412355A

Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter

Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter

Description

The Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter is a precision source for calibrating process devices.

Features

  • Five stored calibration values for fast calibrations
  • DC process signals from 0 to 24mA and 0 to 20V
  • LCD displays readings in mA or as a percentage
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The Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter displays readings in mA or as a percentage of the 0 to 24mA range or as mV in voltage ranges. Five stored calibration values are easily retrieved for fast calibrations. Model 412355A features current plus voltage calibrations is adjustable 0 to 24mA and 0 to 20V as a calibration source. Model 4123000A features a current calibrator that provides 0 to 24mA output and provides 24VDC power to measure a two-wire current loop.

 

Applications include setup and calibration of process devices such as transducers, indicators, recorders, and controllers, troubleshooting and field service, and product design.

Notable Specifications:
  • Operating modes
  • Source: output 0 to 24mA current for loads up to 1000 ohms, output 0 to 20V (412355A only)
  • Measure: 0 to 50mA current signal, 0 to 19.99V (412355A only)
  • Power/measure: Provides power (24VDC) to loop & measures current (412300A only)
  • Input/output
  • Ranges: -25.0 to 125.0% (representing 0 to 24mA), 0 to 19.99mA, 0 to 24.0mA, 0 to 1999mV, 0 to 20.00V
  • Resolutions: 0.1%, 0.01mA, 0.1mA, 1mV, 10mV
  • Accuracy: 0.075% ±1 digit
  • Power: 9V battery or AC adaptor
  • Dimensions: 3.8 x 4.2 x 1.8" (96 x 108 x 45mm) folded
  • Weight: 12oz (340g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Calibrator
  • (1) 9V Battery
  • (1) Calibration cable with spade lug terminals
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) 100V-240V AC Universal adapter (50/60Hz)
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Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter 412355A Current and voltage calibrator/meter
$269.99
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Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter 412355A-NIST Current calibrator/meter, NIST traceable
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Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter 412300A Current calibrator/meter
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Extech Current and Voltage Calibrator/Meter 412300A-NIST Current calibrator/meter, NIST traceable
$344.99
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