PRC10

Extech PRC Current Calibrator and Meter

Extech PRC Current Calibrator and Meter

Description

The PRC Current Calibrator and Meter is a precision source for calibrating process devices.

Features

  • 0 to 24mA (-25 to 125%)
  • Standard banana I/O ports
  • Large battery bank for extended work cycle
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The Extech PRC meter contains up to five user adjustable calibration presets. The large batter bank and external power adapter provide lasting power to the instrument for extended work cycles. The palm-sized double molded housing and large dot-matrix backlit LCD make for ease-of-use of the meter. The model PRC10 features a 24V DC power source for 2-wire current loop, while the model PRC15 features a 0 to 20V DC calibration source.

Applications for the process devices calibration and simulation include transducers, transmitters, indicators, controllers, and recorders. Also handy for field tests and services, as well as bench research and development.

Notable Specifications:
  • Source range: Output 0 to 24mA current for loads up to 1000 ohms (-25% to 125%); Output 0 to 20V (PRC15 only)
  • Measure range: 0 to 50mA current signal (-25 to 230%); 0 to 19.99V (PRC15 only)
  • Power/measure range: Provides power (24VDC) to loop & measures current (PRC10 only)
  • Input/output range and displays/ resolution: 0 to 19.99mA/0.01mA, 0 to 24.0mA/0.1mA, 0 to 1999mV/1mV, 0 to 20.00V/10mV
  • Accuracy range: 0.01% ±1 digit
  • Meter dimensions: 6.3" x 3.2" x 1.7" (159 x 80 x 44mm)
  • Meter weight: 8.2oz (232g) - not including battery weight
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) Test leads
  • (1) Alligator clips
  • (1) 100V-240V AC universal adaptor with 4 plugs
  • (6) 1.5 AA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech PRC Current Calibrator and Meter PRC10 Current calibrator/meter
$399.99
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Extech PRC Current Calibrator and Meter PRC10-NIST Current calibrator/meter, NIST traceable
$524.99
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Extech PRC Current Calibrator and Meter PRC15 Current calibrator/meter (Output 0 to 20)
$449.99
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Extech PRC Current Calibrator and Meter PRC15-NIST Current calibrator/meter, NIST traceable (Output 0 to 20)
$574.99
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