412400

Extech Multifunction Process Calibrator

Extech Multifunction Process Calibrator

Description

The Extech Multifunction Process Calibrator measures 0 to 50mA and 0 to 19.99V.

Features

  • Source 0 to 24mA with 0.01mA resolution
  • Select Type J, K, or T thermocouple for precision calibrations in °F/°C or mV
  • Single/continuous step function for voltage and current
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The Extech Multifunction Process Calibrator is used for precision source and measurement for thermocouples (types J, K, and T), mA, mV, and V devices. The source is from 0 to 24mA with a 0.1 resolution, and measures from 0 to 50mA. The output is from 0 to 1999mV or 0 to 10.00V, and measure from 0 to 19.99V. User selectable type J, K, or T thermocouples are used for precision calibrations in °F/°C or mV. The self-contained 24V loop power supply drives current loads up to 1000Ω, and the memory for 5 user settable output values of each type for fast calibrations. 

Notable Specifications:
  • DC source current range: 0 to 24mA, -25% to +125%
  • DC source current accuracy: ±(0.075% + 1 digit) or ± 3 digits, whichever is greater
  • DC source voltage range: 0 to 10V
  • DC source voltage accuracy: ±(0.075% + 1 digit) or ± 3 digits, whichever is greater
  • DC source type J range: -58 to 1830°F (-50 to 1000°C)
  • DC source type J accuracy: ±(0.15% + 1.8°F or 1°C)
  • DC source type K range: -58 to 2498°F (-50 to 1370°C)
  • DC source type K accuracy: ±(0.15% + 1.8°F or 1°C)
  • DC source type T range: -184 to 752°F (-120 to 400°C)
  • DC source type T accuracy: ±(0.15% + 1.8°F or 1°C)
  • DC source loop power: 24V
  • DC source loop power accuracy: ±(10μV ± 1 digit)
  • DC source maximum load: 1000 @ 24mA
  • DC measure current range: 0 to 50mA, -25% to +230%
  • DC measure current accuracy: ±(0.075% + 1 digit) or ± 3 digits, whichever is greater
  • DC measure voltage range: 0 to 20V
  • DC measure voltage accuracy: ±(0.075% + 1 digit) or ± 3 digits, whichever is greater
  • DC measure type J range: -58 to 1830°F (-50 to 1000°C)
  • DC measure type J accuracy: ±(0.15% + 1.8°F or 1°C)
  • DC measure type K range: -58 to 2498°F (-50 to 1370°C)
  • DC measure type K accuracy: ±(0.15% + 1.8°F or 1°C)
  • DC measure type T range: -184 to 752°F (-120 to 400°C)
  • DC measure type T accuracy: ±(0.15% + 1.8°F or 1°C)
  • Dimensions: 3.8 x 4.7 x 2.0" (96 x 118 x 45mm)
  • Weight: 12oz (340g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Calibrator
  • (6) AA batteries
  • (1) Calibration cable with spade lug terminals
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