Easy to transport 5080A High Compliance Multi-Product Calibrator Solutions for your analog and digital workload. • High com- pliance for difficult-to- calibrate instruments • Robust protection circuits prevent costly damage from operator error • Calibrates a wide workload, including analog meters and 3.5 and 4.5 digit DMMs • Options for oscilloscope and megohm meter calibration4 www.flukecal.com
  7. 7. Specialty Calibrators Phasor Measurement Unit Calibrator Fast, automated, IEEE C37.118.1-6105A/6100B Electrical Power Standards compliant calibrations.The most System includes:accurate, • PMU control unitcomprehensive • GPS receiverand flexible • PMU test and calibration softwaresources of • Fluke 6135 Electrical Powerelectrical power Standardquality and • Configured server PCenergy signals.• Power calibration with voltage to 1008 V and cur- Available early 2012 rent to 21 Amps, and optionally up to 80 Amps• Voltage and current accuracies better than 0.005 % (50 ppm) 5320A Multifunction Electrical Tester• Programmable harmonic distortion up to 100 Calibrator harmonics• Includes other power quality testing phenomena Verify and• Complex measurements generating a wide variety calibrate of signals electrical test tools with a single52120A Transconductance Amplifier instrument.Test and • Calibratecalibrate, at megohm meters, earth resistance testers, groundfull current bond testers, hipots and many more types of elec-range, power trical safety testersstandards, power • Uses less bench space than custom solutionsand energy • Built-in graphical calibration help guidemeters, PQ analyzers, high-current clamp meters and • LAN, GPIB, RS-232 interfaces for PC basedRogowski coils. Delivers: automation• 120 A standalone• 240 A or 360 A with parallel operation 525B Temperature/Pressure Calibrator• 3000 A or 6000 A with accessory coils• Industry-leading amplifier accuracy: Superior accuracy – 100 PPM dc – 850 Hz (used with 61XX EPS) and functionality – 150 PPM dc (used with dc/lf calibrator) in an economical – 1000 PPM ac (used with dc/lf calibrator) benchtop• Frequency capability, dc to 10 kHz package. • A calibrator to address process industry instrumentation • Simulates and measures all ANSI thermocouples, as well as L and U types, and provides cold junc- tion compensation to enable calibration of a wide variety of thermocouple instrumentation • Direct input for storage of ITS-90 RTD constants • RTD source uncertainties to 0.03 °Cwww.flukecal.com 5
  8. 8. Electrical calibration Oscilloscope Calibrators Precision Multimeters 9500B Oscilloscope Calibrator 8508A Reference Multimeter The highest Reference performance, standard fully automated, accuracy upgradeable and stability, oscilloscope in one calibration functionally versatile, easy-to-use solution. workstation. • 8.5 digit resolution, exceptional linearity and low • Full automation provides totally hands-free noise and stability calibration • Optional front/rear inputs with unique ratio • Bandwidths of 600 MHz, 1000 MHz, 3200 MHz, measurement option and 6400 MHz • Broad range of measurement capabilities • A fast edge of 25 ps to address bandwidths up to • 365 day stability as low as 2.7 ppm, 24-hour sta- 14 GHz bility of 0.5 ppm, transfer uncertainty of 0.12 ppm • Connect up to five channels simultaneously 8845A/8846A Precision Multimeters 55XX Series Oscilloscope Calibration Precision and versatility Options for bench or systems Calibrate applications. your digital • 6.5 digit resolution and analog • Basic V dc accuracy of oscilloscopes up to 0.0024 % with any of three • Dual display different options. • Leveled sine wave generator with optional 8808A Digital Multimeter bandwidths of 300 MHz, 600 MHz and 1100 MHz for verifying oscilloscope bandwidth Versatile multimeter • DC and square wave voltage generators for cali- for manufacturing, brating voltage gain development and service • Horizontal time base calibration functions applications. • Edge source including a 300 ps fast edge with • 5.5 digit resolution low aberrations for verifying dynamic response • Basic V dc accuracy of • Fast edge risetime pulse generator (< 1 ns) for 0.015 % checking pulse response • Dual display6 www.flukecal.com
  9. 9. Electrical Standards A40B Series Precision Current Shunts Precision, low inductance shunts for dc and ac current metrology.732B/734A DC Reference and • Simplifies calibration/verifica-Transfer Standards tion of precision calibratorsThe simple way to maintain and and current sourcesdisseminate your volt. • Shunts sized for current from• A primary standard for traceability of 1 mA to 100 A dc voltage to better than 1 ppm • Usable from dc to 100 kHz• Complete • Ultra low phase shift to support power quality mechanical instrument metrology and electrical independence of A40/A40A Current Shunts each of its four standards • AC current transfer measure-• Battery powered ments from 2.5 mA to 20 A for easy shipping • Frequency between 5 Hz to 100 kHz • Compatible with 792A and 5790A792A AC/DC Transfer StandardSupport for your most demanding 752A Reference Dividerac traceability requirements.• A primary standard that is accu- Setting the standard for ratio rate, fast and easy to use accuracy and ease of use.• Fully traceable performance • 10:1 and 100:1 divider with ac/dc difference to better outputs than 10 ppm • Output uncertainty 0.2 ppm• Nine ranges from 22 mV to 1000 V (with external and 0.5 ppm range resistor) • Built-in calibration bridge5790A AC Measurement Standard 720A Kelvin-Varley DividerAutomated ac A primary standard formeasurement with ratio measurements.precision that is easy to • 0.1 ppm resolution,use. seven decades• Direct ac measurements • 0.1 ppm of input absolute linearity to 22 ppm, or ac/dc difference measurements to • Built-in self-calibration bridge 15 ppm• Digital voltmeter style operation that features 910/910R GPS Controlled a fully autoranging instrument that selects the Frequency Standard best voltage range for the measurement you are Cesium controlled making frequency standard that• Robust 1200 V input protection on all voltage uses GPS technology and ranges connectivity to provide• Optional 30 MHz wideband measurement primary standard traceability from any location. • Unique traceability feature means no more742A Resistance Standard re-calibrationsHigh accuracy working standard • Two high-stability models to meet your applica-for on-site resistance calibration. tion and fit your budget• Small and rugged standard • Built-in rubidium atomic clock (910R) resistors with six-month • Up to 13 outputs, maximizing cost efficiency stabilities to 2.5 ppm• Open air use so no oil or air 908/909 Frequency References baths required Stable frequency• 18 °C to 28 °C operating range references for test systems• Standard values from 1 ohm to 100 Megohms and calibration labs. • Accurate reference “atomic clock” in automated test systems • Affordable and very cost effective • Designed for portability with optional carrying casewww.flukecal.com 7
  10. 10. RF calibration RF and microwave calibration refers to the process of verifying the performance of, or adjusting/deriving corrections for, any instrument or component that will be used in the measurement or testing of RF and microwave parameters. This discipline is usually referred to as RF and microwave metrology. Principal parameters include RF voltage, RF power, impedance, modulation, distortion, time, frequency and phase. High dynamic range ratiometric comparisons are often performed and results are expressed in the logarithmic “dB” form. As with any other calibration, RF and microwave calibration compares a device or unit under test (DUT or UUT) to a traceably calibrated standard or reference device. The process typically involves comparing a measuring UUT to a reference source; a sourcing UUT with a measuring reference; or quite commonly a measuring UUT with a measuring reference, using a stable but unknown source. In each case, the uncertainty or stability of the reference should significantly exceed the specified performance of the device or unit under test. RF metrologists typically look for performance margins of 4:1, or the slightly relaxed margin of 10 dB. Precision devices that are commonly used in RF and microwave calibration fall broadly into four categories: Sourcing instruments. Reference signals and/or modulation sources, frequency references, pulse or arbitrary waveform generators, reference attenuators. Measuring instruments. Power sensors, spectrum analyzers, measuring receivers, oscilloscopes, RF voltmeters, frequency counters. Source-measure instruments. Vector or scalar network analyzers. Precision components • Power splitters, power dividers or couplers, attenuating pads. • Inter-series, polarity or sacrificial cables and adapters. • Short, open, load or sliding terminators. • Reflection bridges or directional couplers.8 www.flukecal.com
  11. 11. RF References RF Systems9640A RF Reference RF Calibration Custom System SolutionsA unique blend Based uponof accuracy, the 9640Astability, and MET/CALresolution, purity, calibrationdynamic range software, Flukeand low noise. Calibration can The Fluke 9640A is an RF reference source, help to define,reference attenuator, reference local oscillator and can supplyand frequency counter and is the key component and supportin a simplified, streamlined RF and microwave a customcalibration system. RF calibration system and automating MET/CAL• Takes the central role and typically halves the procedures, tailored to your exacting requirements. cost of a higher capability RF calibration system A Fluke RF calibration system can include: and delivers certified accuracy directly to the UUT • Pre-owned instruments or components and via a single signal connection instruments from other manufacturers up to• Via MET/CAL software and an extensive proce- 50 GHz dure library, realizes “walk away” automation and • RF source and measurement instruments a new level of efficiency for spectrum analyzer • MET/SUPPORT Gold procedure library or custom calibration written RF calibration procedures• A highly integrated and robust solution for • Optional floor standing, bench or ruggedized on-site RF calibration and a GPIB emulating equipment racks and secure storage of associated drop-in replacement for the legacy HP3335 RF RF components source and attenuator• Performs 80 to 100 percent of tests required Target calibration workload can include: on high performance high frequency spectrum • Bench, handheld and high performance spectrum analyzers analyzers• Also calibrates power sensor linearity, millivolt- • RF, modulation, pulse, function and arbitrary meters, signal level meters, modulation analyzers, waveform sources receivers and counter/timers • Measuring receivers, modulation analyzers and radio test sets • Oscilloscopes and RF voltmeters9640A-LPNX RF Reference • Timer counter and precision frequency sourcesWith higher • RF and microwave componentsperformance, See also Oscilloscope Calibration and Frequency Referencestate-of-the-art products listed under Electrical Calibration products in thisphase noise or catalog.timing jitter, theLPNX versionof the 9640ARF Referenceaddresses the most demanding RF calibration andlocal oscillator applications.• -138 dBc/Hz at 1 GHz and 5 kHz to 100 kHz offset• Optional drop-in GPIB emulation of the legacy HP8662/3 RF sources• Optional 9600FLT 1GHz phase noise filter for high margin calibrations at > 5 MHz offsetwww.flukecal.com 9
  12. 12. Temperature calibration Temperature calibration refers to the calibration of any device used in a system that measures temperature. Most importantly, this usually means the temperature sensor, itself, which is typically a platinum resistance thermometer (PRT or PT-100), thermistor, or thermocouple. Readings from these thermometers are made by “thermometer readout” devices which measure their electrical outputs and convert them to temperature according to the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90). Thermometers are typically calibrated by placing them in a stable temperature environment (heat source) and comparing their output to that of a calibrated “reference thermometer” or “standard thermometer.” Fluke Calibration provides three general categories of heat sources:  industrial heat sources (dry-well calibrators, Micro-Baths, etc.) for field use; fluid baths and thermocouple furnaces for laboratory use; and fixed-point cells for “primary” calibrations.  Fluke Calibration also offers a variety of reference thermometers, including SPRTs, and thermometer readout instruments. In addition, Fluke Calibration provides laboratory and field solutions for calibrating the electronics used in temperature measurement circuits.10 www.flukecal.com
  13. 13. Product highlights1594A/1595A Super-ThermometersThermometry bridge accuracy combined with time-saving featuresThe Fluke Calibration 1594A and 1595A Super-Thermometers combinethe accuracy of complex and expensive bridges with innovative featuresthat simplify measurement processes. They are accurate enough for theprimary lab and economical enough for the secondary lab. With temper-ature-controlled internal reference resistors, six input channels, a largegraphical display, and a multitude of temperature-specific measurementfunctions, PRT, thermistor and SPRT calibration (0 Ω to 500 kΩ) has neverbeen so easy and economical. And with the built-in Ratio Self-Calibrationfunction, you can verify or calibrate the Super-Thermometer’s ratio accu-racy in-house with the press of a button—no other single thermometrybridge can do so much.• Calibrate SPRTs, PRTs, RTDs and thermistors (0 Ω to 500 kΩ)• Accuracy as good as 0.06 ppm (0.000015 °C)• “Ratio Self-Calibration” verifies and calibrates resistance ratio accuracy• Automatic zero-power measurements calculate thermometer probe self-heating• Temperature-controlled internal reference resistors• Calibrated sensing current lowers overall instrument uncertainty• Four input channels on the front panel accept sensors under test or external references• Two dedicated external reference input channels on the rear panel9142/9143/9144 Field Metrology WellsSmall temperature sources for big field applicationsThe 914X Series Field Metrology Wells extend high performance to the industrial processenvironment by maximizing portability, speed, and functionality with little compromise tometrology performance. Field Metrology Wells are packed with functionality andare remarkably easy to use. They are lightweight, small,and quick to reach temperature set points, yet they arestable, uniform, and accurate. These industrial tempera-ture loop calibrators are perfect for performing transmitterloop calibrations, comparison calibrations, or simplechecks of thermocouple sensors. With the “process” option,there is no need to carry additional tools into the field. Thisoptional built-in two-channel readout reads resistance, volt-age, and 4–20 mA current with 24 volt loop power. It alsohas on-board automation and documentation. Combined, thethree models (9142, 9143, and 9144—each with a “process”option) cover a wide temperature range of –25 °C to 660 °C.• Lightweight, portable, and fast• Cool to –25 °C in 15 minutes and heat to 660 °C in 15 minutes• Built-in two-channel readout for PRT, RTD, thermocouple, 4-20 mA current• True reference thermometry with accuracy to ± 0.01 °C• On-board automation and documentation• Metrology performance in accuracy, stability, uniformity, and loadingwww.flukecal.com 11
  14. 14. Temperature calibration Standard Platinum ITS-90 Fixed-Point Cells Resistance Thermometers (SPRTs) 5901 Triple Point of Water Cells Must-have, primary temperature standards. 5681, 5683, 5684, and 5685 Quartz-Sheath • Easy-to-use, inexpensive SPRTs standard with uncertainty The performance you expect from better than ± 0.0001 °C world-class SPRTs. • Four sizes and two shells • Drift rates as low as 0.0005 K (glass and quartz) to choose • Proprietary gas mixtures from ensures high stability • Isotopic composition of • Most experienced SPRT design Vienna Standard Mean team in the business Ocean Water 5698-25 Working Standard SPRT ITS-90 Fixed-Point Cells High performance-to-price ratio. Best cell uncertainties • Conforms to ITS-90 SPRT commercially available. Guidelines • Every ITS-90 fixed point • Drift rate typically 0.003 °C available from mercury to • Calibration options by fixed copper point • Plateaus last days (gallium for weeks and TPW for 5686-B Glass Capsule SPRT months) • Manufactured and tested by Designed for metrology work Fluke Calibration’s primary standards scientists requiring small SPRTs. • Temperatures from -260 °C (13 K) to 232 °C Mini Fixed-Point Cells • Stability typically 0.001 °C Least expensive, easiest-to-use over 100 °C range fixed-point standards. • Miniature capsule package • Lower uncertainties than eliminates stem conduction comparison calibrations • All ITS-90 fixed points from 5699 High-Temperature Metal-Sheath SPRT TPW to copper • Reduced equipment and Affordable working standard annual recalibration costs SPRT. • Range to aluminum point (660 °C) • Inconel™ sheaths guard against contamination of sensor • Drift rates less than 8 mK/year12 www.flukecal.com
  15. 15. Cell Maintenance Apparatus 7012/7312 Triple Point of Water Maintenance Baths Keep your cells up and running9114, 9115A, 9116A Freeze-Point reliably for weeks at a time.Furnaces • Maintains TPW cells for up to sixDesigned for maximum-length weeksplateaus. • Optional immersion freezer for• Designed to extend plateaus simple cell freezing• High-stability OEM controllers, • Up to 496 mm (19.5 in) of immer- RS-232 included sion depth• External cooling coils9210 Mini Triple Point of WaterMaintenance Apparatus 9117 Annealing FurnaceSimple supercool-and-shake Keeps SPRTs and PRTs performing atrealization and maintenance of the their highest levels5901B Mini TPW Cell. • Relieves mechanical strain• Easy preprogrammed realization • Guards against contamination• Inexpensive fixed-point solution • Anneals both SPRTs and HTSPRTs• Training complete in less than an hour 7196 LN2 Comparison Calibrator9230 Gallium Cell MaintenanceApparatus Lowest-cost calibration to -196 °C. • Simple to useRealize and maintain the melting point of • Uncertainty less than 2 mKthe 5943 Gallium Cell.• One week plateau duration• No hassle automatic realizations• Used daily in our Primary Lab9260 Mini Fixed-Point CellFurnaceInexpensive, easy-to-use fixed-pointmaintenance apparatus.• Realize and maintain In, Sn, Zn and Al fixed-point cells• Good introduction to fixed-point calibration• User friendly and inexpensivewww.flukecal.com 13
  16. 16. Temperature calibration Thermometer Readouts 1523/1524 Reference Thermometers Measure, graph and record three sensor types with one tool. 1594A/1595A Super-Thermometers • High accuracy: PRTs: ± 0.011 °C; Thermometry bridge Thermocouples: ± 0.24 °C; Thermistors: accuracy combined with ± 0.002 °C time-saving features. • A simple user interface to see trends • Calibrate SPRTs, PRTs, quickly RTDs and thermistors (0 Ω to 500 kΩ) • Smart connectors to load probe • Accuracy as good as 0.06 ppm (0.000015 °C) information automatically • “Ratio Self-Calibration” verifies and calibrates resistance ratio accuracy 1551A Ex and 1552A Ex “Stik” Thermometer 5430 Standard AC/DC Resistor The best substitute for precision Best performance available mercury-filled glass thermometers. in an ac/dc resistor. • Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C (± 0.09 °F) • Long-term stability over full range better than 2 ppm/year • Intrinsically safe (ATEX and (< 1 ppm typical) IECEx compliant) • Traceable ac and dc • Two models to choose from calibrations available (-50 °C to 160 °C or -80 °C to • National lab design proven for more than 25 years 300 °C) 1560 Black Stack 1620A Digital Thermometer-Hygrometer Thermometer Readout The most accurate temperature Accurate, expandable and and humidity graphical data configurable readout. logger on the market. • Reads SPRTs, RTDs, therm- • Superior accuracy istors, and thermocouples • Network enabled • Any configuration you like up to eight modules • Powerful logging and analy- • High-accuracy reference thermometer sis tools (to ± 0.0013 °C) 1529 Chub-E4 Secondary Standard PRTs Standards Thermometer Lab-quality accuracy 5626/5628 Secondary SPRT, PRT, on four channels for Temperature Sensors PRTs, thermistors and thermocouples. High-temperature secondary • Four channels for PRTs, thermistors, and standards. thermocouples • -200 °C to 661 °C • Displays eight user-selected data fields from any • Meets all ITS-90 requirements channel for resistance ratios • Logs up to 8,000 readings with date and time • Rtp drift < 20 mK after 500 stamps hours at 661°C 1502A/1504 5608/5609 Secondary PRTs Thermometer Readouts Very stable thermometer Best performance from –200 °C to 670 °C. thermometers in their price • 5608: –200 °C to 500 °C range. (80 mm minimum • Single-channel reference thermometers immersion) • Two models to choose from—reading PRTs or • 5609: –200 °C to 670 °C thermistors (100 mm minimum immersion) • Best price/performance package • Calibration not included, NVLAP-accredited calibration optional, lab code 200348-014 www.flukecal.com
  17. 17. Secondary Reference PRTs Precision Industrial PRTs5615 Secondary Reference Temperature 5627A Precision IndustrialStandards PRTs• –200 °C to 420 °C • Vibration and shock resistant• Calibrated accuracy ± 0.010 °C • NVLAP-accredited calibration at 0 °C included, lab code 200706-0• NVLAP-accredited calibration included, lab code 200706-0 Fast Response PRTs5616 Secondary Reference PRT• –200 °C to 420 °C 5622 Fast Response PRTs• Excellent stability: ± 0.007 °C • Time constants as fast as 0.4• Calibrated accuracy ± 0.011 °C seconds at 0 °C • Available as DIN/IEC Class A PRTs or with NVLAP-accredited calibration, lab code 200348-0Thermistor Standards • Small probe diameters ranging from 0.5 mm to 3.2 mm5640 Series Thermistor Standards Probes Small Diameter Indust. PRTs• Accuracy to ± 0.001 °C• Affordable system accuracy to ± 0.004 °C or better 5618B Small Diameter Industrial RTD• NIST-traceable calibration • Small diameter sheath, 3.2 mm included from manufacturer (0.125 in) • Excellent stability • Includes ITS-90 coefficientsHigh Temperature PRT Full Immersion PRTs5624 Platinum Resistance Thermometer• Temperature range of 0 °C to 5606 and 5607 Full Immersion PRTs 1000 °C • Transition junction designed• Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C to 962 °C to withstand full temperature (includes short-term stability and range of probe calibration uncertainty) • 5606: -200 °C to 160 °C• Long-term drift of 0.01 °C at 0°C • 5607: 0 °C to 450 °C after 100 hours at 1000 °C • Calibration accuracy of ± 0.05 °C Secondary Thermistor ProbesThermocouple Standards 5610/5611/5611T/5665 Secondary5649/5650 Type R and Type S Reference Thermistor ProbesThermocouple Standards • Short-term accuracy to• 0 °C to 1450 °C ± 0.01 °C; one-year drift• Two sizes available, each with or < ± 0.01 °C without reference junction • Accredited NVLAP calibration• Optional fixed-point calibration, optional uncalibrated accuracy is the • Flexible Teflon and silicone greater of ± 0.6 °C or ± 0.1 % of coated fast-response models readingwww.flukecal.com 15
  18. 18. Temperature calibration Compact Calibration Baths Standard Calibration Baths 6330/7320/7340/7380 6020/6022/6024 High Temperature Compact Temperature Calibration Oil Baths Calibration Baths Stable, uniform heat sources for Compact baths with the stability calibrations up to 300 °C. and uniformity required for • Stability as good as 0.001°C thermometer calibration. • Large-capacity tanks for higher • Stability and uniformity each productivity better than ± 0.008 °C • Built-in cooling coils for external • Metrology-level performance in cooling sources lab-friendly sizes • Convenient use on benchtops or on matching carts 6050H Extremely High Temperature Calibration Salt Bath Designed for high-temperature 6331/7321/7341/7381 calibration—up to 550 °C. Deep-Well Compact Baths • Eliminates messy sand baths Ample immersion depth and great • Electronically adjustable temperature stability, in a high value compact cutouts bath. • Stability of ± 0.008 °C at 550 °C • 457 mm (18 in) of depth with just 15.9 liters (4.2 gal) of fluid • Perfect for liquid-in-glass ther- mometers with optional LIG kit • Fast, quiet, compact (yet deep), 7008/7040/7037/7012/7011 Cold and economical Temperature Calibration Baths High stability means low calibration uncertainties—no other bath performs this well. 7312 Triple Point of Water • Stability to ± 0.0007 °C Maintenance Bath • Best digital temperature Keep your cells up and running controller available reliably for weeks at a time. • “Super Tweak” function • Maintains TPW cells for up to provides set-point resolu- six weeks tion to 0.00003 °C • Optional immersion freezer for simple cell freezing • Independent cutout circuit protects cells from breaking 7060/7080 Really Cold Temperature Calibration Baths Chill to –40, –60, or –80 °C without external coolants. • Self-contained refrigeration—no LN2 or chiller required • Temperatures as low as –80 °C in real metrology baths • Stability of ± 0.0025 °C at –80 °C16 www.flukecal.com
  19. 19. Special Application Baths Bath Controllers6054/6055/7007 Deep-Well Baths 2100 and 2200 BenchtopExtra-deep wells for Temperature Controllersthermometry work requiring Most stable temperatureextra tank depth and ultimate controllers availablestability. • Resolution as high as• Constant liquid levels 0.00018 °C through concentric-tube • RS-232 interface included design for automating applications• Special design for sighting LIG thermometers• Depth up to 60 cm (24 in) 7900 Controller for Rosemount-Designed Baths All the features of the Fluke Calibration 2100 Controller • Installs easily7009/7108/7015 Resistor Baths • Two independent over-Three size options for any temperature cutout circuitsquantity of resistors.• Stability to ±0.0007 °C• Independent high- and low- temperature cutout circuitwww.flukecal.com 17
  20. 20. Temperature calibration Metrology Wells Field Dry-Well Calibrators 9170/9171/9172/9173 Metrology Well 9103/9140/9141 Field Dry-Well Calibrators Calibrators Accurate enough for lab use yet Great performance in portable rugged and portable. instruments. • Best-performing industrial heat • Lightweight and very portable sources (accuracy, stability, • Accuracy to ± 0.25 °C uniformity) in the world • RS-232 and Interface-it software • –45 °C to 700 °C included • Immersion depth to 203 mm (8 in) • Optional ITS-90 reference input reads PRTs to ± 0.006 °C Micro-Baths Field Metrology Wells 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrators Portable and extremely stable. 9142/9143/9144 Field Metrology Wells • World’s smallest portable Small dry wells for big field calibration baths applications. • Calibrates sensors of any size • Lightweight, portable, and fast or shape • Cool to –25 °C in 15 minutes and • Stability to ± 0.015 °C heat to 660 °C in 15 minutes • Built-in two-channel readout for PRT, RTD, thermocouple, 4-20 mA current Handheld Calibrators 9100S/9102S Handheld Dry-Wells Dual-Block Dry-Well World’s smallest, lightest and most portable dry-wells. • Smallest dry-wells in the world 9011 High-Accuracy Dual-Well Calibrator • Ranges from –10 °C to 375 °C Widest temperature range • Accuracy to ± 0.25 °C, stability available in a single dry- of ± 0.05 °C at 0 °C well. • Combined range from –30 °C to 670 °C, one 9009 Industrial Dual-Block Thermometer unit—two blocks Calibrator • Two independent tem- Double your productivity or cut perature controllers (hot your calibration time in half. and cold side) • Temperatures from –15 °C to • Stability to ± 0.02 °C 350 °C in one unit • Two wells in each block for simultaneous comparison calibrations • Rugged, lightweight, water- resistant enclosure18 www.flukecal.com
  21. 21. Infrared Calibrators Zero-Point Dry-Well4180/81 Precision Infrared Calibrators 9101 Series Metrology Well CalibratorsAccredited performance for point- Ice-point reference without the ice.and-shoot calibrations. • ± 0.005 °C stability in a• Calibrated radiometrically for portable ice-point reference meaningful, consistent results. • Easy re-calibration for long-term• Accredited calibration included reliability• Accurate, reliable performance • Ready light frees user’s time and from –15 °C to 500 °C attention9132 and 9133 Portable Infrared Surface Probe CalibratorCalibratorsPrecision when you need it for 3125 Surface Probe Calibratorinfrared temperature calibration.• Certify IR pyrometers from Milled aluminum for a smooth –30 °C to 500 °C (–22 °F to and true calibration work 932 °F) area with maximum thermal• Large 57 mm (2.25 in) black- conductivity. body target • Calibrates surface sensors up to 400 °C• RTD reference well for contact temperature • Uses Fluke Calibration 2200 Controller for excel- measurement lent accuracy and stability • NIST-traceable calibration includedThermocouple Furnaces9150 Thermocouple FurnaceConvenient, portable thermocouplefurnace.• 150 °C to 1200 °C• Stability of ± 0.5 °C over full range• NIST-traceable calibration included• RS-232 port standard9112B Thermocouple Calibration FurnaceHorizontal furnace with unmatchedstability and uniformity to 1100 °C.• Combined stability and uniformity better than ± 0.4 °C• Five-hole isothermal block included for best stability and uniformity• RS-232 serial interface standard• High capacity for simultaneous comparison calibrationswww.flukecal.com 19
  22. 22. Pressure calibration Pressure calibration is the comparison of the output of a device used to measure pressure with that of another pressure measurement device, or pressure measurement standard.  This usually involves plumbing the unit under test (UUT) to the standard device and generating a common pressure in the measurement circuit.  The outputs of the devices are compared at one or more pressures, typically from the lowest to highest readings of the UUT’s full scale range, or the range over which it is normally used.  The comparison process can be performed in a chain from the highest level of fundamental pressure realization down to everyday pressure measurement devices, such as analog gauges, transducers and transmitters, to ensure that pressure measurements are accurate and comply with accepted or mandated standards. The test fluid inside a pressure calibration system may be liquid or gas depending on the application. In general, gas (usually compressed nitrogen or air) is used for cleanliness and precision at lower pressures, and liquids (usually oil or water) are often used for safety, leak integrity, and ease of pressure generation at higher pressures above 7 to 21 MPa (1000 to 3000 psi). There is a great deal of overlap in the actual ranges for which liquid or gas may be used practically, as reflected in the range of Fluke Calibration instruments that are specialized for each type of test fluid.20 www.flukecal.com
  23. 23. Product highlights7252 and 7252i High Performance Dual Output Pressure Controller/CalibratorsUnmatched performance, combining precision, stability, speed and affordability.Series 7252 provides a unique and flexible approach to performing automated calibrations overa wide pressure range. The 7252 incorporates two pressure ranges with independent controllersfor each range. Therefore, two calibrations can be performed at the same time. A wide variety ofpressure range combinations can be provided from as low as 0 to 2.5 kPa up to 0 to 21 MPa (0 to10 inH2O up to 0 to 3000 psi) providing maximum flexibility in a single instrument. Two differentmodels are available, the 7252i and 7252. The 7252i features percent of reading performance from25 % to 100 % of each installed range, whereas the economical 7252 provides 0.003 % of full scaleprecision for each range. Similar to the single output Series 7250, the 7252 also features an activematrix color screen display with enhanced navigation menus for ease of operation. The controller iscapable of very quick active pressure control, and offers passive control mode for maximum stability.• Pressure ranges from 0 to 2.5 kPa and to 21 MPa (0 to 0.36 psi and to 3000 psi, 0 to 25 mbar and to 210 bar)• Model 7252i provides advanced precision of 0.005 % of reading• Model 7252 provides 0.003 % of full scale precision• Measurement stability: 0.0075 % of reading per year• Time to set point: less than 15 seconds with no overshoot• Control stability: 10 ppm• Languages: English, French, Chinese, German, Japanese, Spanish and ItalianPG7000™ Piston Gauges with AMH™ Automated Mass HandlersCompletely automated operation and data collection for best available measurement performancePG7000™, already the world’s most advanced piston gauge, becomes even more advanced withAMH™ automated mass handling technology. Tedious, error prone and wear inducing manual massmanipulation can be eliminated from high end piston gauge operation, over the full pressure range,in a bench top system, at a reasonable cost. The AMH system can be added to existing platforms orordered with new installations. Two models are available to cover the complete PG7000 line of gasand oil operated piston gauges, including absolute mode with a vacuum reference. Thanks to thePG7000’s unique system architecture, the exact level of automation appropriate for the applicationcan be configured with standard components, from complete automation to simply automating masshandling. In all cases, PG7000’s unified approach assures a simple, integrated system with a singlelocal and remote interface.• Model AMH-38 with 38 kg mass set used with PG7601 or PG7607 gas piston gauges for automated mass handling with vacuum reference for defining absolute pressures—eliminates the need for time- consuming make and break of vacuum between test points• Model AMH-100 with up to 100 kg mass set used with PG7102, PG7202, PG7302 or PG7307 gas piston gauges for automated mass handling of gauge pressure to 110 MPa (16 k psi) gas and 500 MPa (72.5 k psi) oil• Automated mass loading resolution down to 100 g, with mass tray to manually trim with 10 mg resolution• Modular design allows use with existing manually operated PG7000 installations• Simple removal of AMH and mass set to change or clean piston-cylinder module• Fully automated with COMPASS® for Pressure Software, or user-devel- oped automation with complete, intuitive remote command structurewww.flukecal.com 21
  24. 24. Pressure calibration Gas Pressure Controllers/ PPC4 Gas Pressure Controller/Calibrator Calibrators Wide rangeability and flexibility in a single controller. Ranges and 7250LP Low Pressure Controller/Calibrator accuracy classes can be selected to best suit the Specialized measurement application. and control for very low • Up to two internal draft pressure range. Quartz Reference Pressure Transducers (Q-RPTs) • Precision: 0.005 % of from absolute (vacuum) to 14 MPa (2000 psi) reading • Full-scale standard class Q-RPTs provide • Control stability: 0.004 % of each range 0.015 % full scale of selected range measurement • Resolution to 0.0001 in H2O uncertainty • Full scale ranges from 0 to 10 in H2O (2.5 kPa) to • Standard class Q-RPTs provide 0.01 % reading 0 to 100 in H2O (25 kPa) measurement uncertainty • Premium class Q-RPTs provide 0.008 % reading 7250/7250i Gas Pressure measurement uncertainty Controllers/Calibrators • 4 ppm control precision as low as 1 kPa Combining advanced (0.15 psia) with large turndown precision, stability, speed • Can use RPM4 reference pressure monitors and affordability. as integrated remote pressure references for • Pressure ranges from 0 additional Q-RPT ranges to 40 kPa and to 21 MPa (0 to 5 psi and to 3000 psi, PPC4E Pressure Controller/Calibrator 0 to 400 mbar and to 210 bar) Very wide rangeability • Model 7250i provides precision of 0.005 % of and reliability at a great reading value, for everyday • Model 7250 provides 0.003 % of full scale pressure calibration. precision • Models available with • Stability: 0.0075 % of reading per year 10:1 or 100:1 accurate • Time to setpoint: 15 seconds with no overshoot measure and control range turndown for maximum workload coverage 7250xi High Performance Gas Pressure • Absolute, gauge and bidirectional gauge modes Controllers/Calibrators included in most models Unmatched precision and • Gauge calibration measurement uncertainty speed. ± 0.02 % of selected range, with range options • Pressure ranges from available from ± 1 kPa (± 0.15 psi) to 14 MPa 0 to 40 kPa and to (2000 psi) 17 MPa (0 to 5 psi and • Absolute range of 1 kPa (0.15 psi) to 14 MPa to 2500 psi, 0 to 400 mbar and to 170 bar) (2000 psi) • Advanced precision of 0.005 % of reading from 5 % to 100 % of full scale • Stability: 0.0075 % of reading per year • Time to setpoint: 15 seconds with no overshoot 7252/7252i Dual Output Gas Pressure Controllers A unique and flexible approach to performing automated calibrations over a wide pressure range. • Two independent pressure measurement and control modules • Two performance models available, 7252i and 7252 • Fast control: <15 seconds with zero overshoot • Full scale ranges from 0 to 2.5 kPa and to 21 MPa (0 to 0.36 psi and to 3000 psi)22 www.flukecal.com
  25. 25. High Pressure Controllers/ Reference PressureCalibrators Indicators7350 High Pressure Gas Controller/ RPM4 Reference Pressure MonitorCalibrator Premium measurementSafe, easy-to-use, and performance in a compacteffective high pressure test and rugged instrument.and calibration. • One or two indepen-• Ranges to 70 MPa dent quartz reference (10k psi, 700 bar) pressure transducer• Measurement precision modules (Q-RPTs) with to 0.01 % of range individual self-defense systems (SDS™) to prevent• Control stability over-pressure 0.007 % FS • Infinite Ranging and AutoRange™ • Differential measurement mode (channel 1- channel 2)PPCH-G High Pressure Gas Controller/ • Dedicated version available for air data rangesCalibrator units and features, RPM4-ADWide rangeability and • Can be used as integrated external referenceflexibility with precise high pressure transducer for PPC pressurepressure gas control. controller/calibrators• Ranges to 100 MPa (15k psi)• One or two internal 7050 Series Digital Pressure Indicators Q-RPTs with large range Unmatched precision with turndown long term stability.• Can use RPM4 reference pressure monitors • Pressure ranges from as integrated remote pressure references for 0 to 10 in H2O and 0 to additional Q-RPT ranges 1,500 psi (0 to 25 mbar and 0 to 100 bar) • Model 7050i provides precision of 0.005 % of7615 Hydraulic Pressure Controller/ readingCalibrator • Model 7050 provides 0.003 % of full scaleUnique, high speed precisionapproach to high pressure • Active matrix color screen with enhancedcalibration and testing. navigation menus• Ranges to 280 MPa • Model 7050LP provides precision of 0.005 % (40k psi) reading for very low draft pressure ranges• Measurement precision to 0.01 % of range• Available in a variety of fluids, including water• High speed pressure controlPPCH Hydraulic Pressure Controller/CalibratorWide rangeability andflexibility with precise highpressure hydraulic control.• Ranges to 200 MPa (30k psi)• One or two internal Q-RPTs with large range turndown• High precision control over wide range• Can use RPM4 reference pressure monitors as integrated remote pressure references for additional Q-RPT rangeswww.flukecal.com 23
  26. 26. Pressure calibration PG7000 Series Piston PG7000-AMH Automated Mass Handler Gauges Automated Mass Handler for PG7000 Piston Gauges. • Add to PG7000 Series PG7601 Absolute Gas Piston Gauge piston gauge to fully auto- mate pressure testing in Gas piston gauge with gauge or absolute mode vacuum reference • Designed and tested for defining absolute to provide years of reliable, maintenance free pressures. operation • Gas pressure from 5 kPa • Reduce wear and possible mass value changes to 7 MPa (0.7 psi to 1000 psi) gauge or absolute caused by manual mass handling pressure • Onboard measurement of test conditions, and real-time calculation and display of test pressure • Compatible with PPC4 pressure controller and 2400 Series Piston Gauges AMH-38 Automated Mass Handler 2465A Absolute Gas Piston Gauge PG7102 Gas Piston Gas piston gauge capable Gauge of very low pressures, Gas piston gauge for defining gauge and with 55 kg mass set absolute pressures. for extended range • Gas pressure from measurement of gauge pressures. 1.5 kPa to 7 MPa (0.2 psi to 1000 psi) gauge or • Gas pressures from 100 kPa absolute pressure to 11 MPa (15 to 1,600 psig) • Lightweight, compact system with small masses • Onboard measurement of test conditions, and for reduced bench space, transportability and real-time calculation and display of test pressure ergonomic mass handling • Compatible with PPC4 pressure controller and • Compatible with Autofloat Controller and AMH-100 Automated Mass Handler WinPrompt and COMPASS software PG7202 High Pressure Gas Piston Gauge 2470 Gas Piston Gauge Gas piston gauge with oil- Gas piston gauge capable lubricated piston-cylinder of very low to high gauge for operation in high pressures. pressure gas or oil. • Pressures ranges from • Gas pressures from 1.5 kPa to 20 MPa (0.2 psi 100 kPa to 110 MPa (15 to 16,000 psig), to 3000 psig) oil pressures from 100 kPa to 200 MPa (15 to • Lightweight, compact 30,000 psig) system with small masses • Gas operated, liquid lubricated for robust opera- for reduced bench space, transportability and tion and low piston sink rates ergonomic mass handling • Onboard measurement of test conditions, and • Compatible with WinPrompt and COMPASS real-time calculation and display of test pressure software • Compatible with PPCH-G pressure controller and AMH-100 Automated Mass Handler 2482 Differential Piston Gauge High precision differential PG7302 Piston Gauge pressure measurement at Oil piston gauge for elevated line pressures. measurement of high • Measures differential gauge pressures. pressures using a gas or • Oil pressures from oil medium 100 kPa to 500 MPa • Differential pressure (15 psi to 75,000 psig) to 210 kPa (30 psi, • Onboard measurement of test conditions, and 2100 mbar) at static line pressure range to real-time calculation and display of test pressure 20 MPa (2900 psi, 200 bar) • Compatible with PPCH pressure controller and • Quickly and easily set differential pressures with AMH-100 Automated Mass Handler lightweight masses • Fully automated pressure control and pressure determination using WinPrompt software24 www.flukecal.com
  27. 27. Specialty Piston Gauges Manual Pressure Generation and ControlFPG8601 Force-Balanced Piston GaugeGas pressure calibration system 3990 Gas Pressure Control Packfor very low gauge, differential Precise, manual absoluteand absolute pressures. and gauge pressure control• Gas pressure from 0 to for gas piston gauges and 15 kPa (113 Torr) in gauge, indicators. differential and absolute • Models from vacuum modes to 7 MPa and 20 MPa• Measurement uncertainty to (1000 psi and 3000 psi) ± (5 mPa + 30 ppm of read- • Self-contained for intuitive, easy use ing) in gauge and absolute differential mode, ± (8 mPa + 30 ppm of reading) in GPC1 High Gas Pressure Controller absolute mode Precise, assisted manual• Fully automated, including test execution, pressure control for high pressure control and reference and device under test data gas piston gauges and collection indicators. • Models to 70 MPa andPG9607 Gas Piston Gauge 110 MPa (10k psi and 16k psi)Fully automated primary • Precise control to fullpressure reference for pressure with simple,absolute and gauge ergonomic push-button operationpressures to 500 kPa.• Gauge and absolute pressures from 11 to MPG2 Hydraulic Pressure 500 kPa with a single piston-cylinder Generator/Controller• Large diameter 50 mm piston-cylinder with Precise, manual control for improved geometry allows direct traceability hydraulic piston gauges to dimensional measurements with very low and indicators. uncertainties • Models to 100 MPa and 200 MPa (15k psi andPG9602 Gas Piston Gauge 30k psi) • Self-contained forFully automated primary intuitive and easy generation andpressure reference for precise control to full pressureabsolute and gaugepressures to 11 MPa.• Gauge and absolute OPG1 Hydraulic Pressure pressures from 10 kPa Generator/Controller to 11 MPa Precise, assisted manual• Up to 100 kg mass load under vacuum bell jar for control for hydraulic piston large turndown and overlap of piston-cylinder gauges and indicators. ranges • Pressure to 200 MPa (30k psi) • Precise generation and control to full pressure with simple, ergonomic push-button operationwww.flukecal.com 25
  28. 28. Pressure calibration Industrial Deadweight Pressure Gauge Calibrators Testers E-DWT-H Electronic Deadweight Tester P3000 Pneumatic Deadweight Tester A digital alternative to the High performance gas traditional deadweight deadweight testers, tester. with unique suspended • Set and measure piston design for vacuum pressure precisely calibration. without limitation of • 0.015 % of reading mass loading resolution accuracy standard • Pressure measurement (0.008 % optional) is insensitive to local gravity and orientation • 3 to 500 psi (0.2 to 35 bar) pressure • One year uncertainty of ± 0.02 % of reading • Optional low range 0.03 to 1 bar vacuum • Run onboard test routines and store calibration (1 to 30 inHg) data for review and export to a PC • Integrated vacuum and pressure pump available to 2 MPa (300 psi) P5510 Pneumatic Comparison Test Pump • Dual pressure/vacuum P3100 Hydraulic Deadweight Tester capability Highly accurate oil • Pressure to 20 MPa deadweight tester, with (300 psi, 20 bar) quick and easy-to-use • Vacuum from 0 to single and dual piston 80 kPa (0 to 24 inHg, deadweight models. 800 mbar) • Pressure ranges to • Built-in pressure and 140 MPa (20k psi, vacuum generation 1400 bar) • 0.015 % of reading accuracy standard P5513 Pneumatic Comparison Test Pump (0.008 % optional) • Pressure range 0 to • Built-in pressure generation and adjustment 210 MPa (3k psi, • Single or dual piston formats 210 bar) • High pressure pneumatic P3200 Hydraulic Deadweight Tester operation Hydraulic deadweight • Screw press for fine tester specially designed pressure adjustments to use water as a test • High quality needle valves for fine control medium. • Pressure ranges to P5514 and P5515 Series Hydraulic 70 MPa (10k psi, Comparison Test Pumps 700 bar) • Compatible with a wide • 0.015 % of reading accuracy standard range of fluids (0.008 % optional) • P5514 Test Pump • Built-in pressure generation and adjustment is generates pressures to standard 70 MPa (10k psi, • Single or dual piston formats 700 bar) • Water media • P5515 Test Pump generates pressures to P5514 P3800 Hydraulic Deadweight Tester 140 MPa (20k psi, High performance and 1400 bar) simplicity for very high • P5515 has a built-in pressure hydraulic calibration. hand pump for system • Pressure ranges to priming and large 400 MPa (60k psi, volume applications P5515 4000 bar) • 0.02 % of reading accuracy standard (0.015 % optional) • Includes hand pump and intensifier for generat- ing and adjusting high26 pressures www.flukecal.com
  29. 29. Air Data Calibration Pressure Calibration Systems7750i Air Data CalibratorAir data test set with 7250Sys Multi-Rangeunequalled precision and Pressure Calibration Systemlong term stability and Turn-key automated gas pressuresuperior pressure control calibration system.technology. • Gas pressure measurement and• High accuracy, RVSM compliant control from low absolute to• Accuracy to ± 2 feet, 0.02 knots 17 MPa (2500 psi)• True differential sensor for airspeed (Qc) • Fully integrated multi-range pressure test and calibrationRPM4-AD Reference Pressure Monitor systems with a single interfaceSpecialized pressure and single test portindicator for the absolute • Select either an 8 range or theand differential pressure 12 range system for maximumranges in air data performance and coverageinstruments.• Fixed wing and rotary Custom Pressure Calibration Systems wing range versions Engineered custom systems integrate standard Fluke• True Pt, Ps, Qc operation Calibration products into a complete system based on the user’s specific requirements. These are often2468A Pitot/Static Primary Standard multi-range systems that include pressure generationGas piston gauge and supply accessories, data acquisition hardwarespecialized for air data and software and/or test instrument connectionabsolute and differential manifolds. Custom systems include but are notpressure ranges. limited to turn-key pressure calibration rack systems,• Pressure range: 0.4 to portable calibration carts and automated pressure 103 inHg. Optional range: 3.4 to 400 inHg calibration bench systems.• Accuracy to ± 0.5 feet, 0.003 knots• Extended mass set covers entire air data range without the need to change pistons• Compatible with Autofloat Controller and WinPrompt and COMPASS softwareADCS-601 Air Data Calibration SystemGas pressure calibrationbench system forabsolute and differentialmeasurement in the airdata range.• Primary pressure calibration of the entire air data range• Fully automated, including test execution, pressure control and reference and device under test data collectionwww.flukecal.com 27
  30. 30. Gas flow calibration What is gas flow calibration? Gas flow calibration refers to the calibration of a flow sensing device such as a flow meter or flow controller by comparing its measurement against a flow measurement reference. Typically, the device, or unit under test (UUT), is pneumatically connected in series with the flow reference so they measure the same gas flow; then the indications of the two devices are compared. molbloc™/molbox™ system components Fluke Calibration’s molbloc/molbox gas flow calibration system consists of molbloc flow elements that connect to a flow terminal (either molbox1+ or molbox RFM) so the terminal can use pressure and temperature measurements from around the flow element, combined with gas properties and prior molbloc calibration data, to determine and display the gas flow rate. Mass flow vs. volume flow A frequent topic of discussion and confusion surrounding gas flow measurement is that of mass flow versus volume flow. Flow meters and flow units used for flow measurements are used to measure and express either the amount of volume of gas or the amount of mass (number of moles or molecules) passing through the device. When performing a gas flow calibration, it is nearly always beneficial to use a mass flow reference measurement, because the mass flow rate stays constant throughout a flow system in steady state. Since gas is compressible, the volume flow rate varies at different locations in a flow system due to changes in density caused by changing temperature and pressure. molblocs are mass flow standards, which allow reliable comparisons to other flow devices. The molbox terminal is also able to calculate and express the flow rate in terms of volume flow at another point in the system to allow testing of volume-based devices.28 www.flukecal.com
  31. 31. Gas Flow Standards molstic Mounting Systems Used to conveniently mount and protect molblocmolbox1+ Flow Terminal elements, connect to units under test and provide flow and pressure control.0.125 % of reading—lowest uncertainty for gas molstic-L used for molboc-L mass flow elements.flow calibration. • Quick connector input• Allows coverage of for convenient connec- flow range from less tion to the gas supply than 1 sccm to over 5000 slm with a single user • 2 micron (0.5 micron interface and transportable system for low flow) filter to• Real-time flow measurements makes adjusting protect the downstream analog flow devices fast and easy components• No moving parts that cause pressure/flow • Adjustable regulator protects the molbox transduc- fluctuations or threaten reliability ers against accidental overpressure• Perform fully-automated flow calibrations using molstic-S used for molbloc-S mass flow elements. molbox terminal with COMPASS for Flow software • Available in either 1/2• Updated design with advanced features and even inch or 1/4 inch system more robust internal pneumatic design plumbing sizes • Integrated flow shut-off/ metering valvesmolboc-L Laminar Flow ElementLaminar flow elements for flow from1 sccm to 100 slm. Gas Flow Automation• Traceable to primary gravimetric Accessories mass flow measurements MFC-CB™ Control Box• Multiple gases supported • Stand-alone unit for• Useable with existing molbox1+ and molbox RFM setting/reading analog mass flow terminals and COMPASS software mass flow controllers• Integrated filter to protect against contamination (MFCs) and mass flow• Integral gas temperature conditioning and meters (MFMs). measurement • Set and read 0 to 5 V or 4 to 20 mA on two (2) channels simultaneouslymolbloc-S Sonic Nozzle Flow Element • Complete front panel local control and remote operation via RS-232 and IEEE-488 interfacesSonic nozzle based molblocs forgas flow up to 5,000 slm. MFC Switchbox™• Covers ranges up to 5,000 • Supplies power and slm in N2 and air switches between up• Multiple gases supported to five MFCs or MFMs• Useable with molbox1+, or existing molbox1 and on one molbox1+ or molbox RFM mass flow terminals and COMPASS MFC-CB channel. software • Duplicates MFC channel without switching cables• Proven critical flow venturi (sonic) nozzle operat- ing principle supported by primary gravimetric calibration Primary Gas Flow Standardmolbox RFM Reference Flow Monitor GFS Dynamic GravimetricCompact terminal for Mass Flow Standardmaking mass flowmeasurements using GFS™ is a true Primary Massmolbloc-L and molbloc-S Flow Standard and makes theflow elements. fundamental measurement of low• Traceable to primary gravimetric mass flow gas mass flow rates practical. measurements • Covers the range of 0.2 to• Economical alternative to molbox1+ terminal 200 mg/s in various gases• ± 0.5 % of reading uncertainty (10 sccm to 10 slm N2)• Covers the flow range of 1 sccm to 100 slm with • Measurements can be transferred molbloc-L, and up to 5000 slm with molbloc-S higher flow ranges using Succes- sive Addition method • Flow measurement uncertainty as low as ± 0.013 % of readingwww.flukecal.com 29
  32. 32. Calibration software “Calibration software” refers to applications that automate all or part of a calibration process via computer control. Calibration software also allows users to manage their calibration and asset data. If you’ve heard about the benefits of automated calibration and asset management but are puzzled about how everything fits together, call on Fluke Calibration for solutions. Other types of calibration software from Fluke Calibration include data-logging software, software that generates calibration constants and references, and various add-on and plug-in software programs. Why use calibration software? Using software to automate all or part of the calibration process offers several important advantages. Consistency – Software automation ensures that calibrations can be performed exactly the same way by multiple operators in multiple locations. This improves the quality of results, reduces errors and standardizes methods. Efficiency – Automating the calibration process allows technicians to set up tests and then go on to perform other tasks, making more efficient use of their time. Calibrations are typically completed much more quickly, saving time and money. If the software is capable of calibrating multiple units under test simultaneously, automation increases throughput as well. Documentation and reports – Calibration automation software typically includes features for documenting calibration procedures, storing calibration data, and producing reports, allowing users to eliminate paper records or spreadsheets. Because Fluke Calibration software does such a good job of keeping accurate records of all parts of the calibration process, it also supports compliance with a wide variety of quality standards.30 www.flukecal.com