Fluke Calibration Products and Services Short Form Catalog Precision, performance, confidence.™ Electrical Temperature RF Pressure Flow Software Table of contents 2 Electrical calibration DC/LF electrical calibrators...........................................5 Specialty calibrators.......................................................6 Oscilloscope calibrators.................................................7 Precision multimeters ...................................................7 Electrical standards........................................................8 Featured products 5730A Multifunction Calibrator The new gold standard in electrical calibration. Page 3 6003A Three Phase Electrical Power Calibrator Three phases of power with optional energy and power quality in a single easy-to-use instrument. Page 3 11 Temperature calibration Standard platinum resistance thermometers.......... 18 ITS-90 fixed-point cells.............................................. 18 Cell maintenance apparatus...................................... 19 Thermometer readouts................................................ 20 Reference PRTs..............................................................21 Thermocouples..............................................................21 Thermistors....................................................................21 Compact calibration baths.......................................... 22 Standard calibration baths......................................... 22 Dry-well calibrators and Micro-Baths..................... 24 Infrared calibrators...................................................... 25 Thermocouple furnaces.............................................. 25 Miscellaneous temperature calibrators.................... 25 Featured products 9 RF calibration RF references................................................................ 10 Featured products 96270A 27 GHz Low Phase Noise Reference Source The simplest, most accurate and cost effective single instrument for calibrating spectrum analyzers, RF power sensors and more. Page 10 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace High performance furnace for thermocouple calibrations to 1200 °C. Page 12 1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner The most accurate, flexible multi-point temperature measurement system. Page 12 96040A Low Phase Noise Reference Source Simplify your RF calibration system by replacing many of the instruments and accessories that make up your current system. Page 10 www.flukecal.com 26 Pressure calibration 39 Calibration software Gas pressure controllers/calibrators......................... 30 High pressure controllers/calibrators....................... 31 Reference pressure indicators................................... 31 PG7000 series piston gauges..................................... 32 2400 series piston gauges......................................... 32 Specialty piston gauges.............................................. 33 Manual pressure generation and control................ 33 Industrial deadweight testers.................................... 34 Pressure comparators.................................................. 34 Pressure calibrators..................................................... 35 Air data calibration...................................................... 36 Pressure calibration systems..................................... 36 Electrical and RF calibration software.....................41 Calibration asset management software................. 42 Software support program......................................... 42 Temperature calibration software............................ 43 Pressure/Flow calibration software......................... 43 Featured products MET/CAL® Plus Calibrator Management Software The complete solution for managing and automating your calibration workload. Page 40 6270A Modular Pressure Controller/Calibrator The simple easy-to-maintain solution for calibrating a wide range of pressure gauges and sensors. Page 27 2700G Series Reference Pressure Gauges Best-in-class measurement performance in a rugged, easy-to-use, economical package. Page 27 3130 Portable Pressure Calibrator Everything you need for accurate calibration of pneumatic field instrumentation, in a rugged case suitable for harsh industrial environments. Page 27 37 Gas flow calibration Gas Flow Standards..................................................... 38 Primary Gas Flow Standard....................................... 38 Featured products MET/TEAM® Test Equipment Asset Management Software Powerful, flexible, scalable calibration management software solution for managing your calibration assets. Page 40 44 Data acquisition and general purpose test Featured products 2638A Hydra Series III Data Acquisition System A price performance breakthrough in standalone data acquisition system. Page 45 Fluke DAQ 6.0 Application Software A powerful and versatile application for quick and easy configuration, data logging and analysis using Fluke data acquisition products. Page 45 Service programs.........................................48 Training...........................................................49 www.flukecal.com 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 2 Electrical Calibration 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. www.flukecal.com Product highlights 5730A Multifunction Calibrator The new gold standard in electrical calibration The 5730A High Performance Multifunction Calibrator is the culmination of years of engineering development, customer research and industrial design, to bring to market the new “gold standard” in multifunction calibration. Like its predecessors, the 5700A and 5720A calibrators, the 5730A calibrates a wide range of digital multimeters, up to long-scale 8.5 digit DMMs, as well as a widerange RF multimeters. This new model features improved specifications that will help you increase test uncertainty ratios (TURs) and improve test confidence. • 6.5 inch VGA capacitive touchscreen with full color graphical user interface • Menus and functions displayed in choice of nine languages • Visual Connection Management ™ terminals guide cable connections • Extended operational reliability through the use of modern analog and digital components and state-of-the-art circuit board technologies • Artifact Calibration—the process of using just three external standards—10 V, 1 ohm and 10 k ohm, to automatically adjust the entire instrument—optimizes performance to the best specified performance • Cal Check—a process that tests all function and ranges for any drift since the most recent calibration—provides ongoing confidence in performance. Any output drift is measured and evaluated it with respect to specification. • Compatible with 52120A and 5725A amplifiers • Full MET/CAL® compatibility with 5700A and 5720A procedures (MET/CAL versions 7.3 and above) • 30 MHz and 50 MHz wideband output options available www.flukecal.com 6003A Three Phase Electrical Power Calibrator Three power phases in a single easy-to-use instrument The 6003A Three Phase Electrical Power Calibrator is the most cost-effective way to get the superior accuracy and performance of three independent phases in one instrument. It is an ideal solution for calibration laboratories, electronics manufacturers, electric utility meter shops, and other organizations that manufacture and maintain energy meters, power quality analyzers, and similar tools. Along with providing three independent phases of precise voltage and current, the 6003A also sources power quality phenomena, including harmonics, interharmonics, flicker (modulation) and dip/swell variations. The 6003A includes measurement capabilities for dc voltage, dc current and frequency for measuring outputs from power and energy transducers. The 6003A delivers all of this functionality with a graphical user interface that makes it easy to learn and use. Features at a glance: • Three phases in a single instrument • Simulates dc or ac electrical power and energy in voltage range to 600 ac V or 280 dc V and current range to 30 A per phase or 90 A combined • Phase shift between voltage and current channels can be set from 0° to 359.99° • Specifications of ± 375 ppm for power and 0.01° for phase • Current outputs can be isolated from ground by up to 450 V peak • Optional energy and power quality capabilities • Built-in dc multimeter for transducer output measurement • Offers a high current adapter for applications needing from 30 A to 90 A of current Electrical Calibration 3 Selection guide Multi-Product Calibrators Workload 5080A 5502A 5522A Multifunction Calibrators Oscilloscope Calibrators Electrical Tester Calibrator 5730A 9500B 5320A Power and Energy Calibrators and Standards 6003 6100B Precision Process Calibrators 6105A 525B 7526A V dc, I dc & R V dc, I dc & R Analog/panel meters High burden meters Low burden meters V dc & V ac DMMs Basic dc V accuracy 100 ppm 50 ppm 11 ppm 3.5 ppm n/a 0.10 % 3.5 digits 375 ppm 112 ppm 42 ppm V dc & V ac (typ. ± 0.3 % dc V) 40 ppm 40 ppm V dc, I dc & R V dc & V ac opt opt 9 9 4.5 digits (typ. ± 0.025 % dc V) 5.5 digits (typ. ± 0.015 % dc V) 6.5 digits (typ. ± 0.0024 % dc V) 7.5 digits (typ. ± 12 ppm dc V) 8.5 digits (typ. ± 3.9 ppm dc V) Temperature/pressure RTD simulate RTD measure Thermocouple simulate Thermocouple measure Pressure modules opt Two-wire transmitters Oscilloscopes 200 MHz to 600 MHz 1 to 5 channels 200 MHz opt 300 MHz or 600 MHz opt 1.1 GHz 600 MHz opt 600 MHz std 1 GHz opt 9510 Head opt 3.2 GHz 9530 Head opt 6.4 GHz 9560 Head opt 25 ps fast edge (14 GHz) 9550 Head opt Safety testers Hipot Megohm meters MEG opt Installation PATs Continuity MEG opt Loop impedance Leakage current Ground bond RCD/GFCI Medical safety Power/energy Wattmeters Harmonic analyzers PQ opt Flicker meters PQ opt Phase angle meters PQ opt Power analyzers PQ opt PQ opt PQ opt Power recorders Secondary energy standards Watthour/ energy meters E opt Other Clamp meters 5500A/ COIL LCR meters 5500A/ COIL 5500A/ COIL RC only RC only 52120A Amp + COIL Opt 52120A Amp + COIL opt Process calibrators Data acquisition Non sine waveforms 30/50 MHz WB opts RF millivolt meters # of calibrator functions 8 11 11 5 11+ 9 8 8 5522A DC/LF Electrical Calibrators 5730A 5730A Multifunction Calibrator The new gold standard in electrical calibration. • The next generation highperformance multifunction calibrator • Support instruments of up to 8.5 digits in measurement performance •Artifact Calibration permits the lowest cost of support and highest confidence in performance • New internal printed circuit boards with upgraded digital technology • 6.5 inch VGA capacitive touchscreen with full color graphical user interface • Menus and functions displayed in choice of nine languages • Optional wideband outputs to 30 or 50 MHz 5502A 5080A 5522A Multi-Product Calibrator 5080A High Compliance Multi-Product Calibrator Robust, transportable wide workload coverage. • Calibrates a wide variety of electrical test equipment with more than 14 functional capabilities • 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 Solutions for your analog and digital workload. • High compliance for difficultto-calibrate analog 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 calibration 5502A Multi-Product Calibrator Robust, transportable solution to match your workload and budget. • Calibrates a wide variety of electrical test equipment • Robust protection circuits prevent costly damage from operator error • Ergonomically designed carrying handles • Rugged optional case with built-in handles and wheels and removable front/rear access doors • Optional oscilloscope calibration to 600 MHz www.flukecal.com Electrical Calibration 5 6105A/6100B 52120A 7526A 5725A 6135A/PMU 6003A Three Phase Electrical Power Calibrator 5320A Specialty Calibrators 6003A 52120A Transconductance Amplifier Test and calibrate power standards, power and energy meters, 6105A/6100B Electrical PQ analyzers, high-current clamp Power Standards meters and Rogowski coils. Delivers: The most accurate, compre• 120 A stand-alone hensive and flexible sources • 240 A or 360 A with parallel of electrical power quality and operation energy signals. • 3000 A or 6000 A with acces• Power calibration with voltsory coils age to 1008 V and current to • Industry-leading amplifier 21 amps, and optionally up to accuracy: 80 amps – 100 PPM dc to 850 Hz • Voltage and current accuracies – 120 PPM dc and 260 PPM ac better than 0.005 % (50 ppm) in stand-alone operation • Current to voltage phase • Frequency capability, dc to accuracy of 0.003 ° 10 kHz • Programmable harmonic distortion up to 100 harmonics • Includes other power quality 7526A Precision Process testing phenomena Calibrator • Complex measurements generBest balance of economy and ating a wide variety of signals accuracy for calibration of temperature and pressure process 5725A Amplifier measurement instrumentation. • Sources and measures dc voltThe Fluke 5725A Amplifier is a age, current, resistance companion to the 57XX Series • Measures and simulates RTDs calibrators. and thermocouples • Extends the calibrators’ alter• Measures pressure using Fluke nating volt-hertz product to 700/525A-P pressure modules 1100 V at 30 kHz and 750 V at • Includes 24 V dc loop power 100 kHz supply, automated switch-test • Increases maximum direct and function and measures 4 mA to alternating current to 11 A 20 mA 6 Electrical Calibration Three power phases in a single easy-to-use instrument. • Cost effective • Easy to use • Simulates dc or ac electrical power and energy in voltage range to 600 ac V or 280 dc V and current range to 30 A per phase or 90 A combined • Phase shift between voltage and current channels can be set from 0° to 359.99° 6135A/PMU Phasor Measurement Unit Calibrator Fast, automated, IEEE C37 118.1-2011-compliant PMU calibrations. System includes: • PMU control unit • GPS receiver • PMU test and calibration software • Fluke 6135 Electrical Power Standard • Configured server PC 5320A Multifunction Electrical Tester Calibrator Verify and calibrate electrical test tools with a single instrument. • Calibrate megohm meters, earth resistance testers, ground bond testers, hipots, installation testers and many more types of electrical safety testers • Uses less bench space than custom solutions • Built-in graphical calibration help guide • LAN, GPIB, RS-232 interfaces for PC based automation www.flukecal.com 525B Temperature/Pressure Calibrator Superior accuracy and functionality in an economical benchtop package. • A calibrator to address process industry instrumentation • Simulates and measures all ANSI thermocouples, as well as L and U types, and provides cold junction 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 °C Oscilloscope Calibrators 525B 9500B 55XX 8508A 8845A/8846A 8808A 9500B Oscilloscope Calibrator The highest performance, fully automated, upgradeable oscilloscope calibration workstation. • Full automation provides totally hands-free calibration • Bandwidths of 600 MHz, 1000 MHz, 3200 MHz, and 6400 MHz • A fast edge of 25 ps to address bandwidths up to 14 GHz • Connect up to five channels simultaneously 55XX Series Oscilloscope Calibration Options Options for the 5502A and 5522A calibrators add capabilities to calibrate your digital and analog oscilloscopes with any of three different ranges of bandwidths. • Leveled sine wave generator with optional bandwidths of 300 MHz, 600 MHz and 1100 MHz for verifying oscilloscope bandwidth • DC and square wave voltage generators for calibrating voltage gain • Horizontal time base calibration functions • Edge source including a 300 ps fast edge with low aberrations for verifying dynamic response • Fast edge risetime pulse generator (< 1 ns) for checking pulse response www.flukecal.com Precision Multimeters 8508A Reference Multimeter 8845A/8846A Precision Multimeters Reference standard accuracy and stability, in one functionally versatile, easy-to-use solution. • 8.5 digit resolution, exceptional linearity and low noise and stability • Optional electronic front/ rear inputs with unique ratio measurement option • Broad range of measurement capabilities • 365 day stability as low as 2.7 ppm, 24-hour stability of 0.5 ppm, transfer uncertainty of 0.12 ppm Precision and versatility for bench or systems applications. • 6.5 digit resolution • Basic V dc accuracy of up to 0.0024 % • Dual display, showing two different measurements at once 8808A Digital Multimeter Versatile multimeter for manufacturing, development and service applications. • 5.5 digit resolution • Basic V dc accuracy of 0.015 % • Dual display, showing two different measurements at once Electrical Calibration 7 732B/734A A40B 792A A40/A40A 5790B 742A 752A 720A 910/910R 908/909 Electrical Standards 732B/734A DC Reference and Transfer Standards The simple way to maintain and disseminate your volt. • A primary standard for traceability of dc voltage to better than 1 ppm • Complete mechanical and electrical independence of each of its four standards (734A) • Battery powered for easy shipping 792A AC/DC Transfer Standard Support for your most demanding ac traceability requirements. • A primary standard that is accurate, fast and easy to use • Fully traceable performance with ac/dc difference to better than 10 ppm • Nine ranges from 22 mV to 1000 V (with external range resistor) 5790B AC Measurement Standard Easiest way to make precision ac measurements • AC voltage measurement uncertainties as low as ± 24 ppm • Works with A40B shunts for making precise absolute and relative current measurements without requiring manual current value calculations • 30 MHz and 50 MHz wideband range options • Statistics and peak-to-peak waveform functions • Intuitive graphical interface • Visual Connection Management™ terminals that light up to show the active terminals 8 Electrical Calibration 742A Resistance Standard 720A Kelvin-Varley Divider High accuracy working standard for on-site resistance calibration. • Small and rugged standard resistors with six-month stabilities to 2.5 ppm • Open air use so no oil or air baths required • 18 °C to 28 °C operating range • Standard values from 1 ohm to 100 Megohms A primary standard for ratio measurements. • 0.1 ppm resolution, seven decades • 0.1 ppm of input absolute linearity • Built-in self-calibration bridge A40B Series Precision Current Shunts Cesium controlled frequency standard that uses GPS technology and connectivity to provide primary standard traceability from any location. • Unique traceability feature means no more re-calibrations • Two high-stability models to meet your application and fit your budget • Built-in rubidium atomic clock (910R) • Up to 13 outputs, maximizing cost efficiency Precision, low inductance shunts for dc and ac current metrology. • Simplifies calibration/verification of precision calibrators and current sources • Shunts sized for current from 1 mA to 100 A • Usable from dc to 100 kHz • Ultra low phase shift to support power quality instrument metrology A40/A40A Current Shunts • AC current transfer measurements from 2.5 mA to 20 A • Frequency between 5 Hz to 100 kHz 752A Reference Divider Setting the standard for ratio accuracy and ease of use. • Key standard for calibrating 57xx Series Calibrators • 10:1 and 100:1 divider outputs • Output uncertainty 0.2 ppm and 0.5 ppm • Built-in calibration bridge 910/910R GPS Controlled Frequency Standard 908/909 Frequency References Stable frequency references for test systems and calibration labs. • Accurate reference “atomic clock” in automated test systems • Affordable and very cost effective • Designed for portability with optional carrying case www.flukecal.com 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, however, test uncertainty ratios lower than this usual target are more frequently encountered in RF than in other calibration disciplines. Conversion from logarithmic (dB) to linear units is recommended practice when combining uncertainty contributions and considering test uncertainty ratios. www.flukecal.com 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 RF Calibration 9 96270A 96040A RF References 10 96270A 27 GHz Low Phase Noise Reference Source 96040A Low Phase Noise Reference Source The simplest, most accurate and cost effective single instrument for calibrating spectrum analyzers, RF power sensors and more. • “Self-characterization” lets you avoid calculating correction factors for each component in the signal delivery system • “What you set is what you get” accurate signal delivery direct to the UUT input up to 27 GHz • Covers a broad range of RF calibration workload • Reduces the number of instruments and interconnections required for your RF calibration system • Integrated 300 MHz frequency counter and dual power meter readout eliminate need for additional instruments • Calibration-specific interface simplifies technician tasks • Simplifies uncertainty calculations • Lowers RF system maintenance costs • With automation, reduces spectrum analyzer calibration times by as much as 50 % over manual methods Simplify your RF calibration system by replacing many of the instruments and accessories that make up your current system. • Covers a broad range of RF calibration workload • Reduces the number of instruments and interconnections required for your RF calibration system • “What you set is what you get” accurate signal delivery direct to the UUT input • Integrated 50 MHz frequency counter eliminates need for an additional instrument • Calibration-specific interface simplifies technician tasks • Simplifies uncertainty calculations by delivering known signals direct to the unit under test (UUT) • Lowers RF system maintenance costs • With automation, reduces spectrum analyzer calibration times by as much as 50 % over manual methods RF Calibration www.flukecal.com www.flukecal.com 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 www.flukecal.com 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. Temperature Calibration 11 Product highlights 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace 1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner High performance furnace for thermocouple calibrations to 1200 °C The 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace is a horizontal, open-ended tube furnace with a temperature range of 300 °C to 1200 °C. It is used for comparison calibration of noble and base-metal thermocouples by secondary high-temperature labs and instrument shops in industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy, metals, and plastics. The 9118A is the most accurate, reliable, and flexible furnace in its class, meeting the demanding requirements of high-temperature thermocouple calibration. The most accurate, flexible temperature data acquisition system The 1586A is ideal for benchtop calibration of temperature sensors in secondary calibration labs, as well as temperature data acquisition applications in industries such as pharmaceutical, bio-technology, aerospace, food and energy where accurate temperature measurements are critical. • Flexible configuration for the benchtop or factory using the DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer or internal High-Capacity Module • Measure thermocouples, PRTs, thermistors, dc V, dc I, and resistance • Best-in-class temperature measurement accuracy: – PRTs: ± 0.005 °C (using DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer) – T hermocouples: ± 0.29 °C (using DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer and internal CJC for type K at 0 °C) – Thermistors: ± 0.002 °C • Connect up to 40 isolated inputs • Scan speed of up to 10 channels per second • Four modes of operation: Scan, Monitor, Measure, DMM • Real-time color trending—chart up to four channels simultaneously • Controls Fluke Calibration temperature sources such as dry-wells, furnaces or Micro-Baths for automated calibration routines • MX + B scaling and channel offset zero function • Built-in data security levels Seven key features set the 9118A apart from other high-temperature calibration furnaces: 1.Wide temperature range spanning most hightemperature applications 2.Removable isothermal block allows flexible configuration for calibrating many thermocouple types 3.Best-in-class temperature stability and uniformity for calibration accuracy 4.Automated setpoint control for improved lab productivity 5.Non-metallic block helps minimize thermocouple contamination 6.Deep immersion depth to support most thermocouple calibrations 7.Dynamic heater control and cutouts for reliability and safety 12 Temperature Calibration www.flukecal.com Selection guides Primary standards Standard platinum resistance thermometers (SPRTs) Model RTPW Description 5681 25.5 Ω –200 °C to 670 °C, quartz sheath 5683 25.5 Ω –200 °C to 480 °C, quartz sheath 5684 0.25 Ω 0 °C to 1070 °C, quartz sheath 5685 2.5 Ω 0 °C to 1070 °C, quartz sheath 5698 25.5 Ω –200 °C to 670 °C, working standard, quartz sheath 5699 25.5 Ω –200 °C to 670 °C, high temperature, metal sheath 5686 25.5 Ω –260 °C to 232 °C, glass capsule ITS-90 fixed-point cells Model Description Temperature Triple point of water cells 5901A-G TPW Cell, 12 mm ID with handle, glass shell Features/use Maintenance apparatus 0.01 °C 5901A-Q TPW Cell, 12 mm ID with handle, quartz shell 0.01 °C 5901C-G TPW Cell, 13.6 mm ID with handle, glass shell 0.01 °C 5901C-Q TPW Cell, 13.6 mm ID with handle, quartz shell 0.01 °C 5901D-G TPW Cell, 12 mm ID, glass shell 0.01 °C 5901D-Q TPW Cell, 12 mm ID, quartz shell 0.01 °C 5901B-G TPW Cell, mini, glass shell 0.01 °C Standard size fixed-point cells 5900E TP mercury, SST –38.8344 °C 5904 Freezing point of indium 156.5985 °C 5905 Freezing point of tin 231.928 °C 5906 Freezing point of zinc 419.527 °C 5907 Freezing point of aluminum 660.323 °C 5908 Freezing point of silver 961.78 °C 5909 Freezing point of copper 1084.62 °C 5924 Open freezing point of indium 156.5985 °C 5925 Open freezing point of tin 231.928 °C 5926 Open freezing point of zinc 419.527 °C 5927A Open freezing point of aluminum 660.323 °C 5928 Open freezing point of silver 961.78 °C 5929 Open freezing point of copper 1084.62 °C 5943 Melting point of gallium, SST 29.7646 °C 7012 Maintains: triple point of water and gallium cells. Comparisons: –10 °C to 110 °C. 7037 Maintains: triple point of water and gallium cells. Comparisons: –40 °C to 110 °C. 7312 Maintains: two TPW cells. Compact size, runs quietly. Comparisons: –5 °C to 110 °C. 7341 Maintains: triple point of mercury cell. Comparisons: –45 °C to 150 °C. 9210 Maintains: mini triple point of water. Comparisons: –10 °C to 125 °C. 9230 Maintains: stainless steel gallium cell. Comparisons: 15 °C to 35 °C. 9260 Maintains: indium, tin, zinc, and aluminum cells. Comparisons: 50 °C to 680 °C. 9114 Maintains: indium, tin, zinc, and aluminum cells. Comparisons: 100 °C to 680 °C. 9115A Maintains: aluminum and silver cells. Comparisons: 550 °C to 1000 °C. 9116A Maintains: aluminum, silver, gold, and copper cells. Comparisons: 400 °C to 1100 °C. 9117 Anneals SPRTs, HTPRTs, and thermocouples to 1100 °C. Protects them against contamination from metal ions. Boiling point of liquid nitrogen 7196 5901B Mini triple point of water 0.01 °C 5914A Mini freezing point of indium 156.5985 °C 5915A Mini freezing point of tin 231.928 °C 5916A Mini freezing point of zinc 419.527 °C 5917A Mini freezing point of aluminum 660.323 °C 5918A Mini freezing point of silver 961.78 °C 5919A Mini freezing point of copper 1084.62 °C 5944 Mini freezing point of indium, metal cased 156.5985 °C 5945 Mini freezing point of tin, metal cased 231.928 °C 5946 Mini freezing point of zinc, metal cased 419.527 °C 5947 Mini freezing point of aluminum, metal cased 660.323 °C Affordable substitute for a triple point of argon system. Provides for low-temperature comparison calibrations at approximately –196 °C with uncertainties of 2 mK. Triple point of argon system 5960A Mini triple point of water and fixed-point cells www.flukecal.com Model Lowest uncertainty for any commercially available triple point of argon system. Standard resistors 742A Excellent performance without oil or air baths. Values from 1 ohm to 19 megohm. 5430 Highest stability oil-filled resistors (< 2 ppm/year drift). AC cal uncertainty to 3 ppm. Temperature Calibration 13 Thermometer readouts Intrinsically safe thermometers 1551A Ex 100 Ω thin-film RTD –50 °C to 160 °C (–58 °F to 320 °F) 1552A Ex 100 Ω wire-wound PRT –80 °C to 300 °C (–112 °F to 572 °F) Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C (± 0.09 °F) over full range. Intrinsically safe (ATEX and IECEx compliant). Two models to choose from (-50 °C to 160 °C or -80 °C to 300 °C) Precision digital thermometer readouts Model Probe types Accuracy at 0 °C Features 1502A PRTs ± 0.006 °C Resolution of 0.001 °C and accuracy to match; uses ITS-90, IPTS-68, CVD, or DIN (IEC 751) conversions 1504 Thermistors ± 0.002 °C Reads thermistors from 0 to 500 KW; uses Steinhart-Hart and CVD 1523 PRTs, Thermistors, Thermocoouples ± 0.015 °C (PRTs) Battery-powered, handheld reference thermometer; INFO-CON connector reads coefficients without programming; saves 25 readings on demand; graphs trends 1524 PRTs, Thermistors, Thermocoouples ± 0.015 °C (PRTs) Handheld reference thermometer same as 1523 but with inputs for two thermometers; logs up to 15,000 readings and stores 25 more on demand PRTs, Thermistors, Thermocouples ± 0.006 °C (PRTs) Four channels can all be measured simultaneously; battery-powered; logs up to 8,000 readings; flexible display Tweener Handheld Chub-E4 1529 Super-Thermometers 1594A SPRTs, PRTs, Thermistors ± 0.00006 °C Ratio accuracy of 0.8 ppm; temperature-controlled internal reference resistors; six input channels 1595A SPRTs, PRTs, Thermistors ± 0.000015 °C Ratio accuracy of 0.2 ppm; Ratio Self-Calibration; automated zero-power measurements ± 0.005 °C (PRTs) 40 channels with scan rate of 10 channels per second Multi-channel 1586A PRTs, Thermistors, Thermocouples 1560 14 Accepts any combination of the modules below; all are easily added to and removed from the 1560 Black Stack base 2560 SPRTs, PRTs 2561 HTPRTs 2562 PRTs 2563 Thermistors 2564 Thermistors 2565 Thermocouples 2566 Thermocouples 2567 1000 Ω PRTs 2568 1000 Ω PRTs Thermo-hygrometer ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± 1620A Two channels measure ambient temperature to ± 0.125 °C and %RH to ±1.5 %. Onboard memory holds up to two years of time/date-stamped readings. Visual and audio alarms. Detachable sensors contain their own calibration data for easy recalibrations. Ethernet and wireless capabilities. The “DewK” ThermoHygrometer 0.005 °C 0.013 °C 0.01 °C 0.0013 °C 0.0025 °C 0.05 °C 0.1 °C 0.006 °C 0.01 °C Temperature Calibration 2 channels of 25W or 100W PRTs 2 channels to 1200 °C 8 channels of 2-, 3-, or 4-wire RTDs 2 channels of resolution to 0.0001 °C 8 channels for data acquisition Reads most TC types with 0.0001 mV resolution Reads any combination up to 12 channels of virtually any type of TC 2 channels of high-resistance PRTs 8 channels of high-resistance PRTs www.flukecal.com Thermometer probes Platinum resistance thermometers (PRTs) Model Range Size Basic Accuracy† Secondary standard PRT 5608-9-X –200 °C to 500 °C 229 mm x 3.18 mm (9 in x 0.125 in) 5608-12-X –200 °C to 500 °C 305 mm x 3.18 mm (12 in x 0.125 in) 5609-12-X –200 °C to 670 °C 305 mm x 6.35 mm (12 in x 0.25 in) 5609-15-X –200 °C to 670 °C 381 mm x 6.35 mm (15 in x 0.25 in) 5609-20-X –200 °C to 670 °C 508 mm x 6.35 mm (20 in x 0.25 in) 5609-300-X –200 °C to 670 °C 300 mm x 6 mm (11.81 in x 0.24 in) 5609-400-X –200 °C to 670 °C 400 mm x 6 mm (15.75 in x 0.24 in) 5609-500-X –200 °C to 670 °C 500 mm x 6 mm (19.69 in x 0.24 in) 5626 –200 °C to 661 °C 305 or 381 mm x 6.35 mm (12 or 15 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.007 °C at 0 °C 5628 –200 °C to 661 °C 305 or 381 mm x 6.35 mm (12 or 15 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.006 °C at 0 °C Select from available calibration options Secondary reference PRT 5616-12 –200 °C to 420 °C 298 mm x 6.35 mm (11.73 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.010 °C at 0.010 °C 5615-6 –200 °C to 300 °C 152 mm x 4.76 mm (6 in x 0.19 in) ± 0.013 °C at 0.010 °C 5615-9 –200 °C to 420 °C 229 mm x 4.76 mm (9 in x 0.19 in) ± 0.013 °C at 0.010 °C 5615-12 –200 °C to 420 °C 305 mm x 6.35 mm (12 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.013 °C at 0.010 °C Precision industrial PRT 5627A-6 –200 °C to 300 °C 152 mm x 4.7 mm (6 in x 0.19 in) ± 0.05 °C at 0 °C 5627A-9 –200 °C to 300 °C 229 mm x 4.7 mm (9 in x 0.19 in) ± 0.05 °C at 0 °C 5627A-12 –200 °C to 420 °C 305 mm x 6.35 mm (12 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.05 °C at 0 °C 5622-05 –200 °C to 350 °C 100 mm x 0.5 mm (3.94 in x 0.02 in) ± 0.04 °C at 0 °C 5622-10 –200 °C to 350 °C 100 mm x 1.0 mm (3.94 in x 0.04 in) ± 0.04 °C at 0 °C 5622-16 –200 °C to 350 °C 200 mm x 1.6 mm (7.87 in x 0.06 in) ± 0.04 °C at 0 °C 5622-32 –200 °C to 350 °C 200 mm x 3.2 mm (7.87 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.04 °C at 0 °C Fast response PRT Small diameter industrial PRTs 5618B-6 –200 °C to 300 °C 152 mm x 3.2 mm (6 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.05 °C 5618B-9 –200 °C to 500 °C 229 mm x 3.2 mm (9 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.05 °C 5618B-12 –200 °C to 500 °C 305 mm x 3.2 mm (12 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.05 °C 5606 Immersion PRT –200 °C to 160 °C 50 mm x 3.2 mm (1.97 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.05 °C 5623B Freezer Probe –100 °C to 156 °C 152 mm x 6.35 mm (6 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.05 °C 0 °C to 1000 °C 508 mm x 6.35 mm (20 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.055 °C 5640 0 °C to 60 °C 229 mm x 6.35 mm (9 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.0015 °C 5641 0 °C to 60 °C 114 mm x 3.2 mm (4.5 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.001 °C 5642 0 °C to 60 °C 229 mm x 3.2 mm (9 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.001 °C 5643 0 °C to 100 °C 114 mm x 3.2 mm (4.5 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.0025 °C 5644 0 °C to 100 °C 229 mm x 3.2 mm (9 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.0025 °C 5610 0 °C to 100 °C 152 or 229 mm x 3.2 mm (6 or 9 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.01 °C 5611A 0 °C to 100 °C 1.5 mm (0.06 in) tip dia. ± 0.01 °C 5611T 0 °C to 100 °C 28 mm x 3 mm (1.1 in x 0.12 in) ± 0.01 °C 5665 0 °C to 100 °C 76 mm x 3.2 mm (3 in x 0.125 in) ± 0.01 °C Full immersion PRTs High temperature PRT 5624 Thermistors Standards Secondary probes Thermocouples Type R and S standards 5649/5650-20 0 °C to 1450 °C 508 mm x 6.35 mm (20 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.7 °C at 1100 °C 5649/5650-20C 0 °C to 1450 °C 508 mm x 6.35 mm (20 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.7 °C at 1100 °C 5649/5650-25 0 °C to 1450 °C 635 mm x 6.35 mm (25 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.7 °C at 1100 °C 5649/5650-25C 0 °C to 1450 °C 635 mm x 6.35 mm (25 in x 0.25 in) ± 0.7 °C at 1100 °C †“Basic Accuracy” includes calibration uncertainty and short-term repeatability. It does not include long-term drift. www.flukecal.com Temperature Calibration 15 Calibration baths Compact calibration baths Model Range Stability Depth 6330 35 °C to 300 °C (95 °F to 572 °F) ± 0.005 °C at 100 °C ± 0.015 °C at 300 °C 234 mm (9.25 in) 7320 –20 °C to 150 °C (-4 °F to 302 °F) ± 0.005 °C at –20 °C ± 0.005 °C at 25 °C 234 mm (9.25 in) 7340 –40 °C to 150 °C (-40 °F to 302 °F) ± 0.005 °C at –40 °C ± 0.005 °C at 25 °C 234 mm (9.25 in) 7380 –80 °C to 100 °C (-112 °F to 212 °F) ± 0.006 °C at –80 °C ± 0.010 °C at 0 °C 178 mm (7 in) 6331 35 °C to 300 °C (95 °F to 572 °F) ± 0.015 °C at 300 °C ± 0.005 °C at –20 °C 457 mm (18 in) 7321 –20 °C to 150 °C (-4 °F to 302 °F) ± 0.005 °C at 25 °C ± 0.005 °C at –40 °C 457 mm (18 in) 7341 –45 °C to 150 °C (-49 °F to 302 °F) ± 0.005 °C at –40 °C ± 0.005 °C at 25 °C 457 mm (18 in) 7381 –80 °C to 110 °C (-112 °F to 230 °F) ± 0.006 °C at –80 °C ± 0.005 °C at 0 °C 457 mm (18 in) Standard size calibration baths 7080 –80 °C to 110 °C (-112 °F to 230 °F) ± 0.0025 °C at –80 °C ± 0.0015 °C at 25 °C 305 mm (12 in) 7008 –5 °C to 110 °C (23 °F to 230 °F) ± 0.0007 °C at 25 °C ± 0.0008 °C at 0 °C 331 mm (13 in) 7011 –10 °C to 110 °C (14 °F to 230 °F) ± 0.0008 °C at 25 °C ± 0.0008 °C at 0 °C 305 mm (12 in) 7040 –40 °C to 110 °C (-40 °F to 230 °F) ± 0.0015 °C at 25 °C ± 0.001 °C at 40 °C 305 mm (12 in) 6020 40 °C to 300 °C (104 °F to 572 °F) ± 0.005 °C at 300 °C ± 0.001 °C at 40 °C 305 mm (12 in) 6022 40 °C to 300 °C (104 °F to 572 °F) ± 0.005 °C at 300 °C ± 0.001 °C at 40 °C 464 mm (18.25 in) 6024 40 °C to 300 °C (104 °F to 572 °F) ± 0.005 °C at 300 °C ± 0.002 °C at 200 °C 337 mm (13.25 in) 6050H 180 °C to 550 °C (356 °F to 1022 °F) ± 0.007 °C at 500 °C ± 0.006 °C at –80 °C 305 mm (12 in) Other 16 Item Description Bath accessories Stands, rods, and clamps to suspend and support your probes and thermometers. Bath fluids Silicone oils, salt, and cold fluids in convenient, small quantities. Rosemount bath controllers Model 7900 controller designed by Hart integrates the features of Hart’s 2100 controller and can be used in place of the Rosemount 915 controller with Rosemount-designed baths. Fluke Calibration bath controllers Model 2100 and 2200 controllers can be integrated with homemade baths or other heat sources to achieve performance levels approaching Fluke Calibration baths. Temperature Calibration www.flukecal.com Industrial temperature calibrators Field metrology wells Model Range Accuracy 9190A -95 °C to 140 °C (-139 °F to 284 °F) ± 0.2 °C 9142 –25 °C to 150 °C (-13 °F to 302 °F) ± 0.2 °C 9143 33 °C to 350 °C (91 °F to 662 °F) ± 0.2 °C 9144 50 °C to 660 °C (122 °F to 1220 °F) ± 0.35 °C at 50 °C ± 0.35 °C at 420 °C ± 0.5 °C at 660 °C 6102 35 °C to 200 °C (95 °F to 392 °F) ± 0.25 °C 7102 –5 °C to 125 °C (23 °F to 257 °F) ± 0.25 °C 7103 –30 °C to 125 °C (–22 °F to 257 °F) ± 0.25 °C 9100S 35 °C to 375 °C (95 °F to 707 °F) ± 0.25 °C at 100 °C ± 0.5 °C at 375 °C 9102S –10 °C to 122 °C (14 °F to 252 °F) ± 0.25 °C 9009 –15 °C to 350 °C (5 °F to 662 °F) Cold block: ± 0.2 °C Hot block: ± 0.6 °C 9103 –25 °C to 140 °C (–13 °F to 284 °F) ± 0.25 °C 9140 35 °C to 350 °C (95 °F to 662 °F) ± 0.5 °C 4180 –15 °C to 120 °C (5 °F to 248 °F) ± ± ± ± ± 0.40 0.40 0.50 0.50 0.55 °C °C °C °C °C at at at at at –15 °C 0 °C 50 °C 100 °C 120 °C 4181 35 °C to 500 °C (95 °F to 932 °F) ± ± ± ± ± 0.35 0.50 0.70 1.20 1.60 °C °C °C °C °C at at at at at 35 °C 100 °C 200 °C 350 °C 500 °C 9132 50 °C to 500 °C (122 °F to 932 °F) ± 0.5 °C at 100 °C ± 0.8 °C at 500 °C 9133 –30 °C to 150 °C (–22 °F to 302 °F) ± 0.4 °C 9170 –45 °C to 140 °C (–49 °F to 284 °F) ± 0.1 °C 9171 –30 °C to 155 °C (–22 °F to 311 °F) ± 0.1 °C 9172 35 °C to 425 °C (95 °F to 797 °F) ± 0.1 °C at 100 °C ± 0.15 °C at 225 °C ± 0.2 °C at 425 °C 9173 50 °C to 700 °C (122 °F to 1292 °F) ± 0.2 °C at 425 °C ± 0.25 °C at 660 °C 0 °C (32 °F) ± 0.05 °C 50 °C to 670 °C (122 °F to 1238 °F) ± 0.2 °C at 50 °C ± 0.4 °C at 400 °C ± 0.65 °C at 600 °C –30 °C to 140 °C (–22 °F to 284 °F ) ± 0.25 °C (insert wells) ± 0.65 °C (fixed wells) Micro-Baths Handheld dry-wells Field dry-wells Infrared calibrators Metrology Wells Zero point dry-well 9101 Dual block dry-well 9011 Thermocouple furnaces 9150 150 °C to 1200 °C (302 °F to 2192 °F) ± 5 °C 9118A 300 °C to 1200 °C (572 °F to 2192 °F) ± 5 °C www.flukecal.com Temperature Calibration 17 5681, 5683, 5684, and 5685 5698-25 ITS-90 5686-B 5699 Standard platinum resistance thermometers (SPRTs) 5681, 5683, 5684, and 5685 Quartz-Sheath SPRTs The performance you expect from world-class SPRTs. • Drift rates as low as 0.0005 K • Proprietary gas mixtures ensures high stability • Most experienced SPRT design team in the business 5698-25 Working Standard SPRT High performance-to-price ratio. • Conforms to ITS-90 SPRT Guidelines • Drift rate typically 0.003 °C • Calibration options by fixed point 5686-B Glass Capsule SPRT Designed for metrology work requiring small SPRTs. • Temperatures from -260 °C (13 K) to 232 °C • Stability typically 0.001 °C over 100 °C range • Miniature capsule package eliminates stem conduction 5699 High-Temperature Metal-Sheath SPRT 5901 ITS-90 fixedpoint cells Mini Fixed-Point Cells 5901 Triple Point of Water Cells Must-have, primary temperature standards. • Easy-to-use, inexpensive standard with uncertainty better than ± 0.0001 °C • Four sizes and two shells (glass and quartz) to choose from • Isotopic composition of Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water ITS-90 Fixed-Point Cells Best cell uncertainties commercially available. • Every ITS-90 fixed point available from mercury to copper • Plateaus last days (gallium for weeks and TPW for months) • Manufactured and tested by Fluke Calibration’s primary standards scientists Mini Fixed-Point Cells Least expensive, easiest-to-use fixed-point standards. • Lower uncertainties than comparison calibrations • All ITS-90 fixed points from TPW to copper • Reduced equipment and annual recalibration costs Affordable working standard SPRT. • Range to aluminum point (660 °C) •Inconel™ sheaths guard against contamination of sensor • Drift rates less than 8 mK/year 18 Temperature Calibration www.flukecal.com 9114, 9115A, 9116A 9117 7196B Cell maintenance apparatus 9210 9114, 9115A, 9116A FreezePoint Furnaces 7012/7312 Triple Point of Water Maintenance Baths Designed for maximum-length plateaus. • Designed to extend plateaus • High-stability OEM controllers, RS-232 included • External cooling coils Keep your cells up and running reliably for weeks at a time. • Maintains TPW cells for up to six weeks • Optional immersion freezer for simple cell freezing • Up to 496 mm (19.5 in) of immersion depth 9210 Mini Triple Point of Water Maintenance Apparatus 9230 Simple supercool-and-shake realization and maintenance of the 5901B Mini TPW Cell. • Easy preprogrammed realization • Inexpensive fixed-point solution • Training complete in less than an hour 9230 Gallium Cell Maintenance Apparatus Realize and maintain the melting point of the 5943 Gallium Cell. • One week plateau duration • No hassle automatic realizations • Used daily in our Primary Lab 9260 9117 Annealing Furnace Keeps SPRTs and PRTs performing at their highest levels. • Relieves mechanical strain • Guards against contamination • Anneals both SPRTs and HTSPRTs 7196B LN2 Comparison Calibrator Lowest-cost calibration to -196 °C. • Simple to use • Uncertainty less than 2 mK 9260 Mini Fixed-Point Cell Furnace Inexpensive, easy-to-use fixedpoint maintenance apparatus. • Realize and maintain In, Sn, Zn and Al fixed-point cells • Good introduction to fixedpoint calibration • User friendly and inexpensive 7312 www.flukecal.com Temperature Calibration 19 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer 1586A 1620A Thermometer readouts 1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner and DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer 1594A/1595A Best-in-class temperature measurement accuracy and up to 40 isolated input channels for measuring RTDs, thermocouples, thermistors, dc voltage, dc current, and resistance. • PRTs: ± 0.005 °C; Thermocouples: ± 0.29 °C; Thermistors: ± 0.002 °C • Scan speed of up to 10 channels per second • Real-time color trending— chart up to four channels simultaneously • Control Fluke Calibration temperature sources such as dry-wells or Micro-Baths for automated calibration routines 5430 1560 1594A/1595A SuperThermometers Thermometry bridge accuracy combined with time-saving features. • 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 1529 1502A/1504 5430 Standard AC/DC Resistor 1523/1524 1551A Ex and 1552A Ex 20 1529 Chub-E4 Standards Thermometer Lab-quality accuracy on four channels for PRTs, thermistors and thermocouples. • Four channels for PRTs, thermistors, and thermocouples • Displays eight user-selected data fields from any channel • Logs up to 8,000 readings with date and time stamps 1502A/1504 Thermometer Readouts Best performance thermometers in their price range. • Single-channel reference thermometers • Two models to choose from— reading PRTs or thermistors • Best price/performance package 1523/1524 Reference Thermometers Measure, graph and record three sensor types with one tool. • High accuracy: PRTs: ± 0.011 °C; Thermocouples: ± 0.24 °C; Thermistors: ± 0.002 °C • A simple user interface to see trends quickly • Smart connectors to load probe information automatically 1551A Ex and 1552A Ex “Stik” Thermometer Best performance available in an ac/dc resistor. • Long-term stability better than 2 ppm/year (< 1 ppm typical) • Traceable ac and dc calibrations available • National lab design proven for more than 25 years The best substitute for precision mercury-filled glass thermometers. • Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C (± 0.09 °F) over full range • Intrinsically safe (ATEX and IECEx compliant) • Two models to choose from (-50 °C to 160 °C or -80 °C to 300 °C) 1560 Black Stack Thermometer Readout 1620A Digital ThermometerHygrometer Accurate, expandable and configurable readout. • Reads SPRTs, RTDs, thermistors, and thermocouples • Any configuration you like up to eight modules • High-accuracy reference thermometer (to ± 0.0013 °C) Temperature Calibration The most accurate temperature and humidity graphical data logger on the market. • Superior accuracy • Network enabled • Powerful logging and analysis tools www.flukecal.com 5616 5608/5609 5626/5628 Secondary standard PRTs 5608/5609 Secondary PRTs Very stable thermometer from –200 °C to 670 °C. • 5608: –200 °C to 500 °C (80 mm minimum immersion) • 5609: –200 °C to 670 °C (100 mm minimum immersion) • Calibration not included, NVLAP-accredited calibration optional, lab code 200348-0 5615 Secondary PRT Reference-grade platinum sensing element. • –200 °C to 420 °C • ± 0.012 °C accuracy at 0 °C • Drift of ± 0.007 °C after 100 hours at max temperature 5626/5628 Secondary SPRT, PRT, Temperature Sensors High-temperature secondary standards. • -200 °C to 661 °C • Meets all ITS-90 requirements for resistance ratios • Rtp drift < 20 mK after 500 hours at 661°C Secondary reference PRTs 5616 Secondary Reference PRT • –200 °C to 420 °C • Excellent stability: ± 0.007 °C • Calibrated accuracy ± 0.011 °C at 0 °C 5615 Thermistor standards Fast response PRTs 5640 Series Thermistor Standards Probes 5622 Fast Response PRTs High accuracy temperature probes with excellent stability. • Accuracy to ± 0.001 °C • Affordable system accuracy to ± 0.004 °C or better • NIST-traceable calibration included from manufacturer High temperature PRT 5624 Platinum Resistance Thermometer Precision PRT accuracy at thermocouple temperatures. • Temperature range of 0 °C to 1000 °C • Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C to 962 °C (includes short-term stability and calibration uncertainty) • Long-term drift of 0.01 °C at 0 °C after 100 hours at 1000 °C Thermocouple standards 5649/5650 Type R and Type S Thermocouple Standards Eight models to fit any type R or S thermocouple applications. • 0 °C to 1450 °C • Two sizes available, each with or without reference junction • Optional fixed-point calibration, uncalibrated accuracy is the greater of ± 0.6 °C or ± 0.1 % of reading Precision industrial PRTs 5627A Precision Industrial PRTs Durable PRTs with temperature range to 420 °C and accuracy to 0.025 °C. • Vibration and shock resistant • NVLAP-accredited calibration included, lab code 200706-0 www.flukecal.com 5640 Designed for temperature measurements requiring fast response or short immersion over a wide range. • Time constants as fast as 0.4 seconds • Available as DIN/IEC Class A PRTs or with NVLAP-accredited calibration, lab code 200348-0 • Small probe diameters ranging from 0.5 mm to 3.2 mm Small diameter industrial PRTs 5618B Small Diameter Industrial RTD Secondary level performance with full ITS-90 calibration. • Small diameter sheath, 3.2 mm (0.125 in) • Excellent stability • Includes ITS-90 coefficients 5624 5649/5650 5627A 5622 Full immersion PRTs 5606 Full Immersion PRT PRTs for laboratory freezers, autoclaves, and furnaces. • Transition junction designed to withstand full temperature range of probe • 5606: -200 °C to 160 °C • Calibration accuracy of ± 0.05 °C 5618B Secondary thermistor probes 5610/5611/5611T/5665 Secondary Reference Thermistor Probes Lab-grade thermistors probes for accurate work across a narrow temperature range. • Short-term accuracy to ± 0.01 °C; one-year drift < ± 0.01 °C • Accredited NVLAP calibration optional • Flexible Teflon and silicone coated fast-response models 5606 5610/5611/ 5611T/5665 Temperature Calibration 21 7008/7040/7037/7012/7011 6330/7320/7340/7380 6331/7321/7341/7381 Compact calibration baths Standard calibration baths 6330/7320/7340/7380 Compact Temperature Calibration Baths 6020/6022/6024 High Temperature Calibration Oil Baths Compact baths with the stability and uniformity required for thermometer calibration. • Stability and uniformity each better than ± 0.008 °C • Metrology-level performance in lab-friendly sizes • Convenient use on benchtops or on matching carts Stable, uniform heat sources for calibrations up to 300 °C. • Stability as good as 0.001°C • Large-capacity tanks for higher productivity • Built-in cooling coils for external cooling sources 6331/7321/7341/7381 Deep-Well Compact Baths Ample immersion depth and great stability, in a high value compact bath. • 457 mm (18 in) of depth with just 15.9 liters (4.2 gal) of fluid • Perfect for liquid-in-glass thermometers with optional LIG kit • Fast, quiet, compact (yet deep), and economical 7312 Triple Point of Water Maintenance Bath 7312 7080 Keep your cells up and running reliably for weeks at a time. • Maintains TPW cells for up to six weeks • Optional immersion freezer for simple cell freezing • Independent cutout circuit protects cells from breaking 6020/6022/6024 6050H Extremely High Temperature Calibration Salt Bath Designed for high-temperature calibration—up to 550 °C. • Eliminates messy sand baths • Electronically adjustable temperature cutouts • Stability of ± 0.008 °C at 550 °C 7008/7040/ 7037/ 7012/7011 Cold Temperature Calibration Baths High stability means low calibration uncertainties—no other bath performs this well. • Stability to ± 0.0007 °C • Best digital temperature controller available • “Super Tweak” function provides set-point resolution to 0.00003 °C 7080 Really Cold Temperature Calibration Baths Cool 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 °C 6050H 22 Temperature Calibration www.flukecal.com 2100 and 2200 6054/6055/7007 7900 Bath controllers 2100 and 2200 Benchtop Temperature Controllers 7009/7108/7015 Special application baths Most stable temperature controllers available. • Resolution as high as 0.00018 °C • RS-232 interface included for automating applications 7900 Controller for Rosemount-Designed Baths All the features of the Fluke Calibration 2100 Controller. 6054/6055/7007 • Installs easily Deep-Well Baths • Two independent overtemperature cutout circuits Extra-deep wells for thermometry work requiring extra tank depth and ultimate stability. • Constant liquid levels through concentric-tube design • Special design for sighting LIG thermometers • Depth up to 60 cm (24 in) 9170/9171/9172/9173 Metrology Wells 9170/9171/9172/9173 Metrology Well Calibrators Accurate enough for lab use yet rugged and portable. • Best-performing industrial heat sources (accuracy, stability, uniformity) in the world • –45 °C to 700 °C • Immersion depth to 203 mm (8 in) • Optional ITS-90 reference input reads PRTs to ± 0.006 °C 7009/7108/7015 Resistor Baths Three size options for any quantity of resistors. • Stability to ± 0.0007 °C • Independent high- and lowtemperature cutout circuit www.flukecal.com Temperature Calibration 23 9190A 9142/9143/9144 9100S/9102S Field Metrology Wells Field dry-well calibrators 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 9103/9140 Field Dry-Well Calibrators Ultra-cool dry-block calibrator with best-in-class stability. • Wide temperature range from –95 °C to 140 °C • Best-in-class stability: ± 0.015 °C full range • Accuracy using built-in reference thermometer readout: ± 0.05 °C full range • Display accuracy: ± 0.2 °C full range Great performance in portable instruments. • Lightweight and very portable • Accuracy to ± 0.25 °C • RS-232 and Interface-it software included 9142/9143/9144 Field Metrology Wells 9011 Small dry wells for big field applications. • 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 Dual-block dry-well 9103/9140 9011 High-Accuracy Dual-Well Calibrator Widest temperature range available in a single dry-well. • Combined range from –30 °C to 670 °C, one unit—two blocks • Two independent temperature controllers (hot and cold side) • Stability to ± 0.02 °C 6102/7102/7103 24 9009 Temperature Calibration Micro-Baths 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrators Portable and extremely stable. • Small portable calibration baths • Calibrates sensors of any size or shape • Stability to ± 0.015 °C Handheld calibrators 9100S/9102S Handheld Dry-Wells Small, light, and portable dry-wells. • Ranges from –10 °C to 375 °C • Accuracy to ± 0.25 °C, stability of ± 0.05 °C at 0 °C 9009 Industrial Dual-Block Thermometer Calibrator Double your productivity or cut your calibration time in half. • Temperatures from –15 °C to 350 °C in one unit • Two wells in each block for simultaneous comparison calibrations • Rugged, lightweight, waterresistant enclosure www.flukecal.com 4180/81 9132 and 9133 Infrared calibrators Surface probe calibrator 4180/81 Precision Infrared Calibrators 3125 Surface Probe Calibrator Accredited performance for pointand-shoot calibrations. • Calibrated radiometrically for meaningful, consistent results • Accredited calibration included • Accurate, reliable performance from –15 °C to 500 °C Milled aluminum for a smooth and true calibration work area with maximum thermal conductivity. • Calibrates surface sensors up to 400 °C • Uses Fluke Calibration 2200 Controller for excellent accuracy and stability • NIST-traceable calibration included 9132 and 9133 Portable Infrared Calibrators Precision when you need it for infrared temperature calibration. • Certify IR pyrometers from –30 °C to 500 °C (–22 °F to 932 °F) • Large 57 mm (2.25 in) blackbody target • RTD reference well for contact temperature measurement Zero-point dry-well 9101 Series Metrology Well Calibrators Ice-point reference without the ice. • ± 0.005 °C stability in a portable ice-point reference • Easy re-calibration for longterm reliability • Ready light frees user’s time and attention www.flukecal.com Thermocouple furnaces 9150 9101 9150 Thermocouple Furnace Convenient, portable thermocouple furnace. • 150 °C to 1200 °C • Stability of ± 0.5 °C over full range • NIST-traceable calibration included • RS-232 port standard 3125 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace High performance furnace for thermocouple calibrations to 1200 °C. The Fluke Calibration 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace is a horizontal, openended tube furnace with a temperature range of 300 °C to 1200 °C. • Wide temperature range • Calibrates many thermocouple types • Best-in-class temperature stability and uniformity • Automated setpoint control 9118A Temperature Calibration 25 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. 26 Pressure Calibration 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 MPa to 21 MPa (1000 psi 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. www.flukecal.com Product highlights 6270A Modular Pressure Controller/Calibrator 2700G Series Reference Pressure Gauges 3130 Portable Pressure Calibrator Calibrate a wide range of pressure gauges and sensors with a single instrument • Modular configuration makes this a versatile and expandable solution • Easy to operate and maintain • Wide measurement range— vacuum to 3000 psi (20 MPa) • Two levels of accuracy—0.02% FS or 0.01% reading—let you balance performance and budget • High speed, stable pressure control • Localized graphical user interface in choice of ten languages • Can be fully automated with COMPASS® for Pressure software • Optional contamination prevention system keeps valves clean and free from debris Best-in-class measurement performance in a rugged, easyto-use, economical package. Improved measurement accuracy allows the 2700G to be used for a wide variety of applications. It is ideal for calibrating pressure measurement devices such as pressure gauges, transmitters, transducers, and switches. In addition, it can be used as a check standard or to provide process measurements with data logging. • Precision pressure measurement from 100 kPa (15 psi) to 70 MPa (10,000 psi) • Accuracy to 0.02 % of full scale • Easy-to-use, rugged construction for reliable performance • Combine with the 700PTPK or 700HTPK pump kits for a complete portable pressure testing solution for up to 4 MPa (600 psi) with the PTP-1 pneumatic pump and up to 70 MPa (10,000 psi) with the HTP-2 hydraulic pump • Combine with the P5510, P5513, P5514, or P5515 Pressure Comparators for a complete bench top pressure calibration solution • Test port is 1/4 NPT Male. 1/4 BSP and M20 X 1.5 adapters are included standard • USB communications cable and universal power supply included standard The 3130 packs everything you need for accurate calibration of pneumatic field instrumentation into a rugged case suitable for harsh industrial environments. • Measure and generate pressures from vacuum to 2 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Internal pump can generate vacuum to -80 kPa (-12 psi, -0.8 bar) or pressure to 2 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Supply pressure connection allowing the use of external gas supply up to 2 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Includes variable volume for fine adjustment of pressures • Pressure measurement accuracy of 0.025 % reading ± 0.01 % FS • Electrical measurement and 24 volt supply for close looped calibrations • Measure or generate 4 mA to 20 mA • Measure 0 to 30 V dc • Powered by internal, rechargeable, high capacity NiMH battery or universal ac mains adapter • Compatible with Fluke 700P Pressure Modules www.flukecal.com Pressure Calibration 27 Selection guide Gas Pressure Calibrators This selection guide presents only some of the Fluke Calibration gas pressure calibration line. Other higher accuracy solutions are available for all pressure ranges. Manual *Requires vacuum pump Deadweight testers =Optional P3032 P3031 P3025 P3023 P3022 P3015 P3014 P3013 P3012 P3011 0.0015 % FS 0.015 % reading uncertainty Workload Gauges/sensors Gage Bidirectional* Pressure range Vacuum 90 % vacuum Positive gage pressure 5 inH₂O (1.5 kPa) 12 inH₂O (3 kPa) 1.5 psi (10.3 kPa) 2 psi (13.8 kPa) 2.2 psi (15 kPa) 3 psi (20.7 kPa) 5 psi (34.4 kPa) 10 psi (68.9 kPa) 15 psi (103.4 kPa) 20 psi (137.9 kPa) 30 psi (200 kPa) 40 psi (275.8 kPa) 100 psi (.7 MPa) 150 psi (1 MPa) 200 psi (1.4 MPa) 300 psi (2 MPa) 500 psi (3.4 MPa) 600 psi (4 MPa) 1000 psi (7 MPa) 2000 psi (14 MPa) Accessories Hand pump Fine Inc. Weights 28 Pressure Calibration www.flukecal.com Selection guide Hydraulic Pressure Calibrators This selection guide presents only some of the Fluke Calibration hydraulic pressure calibration line. Other higher accuracy solutions are available for all pressure ranges. Manual Semi Automated Deadweight Testers EDWT Electronic Deadweight Tester 200M 140M 70M 200M 140M 6532 70M 40M 20M 14M 7M P3224 P3223 P3214 P3213 P3211 P3860 P3840 P3830 P3125 P3124 P3123 P3116 P3115 P3114 P3113 P3112 P3111 6531 Fluid type Oil Water Workload Gauges/sensors* Gage Pressure range 10 psi (68.9 kPa) 15 psi (103.4 kPa) 20 psi (137.9 kPa) 30 psi (200 kPa) 40 psi (275.8 kPa) 100 psi (.7 MPa) 150 psi (1 MPa) 200 psi (1.4 MPa) 300 psi (2 MPa) 500 psi (3.4 MPa) 600 psi (4 MPa) 1000 psi (7 MPa) 2000 psi (14 MPa) 3000 psi (20 MPa) 5000 psi (35 MPa) 6000 psi (40 MPa) 10000 psi (70 MPa) 16000 psi (110 Mpa) 20000 psi (140 MPa) 30000 psi (200 MPa) 40000 psi (275.8 MPa) 60000 psi (400 MPa) 0.015 % reading uncertainty 0.002 % full scale uncertainty 0.0015 % full scale uncertainty 0.0075 psi (0.05 kPa) uncertainty 0.0002 % span uncertainty www.flukecal.com Pressure Calibration 29 7250LP 6270A 7250/7250i Gas pressure controllers/calibrators 6270A Modular Pressure Controller/Calibrator Calibrate a wide range of pressure gauges and sensors with a single instrument • Modular configuration makes this a versatile and expandable solution • Wide measurement range—vacuum to 3000 psi (20 MPa) • Two levels of accuracy—0.02% FS or 0.01% reading—let you balance performance and budget • Can be fully automated with COMPASS® for Pressure software • Optional contamination prevention system keeps valves clean and free from debris 7250xi 7252/7252i 7250LP Low Pressure Controller/ Calibrator Specialized measurement and control for very low draft pressure range. • Precision: 0.005 % of reading • Control stability: 0.004 % of each range • Resolution to 0.0001 in H 2O • Full scale ranges from 0 to 10 in H 2O (2.5 kPa) to 0 to 100 in H 2O (25 kPa) 7250/7250i Gas Pressure Controllers/Calibrators PPC4 PPC4E *6241 and 6242 PPC4E gas pressure controller kits feature PPC4E models and accessories to form a complete system that covers a very wide workload. 30 Combining advanced precision, stability, speed and affordability. • Pressure ranges from 0 to 40 kPa and to 21 MPa (0 to 5 psi and to 3000 psi, 0 to 400 mbar and to 210 bar) • Model 7250i provides precision of 0.005 % of reading • Model 7250 provides 0.003 % of full scale precision • Stability: 0.0075 % of reading per year • Time to setpoint: 15 seconds with no overshoot 7250xi High Performance Gas Pressure Controllers/Calibrators Unmatched precision and speed. • Pressure ranges from 0 to 40 kPa and to 17 MPa (0 to 5 psi and to 2500 psi, 0 to 400 mbar and to 170 bar) • 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 Pressure Calibration 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) PPC4 Gas Pressure Controller/ Calibrator Wide rangeability and flexibility in a single controller. Ranges and accuracy classes can be selected to best suit the application. • Up to two internal Quartz Reference Pressure Transducers (Q-RPTs) from absolute (vacuum) to 14 MPa (2000 psi) • Full-scale standard class Q-RPTs provide 0.015 % full scale of selected range measurement uncertainty • Standard class Q-RPTs provide 0.01 % reading measurement uncertainty • Premium class Q-RPTs provide 0.008 % reading measurement uncertainty • 4 ppm control precision as low as 1 kPa (0.15 psia) with large turndown • Can use RPM4 reference pressure monitors as integrated remote pressure references for additional Q-RPT ranges PPC4E Pressure Controller/ Calibrator* Very wide rangeability and reliability at a great value, for everyday pressure calibration. • Models available with 10:1 or 100:1 accurate measure and control range turndown for maximum workload coverage • Absolute, gauge and bidirectional gauge modes included in most models • Gauge calibration measurement uncertainty ± 0.02 % of selected range, with range options available from ± 1 kPa (± 0.15 psi) to 14 MPa (2000 psi) • Absolute range of 1 kPa (0.15 psi) to 14 MPa (2000 psi) www.flukecal.com PPCH-G 7350 High pressure controllers/ calibrators Reference pressure indicators 7350 High Pressure Gas Controller/Calibrator RPM4 Reference Pressure Monitor Safe, easy-to-use, and effective high pressure test and calibration. • Ranges to 70 MPa (10 k psi, 700 bar) • Measurement precision to 0.01 % of range • Control stability 0.007 % FS Premium measurement performance in a compact and rugged instrument. • One or two independent quartz reference pressure transducer modules (Q-RPTs) with individual self-defense systems (SDS™) to prevent over-pressure • Infinite Ranging and AutoRange™ • Differential measurement mode (channel 1- channel 2) • Dedicated version available for air data ranges units and features, RPM4-AD • Can be used as integrated external reference pressure transducer for PPC pressure controller/calibrators PPCH-G High Pressure Gas Controller/Calibrator Wide rangeability and flexibility with precise high pressure gas control. • Ranges to 100 MPa (15 k psi) • One or two internal Q-RPTs with large range turndown • Can use RPM4 reference pressure monitors as integrated remote pressure references for additional Q-RPT ranges 7615 Hydraulic Pressure Controller/Calibrator Unique, high speed approach to high pressure calibration and testing. • Ranges to 280 MPa (40 k psi) • Measurement precision to 0.01 % of range • Available in a variety of fluids, including water • High speed pressure control PPCH Hydraulic Pressure Controller/Calibrator Wide rangeability and flexibility with precise high pressure hydraulic control. • Ranges to 200 MPa (30 k 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 ranges www.flukecal.com 7615 PPCH 7050 Series Digital Pressure Indicators Unmatched precision with long term stability. • Pressure ranges from 0 to 10 in H 2O and 0 to 1,500 psi (0 to 25 mbar and 0 to 100 bar) • Model 7050i provides precision of 0.005 % of reading • Model 7050 provides 0.003 % of full scale precision • Active matrix color screen with enhanced navigation menus • Model 7050LP provides precision of 0.005 % reading for very low draft pressure ranges RPM4 7050 Pressure Calibration 31 PG7601 PG7202 PG7000-AMH PG7302 2465A PG7102 Piston gauges PG7601 Absolute Gas Piston Gauge Gas piston gauge with vacuum reference for defining absolute pressures. • Gas pressure from 5 kPa to 7 MPa (0.7 psi to 1000 psi) gauge or absolute pressure • Onboard measurement of test conditions, and real-time calculation and display of test pressure • Compatible with PPC4 pressure controller and AMH-38 Automated Mass Handler PG7102 Gas Piston Gauge Gas piston gauge with 55 kg mass set for extended range measurement of gauge pressures. • Gas pressures from 100 kPa to 11 MPa (15 to 1,600 psig) • Onboard measurement of test conditions, and real-time calculation and display of test pressure • Compatible with PPC4 pressure controller and AMH-100 Automated Mass Handler 2470 PG7202 High Pressure Gas Piston Gauge 2465A Absolute Gas Piston Gauge Gas piston gauge with oil-lubricated piston-cylinder for operation in high pressure gas or oil. • Gas pressures from 100 kPa to 110 MPa (15 to 16,000 psig), oil pressures from 100 kPa to 200 MPa (15 to 30,000 psig) • Gas operated, liquid lubricated for robust operation and low piston sink rates • Onboard measurement of test conditions, and real-time calculation and display of test pressure • Compatible with PPCH-G pressure controller and AMH-100 Automated Mass Handler Gas piston gauge capable of very low pressures, for defining gauge and absolute pressures. • Gas pressure from 1.5 kPa to 7 MPa (0.2 psi to 1000 psi) gauge or absolute pressure • Lightweight, compact system with small masses for reduced bench space, transportability and ergonomic mass handling • Compatible with WinPrompt and COMPASS software 2470 Gas Piston Gauge Gas piston gauge capable of very low to high gauge pressures. • Pressures ranges from 1.5 kPa to 20 MPa (0.2 psi PG7302 Piston Gauge to 3000 psig) Oil piston gauge for measurement • Lightweight, compact system of high gauge pressures. with small masses for reduced • Oil pressures from 100 kPa to bench space, transportability 500 MPa (15 psi to 75,000 psig) and ergonomic mass handling • Onboard measurement of test • Compatible with WinPrompt conditions, and real-time and COMPASS software calculation and display of test pressure • Compatible with PPCH pressure controller and AMH-100 Automated Mass Handler PG7000-AMH Automated Mass Handler Automated Mass Handler for PG7000 Piston Gauges. • Add to PG7000 Series piston gauge to fully automate pressure testing in gauge or absolute mode • Designed and tested to provide years of reliable, maintenance free operation • Reduce wear and possible mass value changes caused by manual mass handling 32 Pressure Calibration www.flukecal.com PG9607/ PG9602 GPC1 Manual pressure generation and control 3990 Gas Pressure Control Pack MPG2 2482 Precise, manual absolute and gauge pressure control for gas piston gauges and indicators. • Models from vacuum to 7 MPa and 20 MPa (1000 psi and 3000 psi) • Self-contained for intuitive, easy use GPC1 High Gas Pressure Controller OPG1 FPG8601 2482 Differential Piston Gauge 3990 Specialty piston gauges PG9607 Gas Piston Gauge Fully automated primary pressure reference for absolute and gauge pressures to 500 kPa. • Gauge and absolute pressures from 11 kPa to 500 kPa with a single piston-cylinder • Large diameter 50 mm pistoncylinder with improved geometry allows direct traceability to dimensional measurements with very low uncertainties PG9602 Gas Piston Gauge Fully automated primary pressure reference for absolute and gauge pressures to 11 MPa. • Gauge and absolute pressures from 10 kPa to 11 MPa • Up to 100 kg mass load under vacuum bell jar for large turndown and overlap of piston-cylinder ranges www.flukecal.com High precision differential pressure measurement at elevated line pressures. • Measures differential pressures using a gas or oil medium • Differential pressure to 210 kPa (30 psi, 2100 mbar) at static line pressure range to 20 MPa (2900 psi, 200 bar) • Quickly and easily set differential pressures with lightweight masses • Fully automated pressure control and pressure determination using WinPrompt software FPG8601 Force-Balanced Piston Gauge Gas pressure calibration system for very low gauge, differential and absolute pressures. • Gas pressure from 0 to 15 kPa (113 Torr) in gauge, differential and absolute modes • Measurement uncertainty to ± (5 mPa + 30 ppm of reading) in gauge and absolute differential mode, ± (8 mPa + 30 ppm of reading) in absolute mode • Fully automated, including test execution, pressure control and reference and device under test data collection Precise, assisted manual control for high pressure gas piston gauges and indicators. • Models to 70 MPa and 110 MPa (10 k psi and 16 k psi) • Precise control to full pressure with simple, ergonomic pushbutton operation MPG2 Hydraulic Pressure Generator/Controller Precise, manual control for hydraulic piston gauges and indicators. • Models to 100 MPa and 200 MPa (15 k psi and 30 k psi) • Self-contained for intuitive and easy generation and precise control to full pressure OPG1 Hydraulic Pressure Generator/Controller Precise, assisted manual control for hydraulic piston gauges and indicators. • Pressure to 200 MPa (30 k psi) • Precise generation and control to full pressure with simple, ergonomic push-button operation Pressure Calibration 33 P3000 Industrial deadweight testers P3000 Pneumatic Deadweight Tester P3100 P3200 High performance gas deadweight testers, with unique suspended piston design for vacuum calibration. • 0.015 % of reading accuracy standard (0.008 % optional) • 3 to 500 psi (0.2 to 35 bar) pressure • Optional low range 0.03 to 1 bar vacuum (1 to 30 inHg) • Integrated vacuum and pressure pump available to 2 MPa (300 psi) P3100 Hydraulic Deadweight Tester P3800 Highly accurate oil deadweight tester, with quick and easyto-use single and dual piston deadweight models. • Pressure ranges to 140 MPa (20 k psi, 1400 bar) • 0.015 % of reading accuracy standard (0.008 % optional) • Built-in pressure generation and adjustment • Single or dual piston formats P3200 Hydraulic Deadweight Tester P5510 P5513 Hydraulic deadweight tester specially designed to use water as a test medium. • Pressure ranges to 70 MPa (10 k psi, 700 bar) • 0.015 % of reading accuracy standard (0.008 % optional) • Built-in pressure generation and adjustment is standard • Single or dual piston formats • Water media P3800 Hydraulic Deadweight Tester P5514 High performance and simplicity for very high pressure hydraulic calibration. • Pressure ranges to 400 MPa (60 k psi, 4000 bar) • 0.02 % of reading accuracy standard (0.015 % optional) • Includes hand pump and intensifier for generating and adjusting high pressures P5514 with 2700G Pressure comparators P5510 Pneumatic Pressure Comparator* Precise, cost effective solution for checking pressure measuring instruments to 300 psi (20 bar). • Dual pressure/vacuum capability • Pressure to 20 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Vacuum from 0 to 80 kPa (0 to 24 inHg, 800 mbar) • Built-in pressure and vacuum generation P5513 Pneumatic Pressure Comparator* Precise, cost effective solution for checking pressure measuring instruments to 3,000 psi (7210 bar). • Pressure range 0 to 210 MPa (3 k psi, 210 bar) • High pressure pneumatic operation • Screw press for fine pressure adjustments • High quality needle valves for fine control P5514 and P5515 Series Hydraulic Pressure Comparators* Quick and easy solutions for checking pressure measuring instruments to 10,000 psi (700 bar). • Compatible with a wide range of fluids • P5514 Test Pump generates pressures to 70 MPa (10 k psi, 700 bar) • P5515 Test Pump generates pressures to 140 MPa (20 k psi, 1400 bar) • P5515 has a built-in hand pump for system priming and large volume applications P5515 * Can be used with the 2700G Reference Pressure Gauge to provide a complete calibration solution 34 Pressure Calibration www.flukecal.com Pressure calibrators 4322 Automated Pressure Calibrator •Rugged, lightweight, compact components for use on the bench or in-situ •Precise automated pressure control from vacuum to 70 MPa gauge (10,000 psi) •Greater of 0.1 % of reading or 25 Pa (0.004 psi, 0.1 in H2O) accuracy across the entire pressure range •Onboard pressure/vacuum generation from 3.5 kPa (0.5 psi) absolute to 2 MPa (300 psi) 3130 Portable Pressure Calibrator Everything you need to generate, control and measure pressure, as well as read the output of the device under test (DUT). • Measure and generate pressures from vacuum to 2 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Internal pump can generate vacuum to -80 kPa (-12 psi, -0.8 bar) or pressure to 2 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Supply pressure connection allowing the use of external gas supply up to 2 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Includes variable volume for fine adjustment of pressures • Pressure measurement accuracy of 0.025 % reading ± 0.01 % FS • Electrical measurement and 24 volt supply for close looped calibrations • Measure or generate 4 mA to 20 mA • Measure 0 to 30 V dc • Powered by internal, rechargeable, high capacity NiMH battery or universal ac mains adapter • Compatible with Fluke 700P Pressure Modules www.flukecal.com E-DWT-H Electronic Deadweight Tester A digital alternative to the traditional deadweight tester. • Set and measure pressure precisely without limitation of mass loading resolution • Pressure measurement is insensitive to local gravity and orientation • One year uncertainty of ± 0.02 % of reading • Run onboard test routines and store calibration data for review and export to a PC 4322 2700G Series Reference Pressure Gauges Best-in-class measurement performance in a rugged, easyto-use, economical package. • Precision pressure measurement from 100 kPa (15 psi) to 70 MPa (10,000 psi) • Accuracy to 0.02 % of full scale • Easy-to-use, rugged construction for reliable performance • Combine with the 700PTPK or 700HTPK pump kits for a complete portable pressure testing solution for up to 4 MPa (600 psi) with the PTP-1 pneumatic pump and up to 70 MPa (10,000 psi) with the HTP-2 hydraulic pump • Combine with the P5510, P5513, P5514, or P5515 Pressure Comparators for a complete bench top pressure calibration solution • Test port is 1/4 NPT Male. 1/4 BSP and M20 X 1.5 adapters are included standard • USB communications cable and universal power supply included standard 3130 E-DWT-H 2700G Pressure Calibration 35 Air data calibration 7750i Air Data Calibrator 7750i Air data test set with unequalled precision and long term stability and superior pressure control technology. • High accuracy, RVSM compliant • Accuracy to ± 2 feet, 0.02 knots • True differential sensor for airspeed (Qc) RPM4-AD Reference Pressure Monitor RPM4-AD 2468A Specialized pressure indicator for the absolute and differential pressure ranges in air data instruments. • Fixed wing and rotary wing range versions • True Pt, Ps, Qc operation 2468A Pitot/Static Primary Standard Gas piston gauge specialized for air data absolute and differential pressure ranges. • Pressure range: 0.4 inHg to 103 inHg • Optional range: 3.4 inHg to 400 inHg • Accuracy to ± 0.5 feet, 0.003 knots • Extended mass set covers entire air data range without the need to change pistons • Compatible with WinPrompt and COMPASS software Pressure calibration systems 7250sys Multi-Range Pressure Calibration System Turn-key automated gas pressure calibration system. • Gas pressure measurement and control from low absolute to 17 MPa (2500 psi) • Fully integrated multi-range pressure test and calibration systems with a single interface and single test port • Select either an 8 range or the 12 range system for maximum performance and coverage Custom Pressure Calibration Systems Engineered custom systems integrate standard Fluke Calibration products into a complete system based on the user’s specific requirements. These are often multi-range systems that include pressure generation and supply accessories, data acquisition hardware and software and/or test instrument connection manifolds. Custom systems include but are not limited to turn-key pressure calibration rack systems, portable calibration carts and automated pressure calibration bench systems. 7250sys 36 Pressure Calibration www.flukecal.com 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. www.flukecal.com 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. Fluke Calibration 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. Gas Flow Calibration 37 molstic-L molbox1+ molstic-S molboc-L molbloc-S molbox RFM Gas flow standards molbox1+ Flow Terminal 0.125 % of reading—lowest uncertainty for gas flow calibration. • Allows coverage of flow range from less than 1 sccm to over 5000 slm with a single user interface and transportable system • Real-time flow measurements makes adjusting analog flow devices fast and easy • Perform fully-automated flow calibrations using molbox terminal with COMPASS for Flow software • Updated design molboc-L Laminar Flow Element Laminar flow elements for flow from 1 sccm to 100 slm. • Traceable to primary gravimetric mass flow measurements • Multiple gases supported • Useable with existing molbox1+ and molbox RFM mass flow terminals and COMPASS software • Integrated filter to protect against contamination • Integral gas temperature conditioning and measurement •No moving parts that cause pressure/flow fluctuations or threaten reliability 38 Gas Flow Calibration MFC-CB™ MFC Switchbox molbloc-S Sonic Nozzle Flow Element Sonic nozzle based molblocs for gas flow up to 5,000 slm. • Covers ranges up to 5,000 slm in N2 and air • Multiple gases supported • Useable with molbox1+, or existing molbox1 and molbox RFM mass flow terminals and COMPASS software • Proven critical flow venturi (sonic) nozzle operating principle traceable to primary gravimetric flow measurements molbox RFM Reference Flow Monitor Compact terminal for making mass flow measurements using molbloc-L and molbloc-S flow elements. • Economical alternative to molbox1+ terminal • ± 0.5 % of reading uncertainty • Covers the flow range of 1 sccm to 100 slm with molbloc-L, and up to 5000 slm with molbloc-S • 5141/5142/5144 kits feature molbox RFM, molbloc-L and other hardware for a complete calibration system •No moving parts that cause pressure/flow fluctuations or threaten reliability molstic Mounting Systems Used to conveniently mount and protect molbloc elements, connect to units under test and provide flow and pressure control. molstic-L used for molboc-L mass flow elements. • Quick connector input • 2 micron (0.5 micron for low flow) filter to protect the downstream components • Adjustable regulator protects the molbox transducers molstic-S used for molbloc-S mass flow elements. • Available in 1/2 inch or 1/4 inch system plumbing sizes • Integrated flow shut-off/ metering valves GFS™ Gas Flow Automation Accessories MFC-CB™ Control Box Stand-alone unit for setting/ reading analog mass flow controllers (MFCs) and mass flow meters (MFMs). • Set and read 0 to 5 V or 4 to 20 mA on two (2) channels • Complete front panel local control and remote operation via RS-232 and IEEE-488 interfaces MFC Switchbox™ Supplies power and switches between up to five MFCs or MFMs on one molbox1+ or MFC-CB channel. • Duplicates MFC channel without switching cables Primary gas flow standard GFS Dynamic Gravimetric Mass Flow Standard True Primary Mass Flow Standard that makes the fundamental measurement of low gas mass flow rates practical. • Covers the range of 0.2 to 200 mg/s in various gases (10 sccm to 10 slm N2) • Measurements can be transferred to higher flow ranges using Successive Addition method • Flow measurement uncertainty as low as ± 0.013 % of reading www.flukecal.com 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. 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. 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. www.flukecal.com Calibration Software 39 Product highlights 40 MET/TEAM® Test Equipment Asset Management Software MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software MET/TEAM® software is a powerful, flexible, and scalable calibration management software solution for managing your calibration assets. Designed by metrologists for metrology, it is ideal for calibration professionals who need to manage workflow through the calibration laboratory. • Browser-based software enables access that is convenient, yet secure • Fully featured for tracking and managing assets • Fully integrated with the Run Time function of industry leading MET/CAL® software • Replaces MET/TRACK as the recommended database engine for MET/CAL software • Popular Microsoft SQL server database for reliable, affordable, non-proprietary data storage • Workflow management • Highly customizable fields and labels • Shortcuts (quick links) for easy navigation • Promotes quality processes to support accreditation • Customizable reports with Crystal Reports Professional • Automated email alerts and recall escalation • Mobile module for on-site calibration • Customer web portal to allow read-only access for remote customers • Commerce module for quoting, billing, and contract pricing • Designed for metrology by metrologists • Backed by Fluke Calibration, expert in calibration instrumentation and software • Collect and store manual calibration data MET/CAL Plus software automates the calibration process to help you manage your workload more efficiently and consistently. The MET/CAL suite of applications includes MET/CAL software, the industry leader for automated calibration; plus MET/TEAM software for asset management. MET/CAL Plus software provides you with the tools you need to: • Perform automated calibration on all kinds of test and measurement tools and equipment, including dc/lf, RF and microwave instruments • Create, edit, test, and document calibration procedures, quickly and easily • Configure and report a wider range of measurement uncertainty parameters and include verification data to provide an audit trail and support further analysis • Track asset information including calibration and maintenance history and status, traceability, users, customers, and location • Analyze and report asset information; produce customized printed certificates and reports. • Make data available to other corporate systems • Import asset and calibration data into MET/CAL Plus software • Help meet the requirements of quality standards like ISO 9000, ISO/IEC 17025, NRC 10 CFR, ANSI Z540.3, and others Calibration Software www.flukecal.com Warranted Procedures for MET/CAL MET/CAL® Electrical/RF calibration software MET/CAL® The complete solution for automating calibration processes plus managing and reporting measurement assets. • Perform fast, repeatable, and powerful calibration • Full storage of calibration data • Rich reporting capabilities • Configure and report a wider range of measurement uncertainty parameters Warranted Procedures for MET/CAL® Fully tested, ready-to-go procedures designed to satisfy your needs. • Optional calibration procedures for MET/CAL ® Plus Calibration Software • Warranted by Fluke Calibration to produce valid calibrations on the intended unit under test (UUT) for the specified model and revision level • These procedures automate the calibration process under MET/CAL control 5080A/CAL Easy-to-use standalone software for the 5080A Multi-Product Calibrator. • Quickly calibrate a wide range of analog and digital workload • Provides automated control of the calibrator; technician simply enters readings from the item being calibrated • Easy-to-use procedure designer; simply select the type of signal needed to perform a test from a drop-down menu, enter the test level and set the test limits www.flukecal.com 5080A/CAL MET/SUPPORT Software support programs MET/SUPPORTSM Gold MET/TEAM Calibration asset management software MET/TEAM Test Equipment Asset Management Software Manage more workload with less work with MET/TEAM software. • Browser-based calibration asset management software • Fully integrated with MET/CAL® Software • Microsoft SQL Server database • Highly customizable • Email automation • On-site calibration • Work flow management • Pricing/billing/invoicing • Customer web portal • Installation and training services Annual support programs for MET/CAL and MET/TEAM software. These premier support services help you maximize your software investment. • Premium support and services to help you maximize productivity with MET/CAL and MET/TEAM software • Access to warranted procedure library • Prioritized technical support • Software updates and upgrades • Priority web content • Discounts on a variety of services Software Training and Services A range of services to help you maximize your investment in calibration software. • MET/TEAM software installation and startup • MET/TEAM data migration and import • Classroom or onsite training classes: – MET/CAL procedure writing – Advanced procedure writing – M ET/TEAM Asset Management – Crystal Reports Writing • Custom MET/CAL procedures • MET/TEAM self-validation • Custom software services Calibration Software 41 9938 MET/TEMP II Temperature Calibration Software v5 Temperature calibration software 9938 MET/TEMP II Temperature Calibration Software v5 New version of the proven solution for automated temperature calibration • Compatible with Windows 7 and 8 operating systems • Adds support for 9190A Field Metrology Well and 9118A Thermocouple Furnace • Calibrate PRTs, SPRTs, thermistors, thermocouples, and even liquid-in-glass (LIGs), bi-metallic thermometers, and connected sensors that can’t be attached to a readout • Supports multiple temperature sources and reference probes in the same test for faster calibration and extended test range TQSoft and TQAero Thermal Validation Software For FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and AMS 2750 Compliant Data Collection • Support for Fluke 2638A and 1586A, for enhanced data collection and reporting in regulated industries • Easy menu system and toolbar • Test equipment preparation and sensor calibration • Data security, audit trail, and compliance reports 42 Calibration Software LogWare TQSoft and TQAero Thermal Validation Software LogWare Turn a Fluke Calibration single-channel handheld or 1502A/1504 readout into a realtime data logger. • Collects real-time data • Calculates statistics and displays customizable graphs • Allows user-selected start times, stop times and sample intervals LogWare II LogWare II Turn any Fluke Calibration multi-channel thermometer readout into a real-time data logger. • Collects real-time data using Fluke Calibration multi-channel readouts • Calculates statistics and displays customizable graphs • Allows user-selected start times, stop times and sample intervals LogWare III LogWare III Remotely monitor and log a virtually unlimited number of concurrent log sessions into a central data repository. • Up to two temperature and two humidity inputs for each DewK • Customize your graph trace color, alarms, and statistics as you go www.flukecal.com COMPASS for Pressure Pressure/Flow calibration software COMPASS® for Pressure Universal platform for automating pressure calibration. • Integrated piston gauge support • Runs complete automated calibration sequences • Supports multiple units under test • Automates virtually any pressure standard or device under test www.flukecal.com COMPASS for Pressure COMPASS® for Flow Macro-enabled mass flow calibration software package. • Fully customizable • Supports non Fluke Calibration flow references • Performs complex real time flow computations, and allows you to alter test scenarios based on data collected COMPASS for Flow Calibration Software 43 Data acquisition and general purpose test equipment Data acquisition equipment Get the data you want, where, how and when you want it. Fluke gives you a broad choice in data acquisition for process monitoring and laboratory test systems. You can choose a stationary or portable data logger. Transfer data to internal memory, to a removable memory card, or to your PC. Choose a standalone or distributed networked units. And you can expand your system from 20 to 1,000+ channels, depending on the series. All Fluke data acquisition products feature unique, built-in universal signal conditioning and a plug-in Universal Input Module to enable you to measure virtually any type of signal without having to purchase extra equipment. Plus, powerful, easy-to-use Windows®-based software supports easy configuration, advanced trend analysis, professional-quality reporting, and enables you to quickly build human-machine-interfaces without any programming. 44 Data Acquisition General purpose test equipment Fluke Calibration designs and manufactures bench instruments in a wide variety of product categories. Besides their use on the bench, these instruments have several characteristics in common as you will find below: • Each bench instrument is accurate and provides precise information. They reflect the professionalism of the people who buy and use them. • Each is reliable, dependable, and rugged. • All are easy to operate. Many owners of Fluke bench instruments say that the controls are intuitive and help them work more efficiently. • These bench instruments are compact and easily transported, but they are also multi-functional. • You will find that these instruments are a good value, particularly when compared against other tools for their cost/function ratio. www.flukecal.com Product highlights 2638A Hydra Series III Data Acquisition System A price performance breakthrough in standalone data acquisition system The Fluke Hydra Series III continues the Hydra Series legacy in data acquisition. This new Hydra Series improves on the long standing, industry leading specification of best-in-class thermocouple accuracy. With basic dc measurement accuracy of 0.0024 %, 0.5 °C thermocouple accuracy, color trend display, easy-to-use menu system and worldclass industrial safety ratings, the 2638A is a truly industrial grade, precision data acquisition system. Expandable from 22 to 66 channels of analog differential measurement, the Hydra 2638A offers the flexibility of our Universal Input Connector, which allows quick connect and disconnect of any type of input to any channel. AC and dc voltage, resistance, thermocouple, RTD, thermistor, frequency and dc and ac current are all selectable inputs for the 2638A. If your measurement need is from under twenty channels to over sixty-six channels per unit or thousands of channels per system, we have you covered. Fluke DAQ 6.0 Application Software A powerful and versatile application for quick and easy configuration, data logging and analysis using Fluke data acquisition products Fluke DAQ is praised by users for its versatile handling of data acquisition and logging. Improved trending, file handling, added web interface, web control, convenient print functions for charts and graphs and multiple language improvements make Fluke DAQ version 6 a feature-rich application that you can trust with your important data and analysis needs. Fluke DAQ features easy multi-unit configuration, data logging and analysis for any of these products: • 2638A Hydra Series III Data Acquisition System/Digital Multimeter • 1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner • 2640A and 2645A NetDAQ® Networked Data Acquisition Units • 2680 Series Data Acquisition Systems • DC accuracy of 0.0024 % • Best-in-class thermocouple accuracy of 0.5 °C • Up to 67 universal differential, isolated inputs • On-screen color trend graphing • Easy menu system for setup and data management • Multi-channel real-time data display • 6.5 digit DMM function selections • Monitor function for real-time viewing and charting between scans • 20 on-board separate math channels • 45 channels/sec basic dc scan rate • Internal 75,000 scan memory plus USB drive port • Data security features • CAT II 300 V input safety rated www.flukecal.com Data Acquisition 45 2638A 2686A NetDAQ (2640) Data acquisition equipment 2638A Hydra Series III Data Acquisition System/DMM 2680 Series Data Acquisition Systems NetDAQ® Networked Data Acquisition Unit A price performance breakthrough in standalone data acquisition system. • DC accuracy of 0.0024 % • Best-in-class thermocouple accuracy of 0.5 °C • Up to 67 universal differential, isolated inputs • On screen color trend graphing • Easy menu system for setup and data management • 6.5 digit DMM function selections • Monitor function for real-time viewing and charting between scans • 20 on-board separate math channels • 45 channels/sec basic dc scan rate • Internal 75,000 scan memory plus USB drive port • Expands to thousands of channels with application software • Data security features • USB flash drive support for data transfer to PC • CAT II 300 V input safety rated Standalone or networked precision multi-channel data acquisition • 20 to 120 universal analog inputs per chassis; systems to +2,000 channels • Stand-alone data logger operation with the 2686A • Large scalable LAN systems using the 2680A with 10BaseT/100BaseT • Two types of Universal Input Modules: high-isolation precision modules or fast scan modules, with 16- to 18-bit resolution • Throughput of more than 3,000 channels-per-secondper-chassis with 2680A-FAI modules • Superior thermocouple measurement accuracy (J, K, R, S, T, N, I, U, C, B) • 20 digital I/O and 8 form C, 1 Amp relay output modules for direct control of equipment • Up to 300 V input isolation, 1600 V transient overvoltage protection (2680A-PAI) • Universal input conditioning for any input, on any channel, in any combination (V dc, V ac, Ohms, frequency, RTD, thermocouple, thermistor or current • ATA flash memory card for stand-alone operation - from 16 MB to 1 GB (2686A only) • Multiple power sources: 100 V to 240 V and 9 V to 45 V dc • Includes Fluke DAQ Software: Controls all 2680 Series functions, provides real-time and historical and also communicates with NetDAQ and Hydra Series III products Powerful combination of hardware and software that is ideal for small-to-medium scale process monitoring and test systems. • Data acquisition, up to 1,000 readings per second • 20 analog input channels expandable up to 2,000 channels • Extensive optional plotting and trending capabilities • Includes Fluke DAQ software • Flexible ac or dc power • Replaces chart recorders Fluke DAQ 6.0 46 Data Acquisition Fluke DAQ 6.0 Application Software A powerful and versatile application for quick and easy configuration, data logging and analysis using Fluke data acquisition products. • Easy multi-unit configuration for any mix of Fluke 2638A, 1586A, NetDAQ or 2680 Series • Full screen trend charting of up to 32 channels with zoom, print and scaling functions • Built-in OPC server software for sharing Fluke DAQ data with popular client programs • Logon security features • Auto start on power interrupt settings • Master/slave configurations available • Alarm logging with history with acknowledgement features • Four web clients for remote viewing and control of systems using secure login • Automated email of alarm alerts • Up to 2000-channel capability • Runs on a variety of operating systems including Windows 7 and 8 www.flukecal.com 8845A/8846A 8808A 271 General purpose test equipment 8845A/8846A 6.5 Digit Precision Multimeters Precision and versatility for bench or systems applications. • 6.5 digit resolution • Basic V dc accuracy of up to 0.0024 % • Dual display • 100 μA to 10 A current range, with up to 100 pA resolution • Wide ohms range from 10 Ω to 1 GΩ with up to 10 μΩ resolution • 2 x 4 ohms 4-wire measurement technique • Both models measure frequency and period • 8846A also measures capacitance and temperature • USB memory drive port (8846A) • Fluke 45 and Agilent 34401A emulation • Graphical display •Trendplot™ paperless recorder mode, statistics, histogram • CAT I 1000 V, CAT II 600 V • Three-year warranty www.flukecal.com 8808A Digital Multimeter Versatile multimeter for manufacturing, development and service applications. • 5.5 digit resolution • Basic V dc accuracy of 0.015 % • Dual display • Dedicated dc leakage current measurement • 2x4 ohms 4-wire measurement technique • Six dedicated buttons for fast access to instrument setups • Hi/Lo limit compare for Pass/ Fail testing • Three-year warranty 290 280 290 Series Waveform Generators One, two, or four channel 100 MS/s waveform generators. • 100 MS/s 12-bit arbitrary waveform capability • 1 M point waveform memory • 40 MHz function generator capabilities using DDS (50 MHz for square waves) • 10 ns pulse pattern generator • Waveform sequencing with up to 1024 segments • Unlimited waveform storage using CF® memory card • Waveform Manager Plus for Windows software • USB interface in addition to RS-232 and GPIB 271 DDS Function Generator 280 Series Waveform with ARB Generators High performance function generator. • High stability 10 MHz DDS function generator • Arbitrary capability with storage for five user defined waveforms • Multiple standard and complex waveforms recalled from internal memory • Extensive modulation capabilities include sweep, AM, Gating, Trigger/Burst, FSK and Hop • GPIB and RS-232 interfaces Universal waveform generators offering superior performance and value. • Choice of 1, 2 and 4 independent or linked channels • 40 MS/s max. sampling speed • 16 MHz function generator • 10 MHz pulse generator • Pulse train pattern generator • Arbitrary waveforms of up to 65 k points • Powerful modulation capabilities • Built-in trigger generators • Waveform Manager Plus for Windows® software • Multiple standard waveforms recalled from internal memory • RS-232 and GPIB interfaces General Purpose Test 47 Service programs Instrument CarePlan Instrument CarePlan Priority Gold Instrument CarePlan* Silver CarePlan An instrument CarePlan from Fluke Calibration that guarantees your calibrator is ready to work when you are. When your calibrator is out of your lab for scheduled calibration or unexpected repair, it isn’t working for you. What’s worse, you may not know exactly when to expect it back in your lab. With the Fluke Calibration Priority Gold CarePlan, you can schedule your calibrations and reduce repair downtime effectively, because you will know exactly when to expect your calibrator back in your lab. Your Priority Gold CarePlan puts you in control of your downtime and in control of your business. Extended warranty for your Fluke Calibration instrument Repairs are always unexpected, and they can be costly. Control your cost of ownership with a Fluke Calibration Silver CarePlan. The Fluke Calibration Silver CarePlan is a comprehensive instrument warranty support plan that puts you in charge of your operating costs and protects your investment in your new Fluke Calibration instrument. Priority Gold CarePlan features: • Annual calibration included with guaranteed in-house turnaround of three or six business days • Free repairs with guaranteed in-house repair time of ten business days (includes calibration) • Prepaid, priority freight on return of instrument • Free product updates for the product covered by the Priority Gold CarePlan • Term: one, two, three, four and five year plans available • 10 % off Priority Gold CarePlans with the purchase of a new Fluke Calibration instrument • 10 % off on product upgrades for the product covered by the Priority Gold CarePlan • 15 % off any out-of-plan service charges for the product covered by the Priority Gold CarePlan • 20 % off any Fluke Calibration scheduled metrology training for any of your personnel *Not available in all countries. Contact your local Fluke representative for more details. 48 Service and training Silver CarePlan basic features: • Extended warranty coverage for your instrument • Calibration included on repairs covered by your plan • 15 % discount on regular calibrations during your factory and Silver CarePlan term • 15 % discount on any out-ofplan services • Free product updates (PCNs) performed at the time of repair www.flukecal.com Self-paced training tools Register your Fluke Calibration product online Instructor-led classroom courses Visit www.flukecal.com/ register-product to register your product today! Our instructor-led courses cover a variety of metrology topics and range from one to five days in length. Held in various locations around the world, training from Fluke Calibration is a great way to maximize your investment in your calibration equipment. Authorized Fluke Calibration Service Centers Fluke Calibration offers calibration and repair services and support through our flagship metrology laboratories and service partners worldwide. To find the best solution for your calibration product you can visit www.flukecal.com/ service-centers, or email us at email@example.com. Training Calibration and metrology training from Fluke Calibration can help you and your staff become more knowledgeable in a wide variety of disciplines. Instructors are experts who work in electrical, temperature, pressure and flow calibration, and who really want to help you learn the foundation and techniques of metrology that you can put to immediate use in your workplace. Fluke Calibration offers introductory, intermediate, and advanced level courses in a variety of formats to meet your needs. www.flukecal.com Instructor-led web-based training Our instructor-led web-based trainings offer the same great access to Fluke Calibration experts, with the added benefit of not having to travel. Instructor-led web-based trainings are designed to fit into your schedule, without disrupting your workflow. Courses are set up in anywhere from one to five parts, two hours each, held on consecutive days. Self-paced online training Our self-paced calibration and metrology training courses were developed by technical experts in the metrology community using proven instructional design components. At the start of each module, a brief tutorial describes how the course is laid out. The learning objectives are clearly stated. Topics are selected from easy-to-navigate menus and sub-menus. Embedded questions are presented frequently to increase retention. Engaging graphics, photos, formulas and tables support text material. A final post-test provides proof of competency. Tests are shuffled after each use. Most importantly, a certificate of completion satisfies documentation requirements. In addition to self-paced online training, Fluke Calibration offers additional self-paced training tools for dc/low frequency metrology. Fluke Calibration offers the only comprehensive text book on dc/low frequency metrology, Calibration: Philosophy in Practice, Second Edition. It covers real world concepts and applications, and is designed and written for the working technician. On-site training Fluke Calibration instructor-led courses may also be taught at your facility. If you have a large number of students, or if the material you wish to discuss is considered confidential, you may find On-Site Training an attractive alternative. Contact your local Fluke Calibration representative to discuss specific requirements and arrangements, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a Fluke Calibration representative to contact you. For an up-to-date course schedules, and pricing, and training resources visit: www.flukecal.com/training Installation and training supplemental services Fluke Calibration offers expert consulting to help you configure and use your calibration products as productively and cost-effectively as possible. We can help: • Minimize downtime • Make sure your equipment runs efficiently • Confirm that systems are operating properly • Train you and/or your staff at your site, a separate site, at Fluke Calibration or online Service and training 49 Fluke Calibration. Precision, performance, confidence.™ Fluke Calibration PO Box 9090, Everett, WA 98206 U.S.A. Fluke Europe B.V. PO Box 1186, 5602 BD Eindhoven, The Netherlands Web access: http://www.flukecal.eu For more information call: In the U.S.A. (877) 355-3225 or Fax (425) 446-5116 In Europe/M-East/Africa +31 (0) 40 2675 200 or Fax +31 (0) 40 2675 222 In Canada (800)-36-FLUKE or Fax (905) 890-6866 From other countries +1 (425) 446-5500 or Fax +1 (425) 446-5116 Web access: http://www.flukecal.com ©2011-2015 Fluke Calibration. Specifications subject to change without notice. Printed in U.S.A. 12/2015 4026225f-en Pub-ID:12124-eng B Modification of this document is not permitted without written permission from Fluke Calibration. 2016-2017 PROCESS CALIBRATION TOOLS CATALOG Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration Data Acquisition Pressure Calibration Temperature Calibration Software/Accessories Pressure Applications Temperature Applications Process Calibration Tools From Fluke and Fluke Calibration Working in a process environment such as pharmaceutical, refining or other industrial area can be challenging. Whether you’re working at a bench, out in the plant, or in the field, you need accurate tools that you can count on. Finding the right tools for the specific challenges you face every day is important, so we’ve provided an “at-a-glance” guide to the wide range of multifunction, mA loop, pressure and temperature calibrators that we carry. For complete information on our field and bench solutions to all your calibration needs visit www.fluke.com, www.flukecal.eu, or one of the product pages listed in this catalog. Process Calibration Tools Gas custody transfer flow computer calibration........................ 34 Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration 4 Multifunction calibrators...................5 Electrical and multifunction calibration Fluke offers a broad range of field and bench calibrators to source, simulate, and measure pressure, temperature, and electrical signals to help you verify and adjust your test equipment or almost any process instrument. mA loop calibrators.............................7 Handheld temperature calibrators...........................................17 Pressure comparators and master gauges....................................17 Thermometer standards.................. 20 Use and selection of hand pumps and pressure test gauges for field pressure testing................................ 42 Ambient conditions monitor........... 20 Precision PRTs...................................21 Thermistors........................................21 Temperature Applications 42 Data acquisition system.....................9 Calibrating and testing RTD Sensors...................................... 46 Software/Accessories Pressure Calibration 10 Digital pressure calibrators...............11 Pressure comparators and master gauges...............................12 22 Software............................................ 22 Temperature calibration software............................................. 23 Accessories........................................ 23 Manual pressure calibrators.............13 Calibrating and testing thermocouple sensors .................... 48 Simulating thermocouples and RTDs for calibration and testing..... 50 Using a precision thermometer for single point process temperature verification................. 52 Temperature switch and controller testing in the field......... 54 Temperature switch and controller testing at the bench...... 56 Calibrating with a micro-bath....... 58 Reference pressure calibrator..........14 Bench deadweight testers.................14 Pressure Applications Temperature calibration Temperature calibration refers to the calibration of any device used in a system that measures temperature—from sensors to transmitters to displays. Fluke offers bench and field solutions to ensure process temperature accuracy of not only the system’s electronic temperature signals, but also the very temperature sensors that initiate those signals. Calibrating at the bench with a pressure comparator........... 40 Infrared temperature sources.........19 9 Pressure calibration Instrumentation is found in virtually every process plant. Periodic calibration of these instruments is required to keep plants operating efficiently and safely. Fluke provides a wide selection of field and bench calibration tools to help you quickly and reliably calibrate your pressure instrumentation. 16 Calibrating at the bench with a deadweight tester............... 38 Field temperature sources...............18 Data Acquisition mA loop calibration Loop calibrators are essential tools for working with 4-20 mA current loops. Fluke loop calibrators provide mA sourcing, simulation and measurement, readouts in both mA and % of span, 24 V loop supply, simple operation and accuracy you can count on. Verifying process gauges, analog and digital........................... 36 Temperature Calibration 24 Infrared thermometer test and calibration................................. 60 Loop calibration with a temperature transmitter at the bench...................................... 62 Calibrating a HART smart pressure transmitter........................ 26 Pressure transmitter calibration at the bench...................................... 28 Pressure switch testing - manual............................... 30 Pressure switch testing - documented...................... 32 2 Process Calibration Tools Process Calibration Tools 3 Multifunction Calibrators These field and bench calibrators source, simulate, and measure pressure, temperature, and electrical signals with exceptional precision. Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration 753 Documenting Process Calibrator 753 754 Rugged handheld tool for sourcing, simulating and measuring pressure, temperature, and electrical signals. • Measure volts, mA, RTDs, thermocouples, frequency, and ohms to test sensors, transmitters and other instruments • Source/simulate volts, mA, thermocouples, RTDs, frequency, ohms, and pressure to calibrate transmitters • Power transmitters during test using loop supply with simultaneous mA measurement • Download procedures and upload calibration results from field calibrations • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/753 754 Documenting Process Calibrator with HART 7526A 7526A Precision Process Calibrator Best balance of economy and accuracy for calibration of temperature and pressure process measurement instrumentation. • Sources and measures dc voltage, current, resistance, RTDs and thermocouples • Measures pressure using Fluke 700/525A-P pressure modules • Includes 24 V dc loop power supply, automated switch-test function and measures 4 mA to 20 mA • NIST traceable calibration www.flukecal.eu/7526A Rugged, reliable tool for calibrating, maintaining, and troubleshooting HART and other instrumentation. • Measure volts, mA, RTDs, thermocouples, frequency, and ohms to test sensors, transmitters and other instruments • Source/simulate volts, mA, thermocouples, RTDs, frequency, ohms, and pressure to calibrate transmitters • Supports popular models of HART transmitters, with more device-specific command support than any other HART field calibrator • Download procedures and upload calibration results from field calibrations • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/754 4 Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration 5 725 726 8808A 726 Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator 725EX IS Multifunction Process Calibrator Designed specifically for the process industry with broad workload coverage, calibration power and unsurpassed accuracy. Includes all the features and functions of the 725 below plus: • Enhanced accuracy • Pulse count sourcing and pulse measurement totalizing • Pressure switch test • Error % calculation • NIST traceable calibration Easy-to-use, intrinsically safe field calibrator can calibrate almost any process instrument needing service where explosive gasses may be present. • ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIB 171 °C KEMA 04ATEX 1303X • I.S. Class I, Division 1 Groups B-D, 171 °C compliance • Measure Volts dc, mA, RTDs, thermocouples, frequency and ohms • Source or simulate volts dc, mA, RTDs, thermocouples, frequency and ohms •Measure/source pressure using any of eight Fluke 700PEX Pressure Modules • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/726 8845A/8846A 725Ex 725 Multifunction Process Calibrator A powerful and easy-to-use field calibrator to test and calibrate almost any process parameter. • Measure volts, mA, RTDs, thermocouples, frequency, and ohms to test sensors and transmitters • Source/simulate volts, mA, thermocouples, RTDs, frequency, ohms, and pressure to calibrate transmitters • Measure/source pressure using any of 29 Fluke 700Pxx Pressure Modules • Source mA with simultaneous pressure measurement to conduct valve and I/P tests • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/725 709 mA Loop Calibrators Fluke loop calibrators are ideal for a wide variety of calibration applications from 4 to 20 mA. 705 Loop Calibrator 705 707 Loop Calibrator 8808A Digital Multimeter 707 www.flukecal.eu/8808A 8845A/8846A Precision Multimeters Precision and versatility for bench or systems applications. • 6.5 digit resolution • Basic V dc accuracy of up to 0.0024 % • Dual display • /C models include accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/8845A 709 Precision Loop Calibrator A cost-effective, integrated solution for calibration, repair and maintenance of current loops. • mA sourcing, simulation and measurement • Simultaneous mA and % of span display • 24 V loop supply with mA measure • 0 V dc to 28 V dc measurement to check loop voltage • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/705 www.fluke.com/725EX Versatile multimeter for manufacturing, development and service applications. • 5.5 digit resolution • Basic V dc accuracy of 0.015 % • Dual display • NIST traceable calibration 709H A high performance, extremely fast and easy-to-use solution for calibration, repair and maintenance of current loops. • mA sourcing, simulation and measurement • 24 V loop supply with mA measure, including 250 Ω HART resistor • 0 V dc to 28 V dc measurement to check loop voltage • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/707 707EX IS Loop Calibrator 707EX An intrinsically safe option for use in explosion endangered areas— certified in accordance with the ATEX directive (Ex II 2 G Ex ia IIC T4) in Zones 1 and 2. • 1 µA resolution for mA source, simulate and measure • Measures V dc to 28 V • 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA default startup modes •HART® compatible resistance is connected in series with the loop supply for compatibility with HART communicators • NIST traceable calibration Reduces the time it takes to measure or source voltage or current and power up a loop. • Best-in-class accuracy at 0.01% reading • Small rugged design operates on six standard AAA batteries • Intuitive user interface with Quick-Set knob for fast setup, easy use • Built-in selectable 250 Ω resistor for HART communication • 24 V dc loop power with mA Measure Mode (-25% to 125%) • Resolution of 1 µA on mA ranges and 1 mV on voltages ranges • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/709 709H Precision Loop Calibrator with HART Communications/Diagnostics Designed to save time and produce high-quality results • HART Communication built in for easy HART device maintenance • Best-in-class accuracy at 0.01% reading • Small rugged design operates on six standard AAA batteries • Intuitive user interface with Quick-Set knob for fast setup, easy use • Built-in selectable 250 Ω resistor for HART communication • 24 V dc loop power with mA Measure Mode (-25% to 125%) • Resolution of 1 µA on mA ranges and 1 mV on voltage ranges • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/709H www.fluke.com/707EX 6 Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration 7 715 Volt/mA Calibrator Outstanding performance, durability and reliability. • Measure loop current (0-20 mA, 4-20 mA) signals with very high accuracy of 0.015% and 1 mA resolution • Measure voltage output process signals from PLCs, transmitters • Source or simulate 24 mA loop current • Source voltage to 100 mV or 10 V • 24 V loop supply with simultaneous current measurement • Enhanced voltage and current measure and source accuracy • NIST traceable calibration 715 www.fluke.com/715 787 ProcessMeter™ A complete troubleshooting solution in the palm of your hand with a digital multimeter and loop calibrator in one tool. • 1000 V overload protection on V, ohms, frequency • 150 V overload protection on mA, backed up by 440 mA 1000 V fuse • 25 % manual step plus auto step and auto ramp on mA output • CAT III 1,000V rating 787 www.fluke.com/787 789 ProcessMeter™ The 789 includes all the popular features of the 787 and adds: • 24 V loop power supply • 1200 ohm drive capability on mA source • HART mode setting with loop power and a built-in 250 ohm resistor • 0 % and 100 % buttons to toggle between 4 and 20 mA sourcing for a quick span check • CAT IV 600 V rating 789 www.fluke.com/789 771 Milliamp Process Clamp Meter Saves time by making fast, accurate measurements on 4-20 mA signal loops without breaking the circuit. • 0.01 mA resolution and sensitivity • Measure mA signals for PLC and control system analog I/O • Measure 10 to 50 mA signals in older control systems using the 99.9 mA range www.fluke.com/771 772 Milliamp Clamp Meter Expanded features of the popular 771 mA Clamp Meter by adding loop power and mA sourcing to the capabilities. • Measure 4 to 20 mA signals with in-circuit measurement • Simultaneous mA in-circuit measurement with 24 V loop power for powering and testing transmitters • Source 4 to 20 mA signals for testing control system I/O or I/Ps • Automatically ramp or step the 4 to 20 mA output for remote testing Data Acquisition Data Acquisition System www.fluke.com/772 Fluke Hydra Series III provides best-in-class thermocouple accuracy in a portable system. 773 Milliamp Process Clamp Meter The premier mA clamp meter, adds advanced troubleshooting features and voltage source/ measure for testing voltage I/O. Icludes all the features of the 772 plus: • DC voltage sourcing and measurement, verify 24 V power supplies or test voltage I/O signals • Scaled mA output provides a continuous mA signal that corresponds to the 4 to 20 mA signal measured by the mA clamp • Simultaneously source and measure mA signals 2638A Hydra Series III 2638A www.fluke.com/773 2638A-100 771/772/773 8 Electrical, Multifunction, and mA Loop Calibration Price-performance breakthrough in a stand-alone data acquisition system • DC accuracy of 0.0024 % • Thermocouple accuracy of 0.5 °C • Up to 66 universal differential isolated inputs • On-screen color trend graphing andanalysis • Easy-to-use menu system for setup and data management • Input types: ac V, dc V, ac I, dc I, thermocouple, PRT (2, 3, 4 w), thermistor,resistance (2-4 w), frequency • /C models include accredited calibration 2638A-100 Extra Universal Input Module for 2638A • Dedicated low burden ac/dc current channels • 20 universal channels and two dedicated low burden current channels (ac/dc) per module Data Acquisition 9 Pressure Calibration 717 718 718EX Digital Pressure Calibrators Built-in features like mA measure, loop power, switch test and transmitter error calculation make these pressure calibrators powerful tools that are easy to use. 717 Pressure Calibrator 719PRO Rugged, reliable and accurate calibrator with outstanding performance and durability. • Measure pressure, 0.025 % of full scale with internal sensor up to 10,000 psi/690 bar sensor (10000G model) • Measure mA with 0.015 % accuracy and 0.001 mA resolution, while sourcing 24 V loop power • Measure pressure to 10,000 psi/ 700 bar using one of 29 Fluke 700Pxx Pressure Modules • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/717 718 Pressure Calibrator with Pump Provides a total pressure calibration solution for transmitters, gauges and switches. • Pressure source and milliamp measurement to calibrate and maintain almost any pressure device • Integrated pump is easily cleaned when accidently exposed to fluids that reduces cost of ownership and repairs and enables servicing the pump in the field • 1 psi, 30 psi, 100 psi and 300 psi ranges mean few extra tools required • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/718 719 and 719PRO Portable Electric Pressure Calibrators Calibrate and test pressure devices quickly and easily with the built-in electric pump. • Source mA with simultaneous pressure measurement to test valves and I/Ps • Simulate mA signals to troubleshoot 4-20 mA loops • Power transmitters during test using 24 V loop supply with simultaneous mA measurement • New 300 psi range, generate up to 300 psi, with internal Electric pump (719PRO) • Precision temperature measurement combined accuracy of ± 0.25 °C (0.45 °F) when using 720 RTD probe (optional accessory for use with 719PRO) • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/719 718EX IS Pressure Calibrator A powerful, intrinsically safe and self-contained pressure calibrator for use in explosion endangered areas. • ATEX II 1G Ex ia IIC T4 compliant • Built-in pressure/vacuum hand pump, with fine adjust vernier and bleed valve • 30 psi, 100 psi, and 300 psi ranges (2 bar, 7 bar, and 20 bar) • Pressure measurement to 200 bar using any of eight intrinsically safe Fluke 700PEx Pressure Modules • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/718EX 10 Pressure Calibration Pressure Calibration 11 P5510-2700G 750P 700PEX P5514 A full range of differential, gage, absolute, vacuum, dual and intrinsically safe pressure modules are available, from -15 psi (-103 kPa) to 10,000 psi (69 MPa). • Best-in-class 0.025 % reference uncertainty • Rugged, chemical-resistant packaging • Temperature compensated using proprietary micro-technology linearized output • Digital communication to calibrators; no analog losses or errors • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/700P 700PEx IS Pressure Modules 700G Precision Pressure Gauge Calibrator Intrinsically safe pressure modules to create a complete pressure test solution. • Certified by CSA: I.S. Class I, Div 1, Groups A-D T4, Ta = 0 °C to 50 °C • ATEX II 1G Ex ia IIC T4 compliant • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/700PEX Pressure Comparators and Master Gauges P5515 Precise pressure generation for comparing a device under test to a master gauge. 721 Dual Range Pressure Calibrator P5513 700G P5513-2700G 750P Pressure Modules P5510 721 Two measurement ranges plus *temperature measurement make the 721 ideal for gas custody transfer calibration applications. • Fourteen models • Up to (3) displayed measurement simultaneously • Simplified user interface for ease of use • Rugged, durable design with protective holster • High accuracy, 0.025% total measurement uncertainty for one year • Pt100 RTD input for precise temperature measurement, accurate to 0.1°C (0.2°F) • Requires 720RTD probe sold separately as an accessory • NIST traceable calibration www. fluke.com/721 Rugged construction for reliable measurements in the field. • Twenty-three ranges from 10 inH20/1 bar to 10,000 psi/690 bar and 0.05 % accuracy • Combine with a comparator kit for a complete solution • Four new absolute pressure measurement ranges • Use the 700G/TRACK Software to upload over 8,000 logged pressure measurements • Up to 1500 hours battery life • I.S. rating, CSA; Class 1, Div 2, Groups A-D rating, ATEX: rating: II 3 G Ex nA IIB T6 • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/700G 2700G Series Reference Pressure Gauges P5510 Gas Pressure Comparator Easy, efficient pressure and vacuum generation in a single device. • Pressure to 2 MPa (300 psi) • Vacuum to -80 kPa (-12 psi) www.flukecal.eu/P5510 P5513 Gas Pressure Comparator High quality, precise gas pressure control. • Precise pressure regulation to 210 MPa (3k psi) with high quality needle valves • Built-in screw press for fine pressure adjustment • Optional vacuum/pressure pump, -80 kPa to 2 MPa (-12 psi to 300 psi) www.flukecal.eu/P5513 2700G P5514 Hydraulic Pressure Comparator Easy, efficient hydraulic pressure generation. • Generate and precisely adjust pressure to 70 MPa (10 k psi) • Compatible with a wide range of fluids www.flukecal.eu/P5514 P5515 Hydraulic Pressure Comparator High quality, precise hydraulic pressure generation and control. • Generate and precisely adjust pressure to 140 MPa (20 k psi) • Integrated hand pump for system priming and large volume applications • Compatible with a wide range of fluids Best-in-class accuracy from a master pressure gauge. • Precision pressure measurement from 100 kPa (15 psi) to 70 MPa (10,000 psi). • Accuracy to ± 0.02% of full scale • Combine with the P55XX Pressure Comparators for a complete benchtop pressure calibration solution • /C models include accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/2700G P5514-2700G P5515-2700G Manual Pressure Calibrators The Fluke Calibration pneumatic calibrators are an easy-touse alternative to traditional deadweight testers. These pressure calibrators are conveniently bundled with up to six 2700G Reference Pressure Gauges for a complete, benchtop pressure calibration solution to provide the accuracy, reliability, and capability you need to calibrate dial gauges, digital test gauges and pressure transmitters. •Best-in-class accuracy of 0.02% full scale for each 2700G Reference Gauge. •Expand lower range capability with additional 2700G Reference Gauges •Adaptors to provide hand tight connection to common NPT, BSP, and metric fitting types •Included reference gauges are battery operated and capable of using line power too •Portable with a sturdy carrying case www.flukecal.eu/P5515 12 Pressure Calibration Pressure Calibration 13 P3110/P3120/P3210/P3220 3130 Reference Pressure Calibrators Portable, high-quality pressure gauges 3130 Portable Pressure Calibrator Everything you need for highly accurate calibrations of pneumatic field instruments. • Measure and generate pressures from -12 psi (0.8 bar) to 2 MPa (300 psi, 20 bar) • Accuracy of ±0.025% reading to ±0.01% FS • Works with compressed plant air or internal pump • 24 V loop power and electrical measurement for transmitters and switches • Compatible with Fluke 700P pressure modules • NiMH battery • /C models include accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/3130 P3010/P3020/P3030 P3110 Single Piston Oil Deadweight Tester Bench Deadweight Testers Deadweight Tester Deadweight testers are highly accurate, robust and flexible pressure measurement standards capable of calibrating a wide range of instruments. P3010 Single Piston Gas Deadweight Tester A high quality, high performance gas deadweight tester. • 0.015 % of reading accuracy (0.008 % optional) • Ranges cover from -100 kPa (-15 psi) vacuum to 3.5 MPa (500 psi) pressure • Integrated vacuum/pressure pump available to 2 MPa (300 psi) • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/P3010 P3020 Dual Piston Gas Unique suspended piston design offers vacuum and pressure calibration in a single instrument. • 0.015 % of reading accuracy (0.008 % optional) • Ranges cover from 1.5 kPa (5 in H 2O) to 3.5 MPa (500 psi) • All models feature vacuum measurement to -100 kPa (-15 psi) • Integrated vacuum/pressure pump available to 2 MPa (300 psi) • Accredited calibration 6531 www.flukecal.eu/P3020 P3030 High Pressure Gas Deadweight Tester Innovative liquid-lubricated piston offers low drop rates and high tolerance to contamination. • 0.015 % of reading accuracy (0.008 % optional) • Ranges cover from 100 kPa (10 psi) to 14 MPa (2000 psi) • Integrated control valves and screw press for fine adjustment • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/P3030 P3800 6532 P3800 High Pressure Oil Deadweight Tester High quality, high performance, easy to use oil pressure calibration. • 0.015 % of reading accuracy (0.008 % optional) • Ranges cover from 100 kPa (10 psi) to 140 MPa (20 k psi) • Integrated pressure generation and control is standard • Accredited calibration High performance, easy to use very high pressure oil calibration. • 0.02 % of reading accuracy (0.015 % optional) • Ranges up to 400 MPa (60 k psi) • Integrated pressure generation, intensifier and control • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/P3110 www.flukecal.eu/P3800 P3120 Dual Piston Oil Deadweight Tester 6531 Electronic Deadweight Tester Dual piston design offers maximum hydraulic pressure calibration workload coverage. • 0.015 % of reading accuracy (0.008 % optional) • 100 kPa (10 psi) to 110 MPa (16 k psi) in a single instrument • Integrated pressure generation and control is standard • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/P3120 P3210 Single Piston Water Deadweight Tester Specially designed to use water as a test medium. • 0.015 % of reading accuracy (0.008 % optional) • Ranges cover from 100 kPa (10 psi) to 70 MPa (10 k psi) • Integrated pressure generation and control is standard • Accredited calibration A digital alternative to the traditional deadweight tester. • 0.02 % of reading from 10 % to 100 % of instrument range (10:1 turndown) • Ranges from 7 MPa (1000 psi) to 200 MPa (30 k psi) • Integrated hydraulic pressure generation and control • Compatible with water and a wide range of oils and other fluids • Onboard test routines, data storage, and other advanced features • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/6531 6532 Extended Range Electronic Deadweight Tester All the features of model 6531 with extended pressure range for maximum workload coverage. www.flukecal.eu/P3210 • 0.02 % of reading from 1 % to 100 % of instrument range P3220 Dual Piston Water (100:1 turndown) Deadweight Tester • Models with full scale ranges Dual piston design offers maximum from 70 MPa (10 k psi) to water pressure calibration workload 200 MPa (30 k psi) coverage. • Accredited calibration • 0.015 % of reading accuracy www.flukecal.eu/6532 (0.008 % optional) • 100 kPa (10 psi) to 70 MPa (10 k psi) in a single instrument • Integrated pressure generation and control is standard • Accredited calibration 14 Pressure Calibration www.flukecal.eu/P3220 Pressure Calibration 15 Temperature Calibration 712 9142/9143/9144 Handheld Temperature Calibrators Suitable for calibrating temperature transmitters, panel meters, and other devices that connect to temperature sensors. 712 RTD Process Calibrator 714 Delivers outstanding performance, durability and reliability in a compact, lightweight, and easyto-carry tool. • Measure temperature from RTD probe output • Simulate RTD output • Measure additional RTDs using ohms measurement function • Simulate additional RTDs using ohms source function • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/712 714 Thermocouple Calibrator 724 Delivers outstanding performance, durability and reliability in a compact, lightweight, and easyto-carry device. • Measure temperature from TC probe output • Simulate TC output • Calibrate linear TC transmitter with mV source function • NIST traceable calibration www.fluke.com/714 724 Temperature Calibrator Powerful and easy to use to measure and source functions for testing and calibrating almost any temperature instrument. • Measure RTDs, thermocouples, ohms, and volts to test sensors and transmitters • Source/simulate thermocouples, RTDs, volts, and ohms to calibrate transmitters • Perform fast linearity tests with 25 % and 100 % steps • NIST traceable calibration Fast, lightweight and portable with precision temperature control traceable to national standards. Suitable for calibration of thermocouples, RTDs, PRTs, and other temperature sensors. 9142 Field Metrology Well Maximizing portability, speed, and functionality for the industrial process environment. • –25 °C to 150 °C temperature range • Display accuracy of ± 0.2 °C over full range • Built-in two-channel readout for PRT, RTD, thermocouple, 4-20 mA current •Optional built-in reference thermometer readout • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/9142 9143 Field Metrology Well Maximizing portability, speed, and functionality for the industrial process environment. • 33 °C to 350 °C temperature range • Display accuracy of ± 0.2 °C over full range • Built-in two-channel readout for PRT, RTD, thermocouple, 4-20 mA current • Optional built-in reference thermometer readout • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/9143 9144 Field Metrology Well Precision calibration with fast temperature ramp-up rates for the industrial process environment. • 50 °C to 660 °C temperature range • Heat to 660 °C in 15 minutes • Display accuracy from ± 0.35 °C at 420 °C to ± 0.5 °C at ± 660 °C • Optional built-in reference thermometer readout • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/9144 www.fluke.com/712 16 Temperature Calibration Multifunction Field Temperature Sources Temperature Calibration 17 9100S 9102S 9103/9140 Field Temperature Sources 9150 Portable and flexible temperature-controlled dry-wells suitable for high-speed calibrations or certifications of thermocouples, RTDs, PRTs and other temperature sensors 9009 9100S Handheld Dry-Well 9140 Field Dry-Well www.flukecal.eu/9100S Lightweight and portable field dry-well small enough to easily carry in one hand. • 35 °C to 350 °C • Accuracy to ± 0.5 °C • Stability to ± 0.03 °C at 50 °C and ± 0.05 °C at 350 °C • NIST traceable calibration World’s smallest, lightest and most portable dry-well. • Smallest dry-wells in the world • Ranges from 35 °C to 375 °C • Accuracy to ± 0.25 °C, stability of ± 0.07 °C at 50 °C • NIST traceable calibration 9102S Handheld Dry-Well High-performance, convenient and easy-to-use handheld dry-well. • Smallest dry-wells in the world • Ranges from –10 °C to 122 °C • Accuracy to ± 0.25 °C, stability of ± 0.05 °C (full range) • NIST traceable calibration www.flukecal.eu/9102S 9190A 9009 Dual-Well Dry-Well Two-in-one dry-well increases portability and productivity. • Temperatures from –15 °C to 350 °C in one unit • Display accuracy: hot block: ± 0.6 °C; cold block: ±0.2 °C • Rugged, lightweight, water resistant enclosure • NIST traceable calibration www.flukecal.eu/9009 9103 Field Dry-Well Great performance in a portable instrument. • –25 °C to 140 °C • Accuracy to ± 0.25 °C • Stable to ± 0.02 °C at –25 °C and ± 0.04 °C at 140 °C • NIST traceable calibration www.flukecal.eu/9140 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well Very low temperatures, with no fluids and best-in-class stability • Wide temperature range from –95 °C to 140 °C • Best-in-class stability: ± 0.015 °C full range • Accuracy using built-in reference thermometer readout: ± 0.05 °C full range • Display accuracy: ± 0.2 °C full range • Optional built-in two-channel readout for PRT, RTC, TC, 4-20 mA and reference thermometer • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/9190A 9150 Thermocouple Furnace Convenient, portable thermocouple furnace. • 150 °C to 1200 °C • Stability of ± 0.5 °C over full range • NIST-traceable calibration included • RS-232 port standard • NIST traceable calibration www.flukecal.eu/9150 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Baths Calibrate a variety of probe dia-meters—no sleeves required. • Three models covering temperatures from –30 °C to 200 °C • World’s smallest portable calibration baths • Stability to ± 0.015 °C • NIST traceable calibration www.flukecal.eu/micro-baths 9170/9171/9172/9173 Metrology Wells Best possible accuracy in a dry-block calibrator • Best performing industrial temperature sources in the world (stability as good as ±0.005 °C) • Immersion depth to 203 mm (8 in) • Optional built-in readout reads reference PRTs to ± 0.006 °C •Ranges: - 9170: –45 °C to 140 °C - 9171: –30 °C to 155 °C - 9172: 35 °C to 425 °C - 9173: 50 °C to 700 °C • NVLAP accredited calibration ONLY with -R model 6102/7102/7103 9170/9171/9172/9173 Infrared Temperature Sources Bench and field precision infrared calibrators for accurate and reliable calibrations of IR thermometers. 4180/4181 4180/4181 Precision Infrared Calibrators Accredited performance for point and shoot calibrations. • Calibrated radiometrically for meaningful, consistent results • Accredited calibration included • Accurate, reliable performance from –15 °C to 500 °C • Large 152 mm (6 in) diameter target • Accredited radiometric calibration report 9132 www.flukecal.eu/418X 9132/9133 Field Infrared Calibrators Precision when you need it for infrared temperature calibration. • Verify IR pyrometers from –30 °C to 500 °C (–22 °F to 932 °F) • RTD reference well for contact temperature measurement • NIST traceable contact calibration 9133 www.flukecal.eu/913X www.flukecal.eu/917X www.flukecal.eu/9103 18 Temperature Calibration Temperature Calibration 19 Thermometer Standards Delivering exceptional accuracy, wide measurement range, and designed to go where you work. 1551A Ex/1552A Ex “Stik” Thermometer 1551A Ex/1552A Ex The best substitute for precision mercury-filled glass thermometers. • Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C (± 0.09 °F) over full range • Intrinsically safe (ATEX and IECEx compliant) • Two models to choose from (-50 °C to 160 °C or -80 °C to 300 °C) • NVLAP-accredited, NIST-traceable calibration www.flukecal.eu/155X 1523/1524 Handheld Thermometer Readout 1523/1524 Measure, graph and record three sensor types with one tool. • High accuracy: PRTs: ± 0.011 °C; Thermocouples: ± 0.24 °C; Thermistors: ± 0.002 °C • A simple user interface to see trends quickly • Smart connectors to load probe information automatically • Traceable cal as standard. -CAL versions with accredited cal Precision PRTs Ambient Conditions Monitor High accuracy reference temperature measurements in temperature sources on the bench or in the field. For precise measurement and recording of ambient temperature and humidity conditions wherever calibrations take place. 1620A Precision Thermo-Hygrometer The most accurate temperature and humidity graphical data logger on the market. • Superior accuracy • Network enabled • Powerful logging and analysis tools • Measures temperature to ± 0.125 °C and humidity to ± 1.5 % on two channels • NIST-traceable NVLAP accredited temperature and humidity calibration 5627A Precision Industrial PRT 5627A 5615 www.flukecal.eu/5627 5608/5609/5609-BND www.flukecal.eu/1620A 1529 Drift rate of ± 0.01 °C at 0 °C after 100 hours at max temperature. • 5608: –200 °C to 500 °C (80 mm minimum immersion) • 5609: –200 °C to 670 °C (100 mm minimum immersion) • Comes with certificate of compliance - optional NVLAP-accredited calibration 1620A Lab-quality accuracy on four channels for PRTs, thermistors and thermocouples. • Accuracy of ±0.0025 °C (meter only) • Displays eight user-selected data fields from any channel • Logs up to 8,000 readings with date and time stamps • Accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/1529 20 Temperature Calibration www.flukecal.eu/5608 5626/5628 5618B 5622 Fast Response PRTs •Time constants as fast as 0.4 seconds •Small probe diameters ranging from 0.5 mm to 3.2 mm (four models available) •Available as DIN/IEC Class A PRTs or with optional NVLAP-accredited calibration, lab code 200348-0 www.flukecal.eu/150X 1529 Four-Channel Thermometer Readout • –200 °C to 420 °C • Calibrated accuracy ± 0.010 °C at 0 °C • NVLAP-accredited calibration included, lab code 200706-0 5608/5609/5609-BND Secondary Reference PRTs 5622 1502A/1504 Thermometer Readouts Best performance thermometers in their price range. • Single-channel reference thermometers, accurate to ±0.006 °C (meter only) • Two models to choose from— reading PRTs or thermistors • Best price/performance package • Accredited calibration 5615 Secondary Reference Temperature Standards www.flukecal.eu/5615 www.flukecal.eu/152X 1502A/1504 • Vibration and shock resistant • Calibration accuracy of ± 0.046 °C at 0 °C • Available with a 90° bend • NVLAP-accredited calibration included, lab code 200706-0 5606 5618B Small Diameter Industrial RTD Fast response for time-dependent measurements. • Small diameter sheath, 3.2 mm (0.125 in) • Excellent stability • Includes ITS-90 coefficients • NVLAP accredited calibration, lab code 200706-0 www.flukecal.eu/5618B 5606 Full Immersion PRT Fully immerse PRT transition junction inside freezers or furnaces. • Transition junction designed to withstand full temperature range of probe • -200 °C to 160 °C • Calibration accuracy of ± 0.05 °C (full range) • Optional NVLAP accredited calibration www.flukecal.eu/5606 Thermistors Providing accurate and rugged temperature measurements from 0 °C to 100 °C. 5610/5611/5611T Secondary Reference Thermistor Probes Economical lab-grade thermistor probes with low drift susceptibility. • Short-term accuracy to ± 0.01 °C; one-year drift < ± 0.01 °C • 5610: 3.2 mm diameter stainless steel sheathed thermistor • 5611: 1.5 mm diameter (tip) silicone coated thermistor • 5611T: 3 mm diameter (tip) PTFE encapsulated thermistor www.flukecal.eu/5610 www.flukecal.eu/5622 5626/5628 Secondary SPRT, PRT, Temperature Sensors 5610 5611 •Range to 661°C • Meets all ITS-90 requirements for resistance ratios • Rtp drift < 20 mK after 500 hours at 661°C • Calibrated accuracy of ± 0.006 °C at 0 °C • NVLAP accredited fixed point calibration 5611T www.flukecal.eu/5622 Temperature Calibration 21 Software/ Accessories Software MET/TEAM® Test Equipment Asset Management Software 750 SW DPC/TRACK2 Software™ Manage more workload with less work. • Browser-based calibration asset management software • Fully integrated with MET/CAL® Software • Microsoft SQL Server database • Highly customizable • Email automation • On-site calibration DPC/TRACK2 Software is a specialized calibration management database that can help you manage your instrumentation and address the documentation requirements of quality programs and regulations. With DPC/TRACK2 and a 754 DPC you can: • Manage your inventory of tags and instruments, schedule for calibration • Create tag specific procedures with instructions and comment • Load those procedures to your DPC, and later upload the results to your PC • Select and execute automated as found/as left procedures in the field, automatically capturing results • Examine the calibration histories of your tags and instruments and print reports • Import and export instrument data and procedures as ASCII text • Import legacy DPC/TRACK data www.fluke.com/750DPCsoftware 700G/Track Easy-to-use software for managing instruments and calibration data. • Enables data download and logging configurations to the 700G Series gauges for a remote logging event • Configure logging event reading rate, duration and measurement units • Upload measurements logged remotely and display or export measurements www.fluke.com/700Gsoftware LogWare Turn a Fluke Calibration single-channel handheld or 1502A/1504 readout into a realtime data logger. • Collects realtime data • Calculates statistics and displays customizable graphs • Allows user-selected start times, stop times and sample intervals www.flukecal.eu/logware 22 Software/Accessories www.flukecal.eu/METTEAM Temperature Calibration Software MET/TEMP II Temperature Calibration Software v5.0 New version of the proven solution for automated temperature calibration •Compatible with Windows 7 and 8 operating systems •Adds support for 9190A Field Metrology Well and 9118A Thermocouple Furnace •Fully automated calibration of RTDs, TCs, thermistors and many heat sources •Calibrates up to 100 sensors at up to 40 temperature points TQSoft Thermal Validation Software FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant data collection New version of the proven solution for automated temperature calibration •Compliance with United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Title 21 CFR Part 11 regulations on electronic records and signatures for incubation, sterilization, freezing, drying and temperature mapping validation applications in pharmaceutical and biomedical industries. •Developed in accordance with Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) from the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE). •Compliance with European standards for sterilization, decontamination, and disinfecting (EN554, EN285, EN15883, HTM2010, HTM2030), ISO 15833 requirements for washer-disinfectors, and ISO 17025 competence requirements for testing and calibration laboratories. •Has been audited by major pharmaceutical companies and its quality documentation has passed FDA audits. TQAero Thermal Validation Software AMS 2750 compliant data collection •Compliance with National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (NADCAP) and SAE nternational AMS 2750 guidelines covering industrial heat treating applications in aerospace and transportation industries •Supports heat treatment processes validation by Temperature Uniformity Survey (TUS) and System Accuracy Test (SAT) procedures required by AMS 2750 requiring accurate low pressure testing. www.fluke.com/process_acc 700TTASK Premium Transmitter Test Hose Kit Enables no-tools-required test connections from portable calibrator and hand pumps to transmitters with IEC standard input connections 700HTP-2 Accessories 700HTP-2 Hydraulic Test Pump The 700HTP-2 is designed to generate pressures up to 10,000 psi/700 bar. Use the Fluke 700PRV-1 adjustable relief valves to limit pressures from 1360 psi to 5450 psi. Use the 700HTH-1 test hose to connect from the pump to the device under test. 700PTP-1 www.fluke.com/process_acc 700PTP-1 Pneumatic Test Pump The 700PTP-1 is a handheld pressure pump designed to generate either vacuum to -11.6 psi/-0.8 bar or pressure to 600 psi/40 bar. 700LTP-1 www.fluke.com/process_acc 700LTP-1 Low Pressure Test Pump Hand operated pressure pump designed to generate either vacuum to -13 psi/-.90 bar or pressures to 100 psi/6.9 bar. Ideal for low pressure applications 700TTASK Software/Accessories 23 INTRODUCTION Process pressure devices provide critical process measurement information to process plant’s control systems. The performance of process pressure instruments are often critical to optimizing operation of the plant or proper functioning of the plant’s safety systems. Process pressure instruments are often installed in harsh operating environments Pressure Applications causing their performance to shift or change over time. To keep these devices operating within expected limits requires periodic verification, maintenance and calibration. There is no one size fits all pressure test tool that meets the requirements of all users performing pressure instrument maintenance. APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE 754 721/ 721Ex 719 Pro 719 718 717 Calibrating pressure transmitters (field) • • Ideal • • • • Calibrating pressure transmitters (bench) • • • • • • Ideal Model number 700G 3130 2700G Deadweight Testers Application Calibrating HART Smart transmitters Ideal Documenting pressure transmitter calibrations Ideal Testing pressure switches in the field Ideal • • • • • • Testing pressure switches on the bench • • • • • • Ideal Documenting pressure switch tests Ideal Testing pressure switches with live (voltage) contacts Ideal Gas custody transfer computer tests • Ideal • Verifying process pressure gauges (field) Ideal • • • • • Verifying process pressure gauges (bench) • • • • • • Logging pressure measurements • • • Ideal • Ideal • Ideal Testing pressure devices using a reference gauge Ideal Hydrostatic vessel testing Leak testing (pressure measurement logging) • • Ideal Products noted as “Ideal” are those best suited to a specific task. Model 754 requires the correct range 750P pressure module for pressure testing. Model 753 can be used for the same applications as model 754 except for HART device calibration. Model 725 and 726 can be used for the same applications as model 753 except for documenting and live contact testing of switches. 24 Pressure Applications Pressure Applications 25 Calibrating a HART smart pressure transmitter Pressure Module 754 DOCUMENTING PROCESS CALIBRATOR Hand Pump Pressure transmitter manufacturers have improved the accuracy and technology designed into these smart pressure measurement devices. Many conventional calibration tools have become inadequate or simply unable to test and calibrate these high accuracy pressure transmitters. Better test solutions are required. Verifying and documenting the performance and adjusting a HART smart pressure transmitter can require a bucket full of tools. Performing this task with a HART enabled calibrator like the Fluke 754 simplifies the task and reduces what you need to carry. Before going to the field: install the pressure module adapter to the hand pump with thread seal. Once the adapter is properly installed on the pump, changing modules to different pressure ranges is a snap, no tools required. To get the accuracy needed: to test these new high accuracy transmitters match the pressure measurement standard range closely to the device tested. For example, use a 100 psi pressure module to calibrate and test a transmitter ranged at 100 psi. Industry standards suggest the measurement standard should be 4-10 times more accurate than the device being tested so best-in-class accuracy is required. The Fluke 754 utilizes the 750P series pressure modules and has built-in HART functionality to enable smart trims on transmitters. It can also document transmitter performance before and after adjustment and calculate pass/fail errors. + – – PWR/ COMM TEST Pressure Input mA Measure, 24V Loop To perform the test: STEP Isolate the transmitter from the process being measured and its loop 1 wiring. If measuring the mA signal across the transmitter test diode leave the wires intact, but note this method does not give the best mA measurement accuracy. STEP Connect the mA measurement jacks of the 754 to the transmitter. 2 STEP Connect the pressure module cable to the 754 and connect the 3 transmitter test hose from the hand pump to the transmitter. STEP Press the HART button on the calibrator to see the configuration of 4 the transmitter. STEP Press HART again and the calibrator will offer the correct measure/source 5 Suggested test tools combination for the test. If documenting the calibration press As-Found, input the test tolerance and follow the prompts. If the measured mA signal at the test points is found within tolerance the test is complete. If not, adjustment is required. STEP Select adjust and trim the transmitter’s pressure zero, mA output signal 6 and input sensor. STEP After adjustment select As-Left, document the condition of the transmitter 7 26 Fluke 754 Documenting Process Calibrator-HART Fluke 700G Precision Pressure Gauge Calibrator See pg 5 See pg 13 Pressure Applications Fluke 750P Series Pressure Modules Fluke 700PTP-1 Pneumatic Test Pump See pg 12 See pg 23 after adjustment and if the test passes, it is complete. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. TECH TIPS Sometimes it is necessary to trim the input sensor of the transmitter more than once. It is critical that the pressure module be zeroed before test and adjustment. For best ßadjustment success: • After pressing Fetch for the pressure measurement, select the trim button quickly before the pressure measurement changes. • Give the measured mA and pressure time to settle for best measurement results. • Always de-bug the pressure test setup for leaks in the shop before going to the field, including installing the pressure module connection adapter to the hand pump. • If the full scale value of the transmitter is less than 25 % of the full scale of the pressure module, select a lower range pressure module for best results. • If performing higher pressure calibrations with a hydraulic pump, use the correct fluid such as mineral oil or de-ionized water. Standard tap water will leave deposits in the pump and cause erratic operation, leaks or difficulty priming. • If the pass/fail accuracy is set at the limits for the transmitter, adjust the transmitter if the errors are greater than 25 % of limits. • If the errors are less than 25 % of limits, it might be best to not adjust the transmitter as adjusting might make it less accurate. See the smart pressure calibration video at: www.fluke.com/pressurevideo HART Smart Transmitter calibration application note at: www.fluke.com/smarttranappnote Pressure Applications 27 3130 Pressure transmitter calibration – at the bench AIR SUPPLY PORTABLE PRESSURE CALIBRATOR FILTER OUTPUT -12 PSI TO 300 PSI (-8 kPa TO 2 MPa) 330 PSI MAX (2.3 MPa) CLOSED EXTERNAL PRESSURE MODULE CLOSE VALVE BEFORE OPERATING PUMP F1 F2 PRESSURE SENSOR SUPPLY METERING VALVE F3 ISOLATION VALVE PRESSURE VACUUM + VENT Technicians calibrate at the bench to ensure calibrations are effective and don’t result in degradation of performance. They ensure that all components are in good working order prior to installation, and can evaluate them when component failure is suspected. The bench provides a stable ambient environment for calibration, an opportunity to use the most accurate equipment, and protection from factory conditions during the commissioning, testing, and calibration of pressure transmitters. ZERO V mA SWITCH TEST PUMP VENT HOME PUMP FINE ADJUSTMENT FINE ADJUSTMENT – CAUTION VENT LINE BEFORE MAKING SELECTION LOOP COM 24 V DC CHARGE SERIAL NO. 30 V MAX FLUKE CORPORATION EVERETT, WA USA www.flukecal.com TECH TIPS • Inaccurate calibration equipment will only degrade the performance of the transmitter. 16 V DC 5.6 A • Manufacturers recommend using precise calibration equipment under stable, ambient conditions for best results. To perform the test: STEP Connect the transmitter test hose from the calibrator to the transmitter 1 STEP Connect the mA measurement jacks of the calibrator to the transmitter 2 • Commission transmitters at the bench so security settings and protection for failure modes can be set before exposing transmitter electronics to factory conditions. STEP Set the pressure/vacuum selection knob to the necessary function 3 STEP Close the vent knob and supply metering valve 4 STEP Apply pressure or vacuum from the pump by holding down the 5 pump button and release when the necessary pressure is reached STEP Correct the pressure with the fine pressure adjustment 6 Suggested test tools STEP Read the reference pressure and the current output of the transmitter 7 from the display STEP Repeat for all test points. If the measured mA signal at the test points 8 Fluke 3130 Portable Pressure Calibrator See pg 14 28 Pressure Applications Fluke 754 Documenting Process Calibrator-HART See pg 5 Fluke 719Pro Electric Pressure Calibrator See pg 11 P3000 Hydraulic Deadweight Testers See pg 14 Fluke 700PTP-1 Pneumatic Test Pump See pg 23 is found within tolerance the test is complete. If not, then adjustment is required. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. How to use a deadweight tester Fluke 719 electric pressure calibrator demonstration Transmitter Calibration with the Fluke 750 Series DPC HART transmitter calibration Pressure Applications 29 789 PROCESSMETER Pressure switch testing – manual approach Pressure Gauge 100% MIN MAX RANGE HOLD SpanCheck %STEP COARSE FINE 0% Accurate calibration of pressure switches is a critical step in ensuring process quality and the safe operation of equipment. The setup is similar to pressure gauge calibration except now a voltage or continuity across a set of switch contacts needs to be read either by a (Digital Multimeter) DMM or the calibrator. The purpose of the calibration is to detect and correct errors in the set point and deadband of the pressure switch. Calibrators can save you time by reducing steps and reducing the amount of equipment you have to bring to the job. With the right calibrator the entire process can be automated. mV TECH TIPS Hz REL mA A V V mA OFF mA OUTPUT Hand Pump 250 HART LOOP POWER mA OUTPUT 0-24mA SOURCE A SIMULATE mA COM V Pressure Input To perform the test: When you use a Fluke 754 or 3130 to automate the pressure switch calibration, vary the applied pressure slowly, back and forth across the setpoint and reset points. The display will make it apparent that the set/reset has changed and the actuals will be logged. Setup STEP Safely disconnect the device from the process it controls. 1 STEP Connect the calibrator or DMM to the common and NO (normally open) 2 output terminals of the switch. The DMM or calibrator will measure an “open circuit”. if measuring continuity. If measuring V ac be sure the tool is properly rated for the voltage being measured. STEP Connect the pressure switch to a pressure source such as a hand pump 3 connected to a gauge. Rising pressure STEP Increase the source pressure to the setpoint of the switch until the switch 4 Suggested test tools changes state from open to close. Manually record the pressure value when the DMM indicates a “short circuit” or if using a calibrator it will record the value for you. Falling pressure STEP Continue to increase the pressure until the maximum rated pressure. 5 Slowly reduce the pressure until the switch changes state again, and resets from closed to open, then record the pressure. Calculation STEP The setpoint pressure was recorded when the pressure was rising. 6 Fluke 754 Documenting Process Calibrator-HART See pg 5 30 Pressure Applications Fluke 719Pro Electric Pressure Calibrator Fluke 3130-G2M Portable Pressure Calibrator See pg 11 See pg 14 Fluke 750P Series Pressure Modules See pg 12 Fluke 700PTP-1 Pneumatic Test Pump The deadband value is the difference between the rising setpoint pressure and the falling pressure reset point. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. See the pressure switch test video at: www.fluke.com/pressureswitch Calibrating pressure switches with a DPC See pg 23 Pressure Applications 31 Pressure switch testing–documented Pressure Module TECH TIPS Hand Pump Pressure Input To perform the test: With a modern documenting calibrator you can test for dry contacts opening and closing on the switch or if you are using the Fluke 753 or 754 you can leave the switch connected to the live voltage and the calibrator will measure the changing AC voltage and interpret it as opening and closing of the switch. One cautionary note: it is always safer to test a de-energized circuit, but this is not always possible. Also, do not measure AC voltages above 300 V ac as that is the maximum rating of the 75X family. 480 V ac 3-phase voltages must be de-energized and disconnected from the switch if testing with the 75X family. Classic methods for pressure switch testing have been superseded with the introduction of new pressure test tools. Today most pressure switches are tested with a pressure gauge mounted to a pump to supply and measure pressure, and a DMM set to continuity to verify the opening and closing of the switch. The technician or electrician making the test is required to interpret the pressure applied to the switch when the continuity beeper sounds indicating contact closure of the switch. A workable solution but new tools can make this task easier. Modern calibrators can automatically record the pressure applied when a pressure switch changes from open to closed and from closed to open. In doing so the switch set point and reset point and deadband are much easier to determine. STEP To get started testing the switch, connect as shown above. In this example 1 we will test dry contacts and continuity. To measure continuity for the test select resistance measurement. Then toggle to the source screen mode and select pressure to display the pressure generated by the hand pump and measured by the pressure module. Advance the calibrator mode to the split screen test mode. STEP The next step is to describe the switch and whether it is normally open 2 Suggested test tools or closed at ambient pressure. The relaxed state of the switch is the reset state. The set state is the condition of the switch it changes to with applied pressure or vacuum. In this example the switch is normally open and is expected to close when the pressure applied exceeds 10 psi. Next the allowable pressure variance of the switch set state and deadband size needs to be defined. In this example the ideal switch set value is 10 psi and is allowed +/- 1 psi of deviation. The allowable reset pressure is described in the deadband tolerance. In this instance the reset state must be more than 1 psi less than the found set pressure but not greater than 3 psi less than the found set pressure. STEP Once the test tolerances are fully defined start the test. Increase the 3 Fluke 754 Documenting Process Calibrator-HART See pg 5 32 Pressure Applications Fluke 750P Series Pressure Modules See pg 12 Fluke 700PTP-1 Pneumatic Test Pump See pg 23 Fluke 71X Hose Kit Accessory See pg 23 pressure until the calibrator captures the set state pressure value. Then decrease the pressure until the reset pressure is found. Repeat increasing and decreasing the pressure across the switch looking for repeatability in your set and reset pressure measurements. Once satisfied with the result press done to get the pass/fail evaluation of the switch. If the switch fails the test adjustment or replacement of the switch may be required. If the switch is adjusted repeat the test to document the As-Left condition of the switch before putting back into service. The test result is now documented and ready for upload to calibration management software. • The key to a good switch test is repeatability. Repeatability is best achieved by applying a slow change in pressure to the switch as it approaches its set or reset pressure. • When performing the test find out where the switch sets and make sure the vernier/fine adjustment of your test pump has enough adjustment to vary the pressure up to the set point. In this way the pressure can be changed slowly capturing an accurate switch set point pressure. Repeat this procedure for the reset point. • With practice you can get the vernier of the pump within range of the set and reset point pressure and get excellent repeatability of your tests (within the limitations of the switch being tested). Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Pressure switch video Pressure switch application note Pressure calibration application note Pressure Applications 33 721 PRESSURE CALIBRATOR Gas custody transfer flow computer calibration F1 F2 F3 ZERO V mA 7.21psi 30V 24mA MAX COM Gas custody transfer flow computers that calculate flow in pipelines by measuring the differential pressure across a flow restriction, such as an orifice plate or other differential pressure flow device, require special calibration to perform at optimum accuracy. Gas flow computers make three primary measurements to calculate flow: volumetric flow (difference in pressure across the orifice plate), static pressure in a pipeline and gas temperature. A calculation is performed using this data to determine the actual mass and volume of the gas flowing through the pipeline. These calibrations can be made with three separate calibrators, a low pressure, high pressure and a temperature calibrator or use a multifunction calibration tool designed for this specific task. An example of a calibrator purposed for this task is the Fluke 721 or 721Ex. It has two builtin pressure ranges and the ability to measure temperature. The most popular configuration is 16 psi/1 bar on the low pressure (P1) sensor side and 1500/100 bar or 3000 psi/200 bar on the high pressure (P2) sensor side. It measures temperature using a precision RTD accessory and can display all three measurements at once if desired. Pump Close valves 720TRD RTD Probe Close valves Fluid stream Fluid stream To perform the test: To get started, isolate the flow computer from the pipeline. It is normally installed with a 5 valve manifold. If so, closing the valves on the pipeline side of the manifold should isolate it. Be sure to follow local policy and safety procedures when performing this isolation step. Set the P1 sensor of the 721 to measure inH20 and the P2 sensor to measure PSI and the temperature sensor to measure degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit as needed. STEP Low pressure differential pressure calibration is performed using 1 atmospheric pressure as a low side reference. Vent the low connection of the flow computer or pressure transmitter and connect the high pressure connection of the flow computer or transmitter to the low pressure port (P1) on the calibrator. Connect the computer (PC) to the flow computer serial or USB port. The PC will instruct the user to apply one or more test pressures to the flow computer or transmitter. For example, 0, 100 and 200 inH20. Squeeze the pump to get close to the test pressure and use the vernier or fine pressure adjust to dial in. STEP Static pressure calibration will normally be applied to either the same 2 Suggested test tools high pressure port of the flow computer or both the high and low pressure ports. Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions for details. Connect the high pressure sensor input (P2) to the appropriate port on the flow computer or transmitter and to the high pressure test source. The PC will instruct the pressures for the user to apply from the pressure source. TECH TIPS • Always center the vernier of your hand pump before starting any pressure calibration. This will allow you to increase or decrease the pressure when making fine adjustments. • Store the temperature probe in a protective case such as the built in slot of the 721 soft case. Exposing the RTD probe to mechanical stress can reduce the measurement accuracy of the probe. • Be careful to not connect the P1 low pressure side of the calibrator when doing high pressure calibrations or measurement or the sensor will be damaged and possibly rupture creating a dangerous condition. • Inserting the RTD probe prior to the pressure calibrations typically allows sufficient time to reach a stable temperature measurement. STEP Temperature calibration of the temperature measurement on the flow 3 computer is done with a single temperature point at the pipeline operating temperature. Insert the RTD probe into the test thermowell and allow time for the measurement to stabilize. The PC will prompt the user to enter the temperature measured by the calibrator. Remove the RTD from the test thermowell and the calibration is complete. STEP Flow Computers with 4 to 20 mA inputs: Many flow computers utilize a Fluke 721 Precision Dual Range Pressure Calibrator See pg 12 34 Pressure Applications Fluke 700G Precision Pressure Gauge Calibrator See pg 13 Fluke 754 Documenting Process Calibrator-HART See pg 5 Fluke 750P Series Pressure Modules See pg 12 4 low pressure, static and temperature transmitter to convert the measured parameters into 4 to 20 mA signals. In this instance these transmitters may need individual calibration if the test results are not satisfactory (see HART Transmitter Calibration application note or video for more details). Another source for errors in this configuration is the input A/D cards of the flow computer. These can be independently tested using a mA signal source from a loop calibrator. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. HART pressure and HART smart RTD transmitter 754 videos Custody Transfer calibration application note HART transmitter calibration Pressure Applications 35 Verifying process gauges, analog and digital Both analog and digital process gauges need to be verified to detect errors related to drift, environment, electrical supply, addition of components to the output loop, and other process changes. Pressure gauges may be verified in the field or at the bench. Field calibration may save time, and allows for troubleshooting in the process environment. Multifunction calibrators make it easier to do this with one tool, and documenting calibrators make it easier to follow procedures, capture data and document results. Bench calibration provides an environment where the gauge can be cleaned, inspected, tested, and recertified under reference conditions for the best possible accuracy. TECH TIPS Pressure Module • Safety First! Check all fittings, adapters and connecting tubing ratings for pressures used. Hand Pump Pressure Input • Gas is preferred for cleanliness requirements but use caution when generating pressures above 2,000 psi. To perform the test: STEP Isolate the pressure gauge from the process using valves, or by removing 1 the gauge from the process. STEP Connect the gauge to the calibrator or reference gauge. For hydraulic 2 pressure gauges it’s important to remove any gas that might be trapped in the fluid in the gauge, calibrator, and connections by priming the system. When generating pressure allow a few moments for stability. Compare the reading of the gauge under test with the master gauge or calibrator. STEP For hydraulic pressure gauges it’s important prime the system. This will 3 remove any gas that might be trapped in the fluid in the gauge, calibrator or connections. STEP When generating pressure allow a few moments for the measurement 4 Suggested test tools to stabilize. When using a hydraulic hand pump as a source it can take several minutes for the pressure to stabilize due to the thermodynamic effect of fluids. STEP Compare the reading of the gauge under test with the master 5 Traditional and Electronic Deadweight Testers See pg 14-15 36 Pressure Applications P5514, or P5515 Hydraulic Pressure Comparator See pg 13 2700G Series Reference Pressure Gauges Fluke 3130 Portable Pressure Calibrator See pg 13 See pg 14 gauge or calibrator. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. • Remember to tap analog gauges at each point due to friction in mechanical parts. • Industry standards usually desire calibration equipment to be 4-10 times more accurate than the device under test. • When in the field, connect pressure gauges through a manifold or “tee” connector. • Use adapter fittings when workloads require calibrating a wide variety of gauges. • Consider first, the in-use orientation of a device and use an angle adapter at the bench to achieve similar orientation. • Use a liquid-to-liquid separator to prevent contamination in hydraulic applications. How to use a deadweight tester Fluke 719 electric pressure calibrator demonstration Transmitter Calibration with the Fluke 750 Series DPC HART transmitter calibration Pressure Applications 37 Calibrating at the bench with a deadweight tester A deadweight tester is a proven method of pressure calibration that is usually chosen for bench applications when accuracy and reliability are the top requirements. Calibrations are performed at the bench for convenience and to maintain reference conditions. The bench is a convenient location to clean, inspect, calibrate and repair with all the necessary equipment available. Reference conditions are necessary to achieve the reference accuracy of the device under test and the calibration standards. Reference accuracy may be required to maintain the necessary test uncertainty ratios (TUR). 100% 0% 50% TECH TIPS • Deadweight tester weights are calibrated to match a wide range of pressure units. • Local gravity often is the largest factor affecting accuracy. Use Fluke PRESSCAL software to achieve accuracy of +/- 0.008%. To perform the test: STEP The pressure gauge should be mounted in the same orientation • To increase the number of available set points, use incremental weight sets. STEP Measurement points should be distributed uniformly over the • Forgo wrenches or PTFE tape by using adapters to fit multiple sizes and types of devices with leak tight seals to 20,000 psi. 1 2 (vertical or horizontal) as in the process. calibration range. STEP Calibrated weights are placed on the instrument corresponding 3 to the measurement points. STEP Pressure is added with an internal pump or screw press until the piston 4 holding the weights begins to float. STEP The piston and weight are spun by hand to minimize friction. 5 STEP While the piston is floating the reading on the device under test is com- 6 Suggested test tools Using liquid: pared to the pressure corresponding to the sum of the selected weights. Using gas: • Safety First! Choose fittings, tubing and seals with pressure ratings above the full scale of the instrument. • Hydraulic systems are preferable to gas systems for pressures above 2000 psi due to safety and ease of use. • Consider achieving cleanliness using distilled water as a media or use a liquid separator from Fluke instead of gas. • Lubrication can improve performance by using oil when it is allowed. P3100, P3200, or P3800 Series Hydraulic Deadweight Tester 6531, 6532 Electronic Deadweight Tester P3000 Series Pneumatic Deadweight Tester See pg 15 See pg 14 Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Check out the 700G videos. 700G Data Sheet. Interpreting Specifications for Process Calibrators, Application Note See pg 15 38 Pressure Applications Pressure Applications 39 50% 0% 100% Calibrating at the bench with a pressure comparator 2000 PSI 148 BAR TECH TIPS A pressure comparator is a convenient instrument for bench pressure calibration. Bench calibrations are performed to maintain reference conditions and to obtain the lowest possible uncertainties. The bench is also a convenient place to inspect, adjust, and repair the devices under test. • Use a reference gauge with better accuracy to meet test uncertainty ratios over a wider range of pressures. • Forgo wrenches or PTFE tape by using adapters to fit multiple sizes and types of devices with leak tight seals to 20,000 psi. • Safety first! Always use fittings, tubing, and seals with pressure ratings above full scale of the instrument. To perform the test: STEP The pressure gauge should be mounted in the same orientation 1 (vertical or horizontal) as in the process. An angle adapter such as the P5543 may be used. STEP The reference pressure gauge (2700G) should be mounted such that the 2 display is easily seen. STEP For hydraulic comparators prime the fluid with the priming pump, 3 to remove any bubbles. • If possible use oil for better lubrication. • Use gas to improve cleanliness or a liquid-toliquid separator available from Fluke. • Hydraulic systems are preferable to gas systems for pressures above 2000 psi due to safety and ease of use. STEP Measurement points should be distributed uniformly over the calibration 4 Suggested test tools Using liquid: range. Conveniently source pressure with a manual pump up to 300 psi, after that use an external pressure supply. STEP For gas comparators use the fine needle valve or fine adjustment screw 5 Using gas: press to precisely meter the pressure. STEP With hydraulic models use the screw press to source and fine adjust 6 the pressure. STEP The source pressure can be adjusted until the device under test is 7 40 P5514, or P5515 Hydraulic Pressure Comparator P5510, or P5513 Gas Pressure Comparator 2700G Series Reference Pressure Gauges See pg 13 See pg 12 See pg 13 Pressure Applications reading a nominal pressure or until the reference gauge reads the nominal pressure. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Check out the 700G videos. 700G Data Sheet. Interpreting Specifications for Process Calibrators, Application Note Pressure Applications 41 Use and selection of hand pumps and pressure test gauges for field pressure testing To perform the test: STEP The pressure gauge should be mounted in the same ori- TECH TIPS STEP The reference pressure gauge (2700G) should be mount- • The key to a good experience in using a hand pump, either pneumatic or hydraulic, is to test and debug your test setup in the shop before going to the field. Minimizing the number of pressure connections minimizes the probability for leaks. Mount the test gauge carefully to the test pump in the shop. 1 It’s important to select the proper pump and gauge to match the testing application at hand—a good guideline is the testing device should be 4-10 times more accurate than the device being tested. To achieve this, match the measurement to be made as closely to the full scale value of the test gauge. This delivers the best accuracy from the gauge. 2 entation (vertical or horizontal) as in the process. ed vertically. STEP For hydraulic comparators prime the fluid with the prim- 3 ing pump, to remove any bubbles. STEP Measurement points should be distributed uniformly over 4 the calibration range. Conveniently source pressure with a manual pump up to 300 psi, after that use an external pressure supply. STEP For gas comparators use the fine needle valve or fine 5 adjustment screw press to precisely meter the pressure. STEP With hydraulic models use the screw press to source and 6 fine adjust the pressure. STEP The source pressure can be adjusted until the device 7 under test is reading a nominal pressure or until the reference gauge reads the nominal pressure. • When attempting to get maximum pressure out of a pneumatic pump, adjust the fine adjust vernier all the way to down to the stop so turning the vernier increases the pressure. When approaching the target pressure use the vernier to increase to your target pressure. Suggested test tools Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Check out the 700G videos. Fluke 700G Precision Pressure Gauge Calibrator See pg 13 42 Pressure Applications Fluke 700PTPK2 Pneumatic Test Pressure Kit • Be sure to consider the hoses that connect from the hand pump to the device to be tested. There are a variety of specialty “no tools required” connectors to connect to the test hose to make this easy. If these connectors are not available be sure to have a variety of adapters, wrenches and PFTE sealing tape to be able to connect from the test hose to the input port of the device for testing. If using “push fit” hoses it is likely they will eventually leak. Each time - a push fit hose is connected, it leaves a mark on the test hose and eventually does not seal well. To eliminate the leak cut off the affected portion of the test hose so there is a clean surface to connect to. This process will need to be repeated with use. Fluke 700HTPK2 Hydraulic Test Pressure Kit Fluke 700TTH 10K Transmitter Test Hose See pg 23 700G Data Sheet. Interpreting Specifications for Process Calibrators, Application Note • When using hydraulic hand pumps remember the thermodynamic effect. Once any fluid is compressed, the temperature increases and the fluid expands. This becomes obvious when pumping to a target pressure with a hydraulic pump. Once the target pressure is met the fluid has expanded. As the fluid cools and contracts the pressure quickly bleeds down until it reaches temperature equilibrium, this can take 5 minutes or more. Once the temperature stops changing, dial the desired pressure back in with the vernier adjuster. Pressure Applications 43 INTRODUCTION Temperature devices in process manufacturing environments provide measurements to the process plants’ control systems. The performance of these temperature instruments is often critical to optimized operation of the process manufacturing plant or proper functioning of the plant’s safety systems. Temperature Applications Process temperature instruments are often installed in harsh operating environments, causing their performance and the performance of their sensors to shift or change over time. Keeping these devices measuring temperature within expected limits requires periodic verification, maintenance and adjustments. APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE 75X 72X 712B/ 714B 1551A/ 1552A 1523/ 1524 914X 7526A Calibrate and test RTD sensors *• *• *712B * * Ideal *• Calibrate and test thermocouple sensors *• *714B * * Ideal * Model number 418X Application Simulate RTDs • 712B • Simulate thermocouples • 714B • Generate precision temperatures Documenting temperature transmitter calibrations • Ideal Temperature transmitter calibration with sensor *• Calibrating HART smart temperature transmitters Ideal Temperature switch/ controller testing and calibration Ideal Temperature switch/ controller testing live contacts Ideal • 726 • Infrared thermometer test and calibration Ideal Verifying process temperature gauges Logging temperature measurements • • Precision temperature measurement Automated batch testing of temperature sensors** • • 1552A Ideal • Ideal • Ideal * Requires a dry-well such as 914X or 910X ** Requires both a dry-well and a 1586A 44 Temperature Applications Temperature Applications 45 Calibrating and testing RTD sensors 100.2° C MENU Typically RTDs are checked while calibrating the connected device, such as a panel meter or temperature transmitter. However, if a problem is suspected with a temperature sensor, sensor calibrations can be performed separately from the calibration of process electronics. ENTER 100.00°C F1 F2 F3 Field checks of temperature sensors can be easily performed with a dry-block or Micro-Bath. For best results, a full calibration of a temperature sensor is performed at the bench. F4 100.00°C F1 F2 F3 F4 To perform the test: STEP Isolate the sensor from the process. 1 STEP Fully immerse the sensor into a precision temperature source, such as a 2 dry-well or bath capable of covering the required temperature range. TECH TIPS • Dry-wells have inserts that are interchangeable and have a variety of hole patterns to accommodate various probe sizes. • To achieve published performance levels, the insert’s hole size should be no more than a few hundredths of an inch larger than the probe being calibrated. • Avoid placing fluids in a dry-well. If fluids are required, use a Micro-Bath instead. • If climbing a ladder is required, dry-wells are safer than baths, and handheld dry-wells may be the most convenient. STEP For best accuracy, also fully immerse a temperature standard into the dry- 3 well or bath for comparison (the process version of Field Metrology Wells have a built-in precision readout for the temperature standard). STEP To check the calibration of the RTD separately from the control system 4 Suggested test tools temperature indicator, disconnect the RTD from the electronics. STEP Connect the RTD to a precision instrument capable of measuring resis- 5 tance. (The process version of Field Metrology Wells have the required electronics built in.) STEP Adjust the temperature of the bath or dry-well to each of the test points 6 (With Field Metrology Wells these test points can be preprogrammed and automated.) STEP At each test point record the readings of the temperature standard and 7 9144 Field Metrology Well and 5615 Secondary Reference Temperature Standard 9102S Handheld Dry-Well 9100S Handheld Dry-Well See pg 18 See pg 18 See pg 17 46 Temperature Applications 9009 Industrial Dual-Block Thermometer Calibrator See pg 18 726 Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator 6102 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator and 1523-P1 Reference Thermometer See pg 6 See pg 19 and 20 RTD. STEP If measuring the RTD separate from its measurement electronics, compare 8 the measured resistances to the expected resistance from the applicable temperature table. Otherwise, compare the reading on the instrument display to the reading of the temperature standard (which may be the dry-well). Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. How to Calibrate an RTD Using a Dryblock Calibrator webinar 914X Field Metrology Wells Video Series Industrial Temperature Calibrators Workload Matrix Temperature Applications 47 Calibrating and testing thermocouple sensors 100.00°C 266.03°C SETPT: 266.00 °C HEAT: 22 •/• TC—T : 265.783 °C Thermocouples are common in industry because they are inexpensive and cover a wide temperature range. F1 F2 F3 F4 F1 F2 F3 F4 They should be tested during commissioning and again when removed from a process to verify that tolerances were met. Additionally, thermocouples may be tested at regular calibration intervals and when suspected of failing to meet their performance specifications. Often thermocouples need to be calibrated prior to use for mapping a temperature controlled enclosure, or they have to be calibrated for use as a temperature standard. Due to the unique characteristics of thermocouples, they are best calibrated in situ (in place) by comparison to a temperature standard. However, in situations where that is not practical, it is necessary to remove the thermocouple and place it in a precision temperature source such as a dry-well. To perform the test: STEP Isolate the sensor from the process. 1 STEP Fully immerse the sensor into a precision temperature source such as a 2 dry-well or bath capable of covering the required temperature range. STEP To check the calibration of the thermocouple separately from control 3 TECH TIPS system temperature indicator, disconnect the thermocouple from the electronics. • Depending on the thermocouple, incorrectly setting reference junction compensation may result in a temperature error of around 23 °C. Also, the reference junction compensation accuracy of the meter may be the largest contributor to the error. • Thermocouple wire generates a voltage whenever two adjacent points along the wire are at different temperatures. • The whole length of the wire (not just the probe tip) generates the voltage. This means the whole wire needs to be treated carefully and considered during the calibration. STEP Connect the thermocouple to a precision instrument capable of measuring 4 Suggested test tools millivolts. (The process version of Field Metrology Wells have the required electronics built in.) STEP If the thermocouple has a reference junction (most do not), then ensure 5 that the reference junction is also immersed at the required reference temperature. Usually, this is 0 °C. STEP Typically, the thermocouple will not have a reference junction. In that 6 case, ensure that the precision voltage measurement device has reference junction compensation (may be identified as RJC or CJC) turned on. STEP Adjust the temperature of the bath or dry-well to each of the test points. 7 (With Field Metrology Wells these test points can be preprogrammed and automated.) STEP At each test point record the readings of the temperature standard and 48 9144 Field Metrology Well 9100S Handheld Dry-Well See pg 17 See pg 17 Temperature Applications 9150 Thermocouple Furnace 6102 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator See pg 19 See pg 19 8 thermocouple. STEP If measuring the thermocouple separate from its measurement electronics, 9 Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Thermocouple Fundamentals application note compare the measured voltage to the expected voltage from the applicable temperature table. Otherwise, compare the reading on the instrument display to the reading of the temperature standard (which may be the dry-well). Temperature Applications 49 Simulating Thermocouples and RTDs for calibration and testing TEST DC PWR – ++ – TEST DC PWR – ++ – Simulating thermocouples and RTDs for calibration and testing TC transmitter calibration connection Thermocouples and RTDs are the most common sensors used in process temperature measurements. TC transmitter calibration connection Simulating a process sensor signal into a process instrument or control system input enables a technician to verify whether the device responds correctly to the temperature measured by the instrument. There are many different ways to simulate these sensors for testing purposes. 1 2 3 °C Ohm Diff. °C Ohm Diff. °C Ohm Diff. 0 0.000 0.039 0.079 0.119 0 100.00 0.39 10 103.90 0.39 20 107.79 0.39 10 0.397 0.437 0.477 0.517 1 100.39 0.39 11 104.29 0.39 21 108.18 0.39 20 0.796 0.838 0.879 0.919 2 100.78 0.39 12 104.68 0.39 22 108.57 0.39 30 1.203 1.244 1.285 1.326 3 101.17 0.39 13 105.07 0.39 23 108.96 0.39 40 1.612 1.653 1.694 1.735 4 101.56 0.39 14 105.46 0.39 24 109.35 0.39 50 2.023 2.064 2.106 2.147 5 101.95 0.39 15 105.85 0.39 25 109.73 0.39 60 2.436 2.478 2.519 2.561 6 102.34 0.39 16 106.24 0.39 26 110.12 0.39 70 2.851 2.893 2.934 2.976 7 102.73 0.39 17 106.63 0.39 27 110.51 0.39 80 3.267 3.308 3.350 3.391 8 103.12 0.39 18 107.02 0.39 28 110.90 0.39 90 3.682 3.723 3.765 3.806 9 103.51 0.39 19 107.40 0.38 29 111.28 0.38 100 4.096 4.136 4.179 4.220 Suggested test tools 50 See pg 17 Temperature Applications ESS CALIB RATOR S-2 TEST DC PWR – ++ – S-4 S-2 TEST DC PWR – ++ – S-1 S-4 S-1 S-3 RTD transmitter calibration S-3 connection To use a thermocouple simulator to test a device with a thermocouple input: STEP Disconnect the process measurement sensor and connect the test connection wires in its place (Figure A). STEP Connect the mini-connector from the test wires to the TC source connection of the calibrator. STEP Connect a DMM or other measurement tool to the tested device’s mA output. STEP Verify the devices range or span. Apply the 0% value with the simulator and verify with the DMM that the output mA value or voltage is as expected. 1 2 4 726 Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator 754 Documenting Process Calibrator See pg 6 See pg 5 To use an RTD simulator to test a device with an RTD input: ©2015 Fluke Corporation. Specifications subject to change without notice. 07/2015 6005865a-en STEP Repeat the test, applying the 50% and 100% temperature signals. STEP If the measured output of the device is within limits, the test is complete. If not, adjust the device at zero (offset, 0%) and span (gain, 100%). 6 See pg 5 ING PROC C-1 5 See pg 17 RATOR C-2 3 7526A Precision Process Calibrator DOCUMENT ESS CALIB ©2015 Fluke Corporation. Specifications subject to change without notice. 07/2015 6005865a-en 0 714 Thermocouple Temperature Calibrator 754 ING PROC RTD transmitter calibration connection To perform the test: RTD Table – Temperature vs Resistance °C 712 RTD Temperature Calibrator DOCUMENT C-1 C-2 You can use a mV dc source and a mV vs temperature look up table (below on the left), for simulating thermocouples or a resistance decade box and resistance vs temperature look up table (below on the right), for simulating RTDs. This method, however, has become outdated with modern temperature calibrators that do the conversion for the user. With modern calibrators, simply select the sensor type to simulate, input the temperature to source and connect to the devices under test. Thermocouple Table – Temperature vs mV 754 STEP 7 Repeat steps 4 and 5 and verify for a correct response. STEP Connect the calibrator to the 1 device input as shown in figure B. STEP Connect the calibrator output 2 with the right combination to match the device configuration (2, 3 or 4-wire). STEP Use the test procedure at left 3 TECH TIPS • When simulating a thermocouple signal from a simulator, always use the correct thermocouple wire for the test, either the exact same TC wire type or a compatible extension wire type. • When simulating temperature using a calibrator with active reference junction compensation, remember the calibrator actively compensates for temperature changes. Changes in ambient temperature should be compensated for automatically. • When testing 3-wire RTD circuits make sure to connect all three wires from the sourcing RTD simulator to the device being tested. Shorting out the compensation wire at the transmitter defeats the lead compensation circuit and introduces measurement errors. for thermocouple testing, starting at step 3. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Testing, troubleshooting, calibrating process temperature devices webinar Temperature calibration application note Fluke temperature calibrators deliver high accuracy, speed, and convenience Temperature Applications 5151 Using a precision thermometer for single point process temperature verification RS 232 It’s not always possible or practical to remove instruments from a process for calibration. In situ verification at a single point may be the only way to know whether an instrument is performing as expected. A single point verification is most effective over a narrow temperature range and when combined with other trends and information related to the process and equipment. It also requires the process not to be in a dynamic state of change. T1 30 V MAX 1524 CALIBRATION THERMOMETER READOUT RESET STATS The reading from the temperature standard is compared to the reading on the panel meter, controller, or transmitter to determine the error and prove the tolerance condition of the loop. mV TREND °C °F HOLD SETUP LOG HOME SAVE ENTER RECALL In a single point process temperature verification, a temperature standard such a reference PRT connected to a readout such as a 1523A is placed in thermal equilibrium with the sensor of the instrument to be verified without removing it from the process. Usually this is accomplished with a test well that is installed in a location adjacent to the sensor to be tested. 12 V DC T2 To perform the test: STEP The test well (thermowell) should be within a few inches of the 1 temperature transmitter and sensor assembly to be tested. STEP Make sure that the probe of the temperature standard is long 2 enough to reach the bottom of the test well and that air gaps between the probe and well are minimized. STEP Wait for the temperature standard to reach the temperature of 3 the test well. This will take a few minutes. STEP Check for temperature stability. A graphing digital thermometer 4 NEXT TECH TIPS • For this type of application a battery powered digital thermometer is usually preferred. • A graphing display helps the technician visualize trends such as stability quickly and easily. • Ensure that both the probe and the readout of your temperature standard have traceable calibration certificates from a competent laboratory. • If the probe and readout separate from each other, smart connectors, which include probe calibration constants, provide a best practice method of ensuring that the readout is using the correct probe calibration in its temperature readings. such as the 1524 makes stability easier to recognize. STEP Record the reading from the measurement system and the 5 Suggested test tools 52 1523-P1 Reference Thermometer 1524-P1 Reference Thermometer 1551A Ex “Stik” Thermometer Readout 1552A Ex “Stik” Thermometer Readout See pg 20 See pg 20 See pg 20 See pg 20 Temperature Applications temperature standard to determine whether the measurement system’s readings are suspect. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Temperature measurement and calibration: What every instrument technician should know Industrial temperature readout and probe selection guide Process Calibration Tools: Temperature Applications Temperature Applications 53 NTING PRO CESS CAL Temperature switch and controller testing in the field Temperature switches and controllers are commonly used in small processes and in control loops where a programmable logic controller (PLC) or larger distributed control system (DCS) are not warranted. Temperature controllers provide both switching capability based on rising and dropping temperatures, as well as a local indication of the measured temperature. Most temperature controllers have some form of tuning, using damping and PID (Proportional, Integral and Derivative values) for smoothing out the measured process temperature, reducing variability. IBRATOR TECH TIPS 200.0° C MENU ENTER To perform the test: To use a thermocouple simulator to test a switch with a thermocouple input: STEP Disconnect the process measurement sensor. 1 Closed 50 C Deadband Open Setpoint Reset High Limit Process Variable Open Reset Deadband 20 C Closed Setpoint The terminology around switches can be confusing. The set state of the switch is the action the switch takes when an input stimulus above or below a specified value is applied. This stimulus can prompt an action such as closing a switch, which in turn starts or stops a motor, or opens and closes a valve. The reset point is considered the relaxed state of the switch, which is typically referred to as “Normally Open” or “Normally Closed.” This describes the default condition of the switch. Lastly, deadband is the band of temperature equal to the difference between the temperatures where a switch sets, and resets. See illustration at left. STEP Connect the mini-connector from the test wires to the TC source 2 connection of the calibrator (figure above). STEP Connect the calibrator resistance measurement terminals to the 3 switch contacts to measure continuity. STEP Set the calibrator to source/simulate the correct thermocouple type 4 and to measure resistance. STEP Configure the calibrator for the switch test describing the expected 5 setpoint temperature, allowable deviation and expected deadband values. STEP Run the test and evaluate the test results. Low Limit 6 Suggested test tools STEP Adjust the switch as needed and repeat the test, confirming that the 7 adjustment was successful and the switch is performing as expected. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. 712B RTD Temperature Calibrator See pg 17 54 714B Thermocouple Temperature Calibrator See pg 17 Temperature Applications 7526A Precision Process Calibrator See pg 5 726 Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator 754 Documenting Process Calibrator See pg 6 See pg 5 • When testing the temperature switch, the applied temperature should agree with the temperature displayed on the controller or switch’s display. If it does not agree, the device’s input A/D may need adjustment per manufacturer’s procedure. • When testing a switch with damping (delay of output change for a change on the input) set, it might be necessary to test the switch manually by slowly changing the temperature in small tests. • When testing a mechanical temperature switch (no external sensor), use a field temperature bath calibrator for best results. • To test live switch contacts switching 24 V dc or 120240 V ac, select a calibrator that can measure these live voltages, such as the Fluke 75X family of Documenting Process Calibrators. Most other temperature calibrators can only measure continuity changes when testing switches. Testing, troubleshooting, calibrating process temperature devices webinar Testing a temperature switch with the Fluke 754 Process and temperature switch applications with documenting process calibrators Temperature calibration application note Fluke temperature calibrators deliver high accuracy, speed, and convenience Temperature Applications 55 Temperature switch and controller testing at the bench A temperature switch is a device that protects a thermal system by sensing temperature and closing or opening a switch to shut down a process or equipment if the temperature is outside the safe range. Temperature Switch sets - closed Temperature switches are often calibrated or tested for safety reasons to determine how accurate and repeatable the device is. The temperature at which a switch activates is called the set point and is an important value that needs to be verified during testing. Another critical safety related value is called the deadband. Below the low end of the deadband, the heating system turns on. Above the high end of the deadband, the heating system turns off. Switch tests may be operated manually or automatically. If the electronics are not built into the dry-well for a switch test, then a DMM will be needed to determine the open/ close condition. Metrology Wells and most Field Metrology Wells have built-in routines to automate switch testing. Deadband Set-point Reset Switch resets - open • Set the scan rate to a low value, i.e. 1.0 °C per minute, for better accuracy. • If the scan rate is too low, the duration of the test may be longer than necessary. Time To perform the test: STEP Isolate the switch from the process. 1 STEP Fully immerse the switch into a precision temperature source such as a 2 dry-well or bath capable of covering the required temperature range. STEP Connect the leads of the switch to a digital multimeter or to the switch 3 test inputs of the dry-well. STEP If using a Metrology Well or Field Metrology Well, increase the 4 Suggested test tools TECH TIPS temperature to the set point. Continue raising the temperature until the switch changes state and record that temperature. STEP Decrease the temperature until the switch resets (changes state again) 5 Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. 914X Field Metrology Wells Video Series and record the temperature. STEP Repeat the process as many times as needed, but reduce the ramp rate 6 and target the last measured set point and reset points to verify accuracy and repeatability. STEP Record the deadband (difference between the set point and the 7 9142, 9143, 9144 Field Metrology Wells See pg 17 56 Temperature Applications 6102 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator 7103 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator See pg 19 See pg 19 reset point). Best practices in temperature calibration Testing Temperature Switches Using Metrology Wells Temperature Applications 57 Calibrating with a micro-bath TECH TIPS 125.0° C Instrument technicians need to calibrate a wide variety of temperature sensors including liquidin-glass thermometers, dial gauges, and sensors that come in odd shapes and sizes. MENU 7103 MICRO-BATH –30°C to ENTER • Caution: the fluid level rises with higher temperatures and with the number and size of the probes placed into the fluid. 125°C -25.0 C SET DOWN UP EXIT Problems of fit and immersion that may occur with short, square, or odd-shaped sensors are practically eliminated in a Micro-Bath because the probes are immersed in a fluid that is magnetically stirred for optimal stability. 7103 MICRO-BATH –30°C to 125°C 125.0 C SET DOWN UP EXIT Micro-Baths combine the portability of a dry-well with the stability and versatility of a calibration bath. They are lighter and smaller than most dry-wells and come with a spill-proof lid. • Best results are obtained with the probe inserted to the full depth of the well. • The stabilization time of the Micro-Bath depends on the conditions and temperatures involved. Typically stability is achieved within ten minutes. To perform the test: STEP Place the calibrator on a flat surface with at least six inches of free 1 space around the instrument. STEP Carefully insert the probe basket into the well and fill with the appro- 2 Suggested test tools priate fluid. STEP For optimal performance allow the manufacturer-recommended 3 warm-up period. STEP Insert the test probe to be calibrated into the well of the bath. For best 4 performance, also insert a temperature standard for comparison. STEP Once the probe is inserted to the full depth of the bath, allow adequate 5 stabilization time for the test probe temperature to settle. STEP Once the probes have settled to the temperature of the bath, their indi- 6 58 7103 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator 7102 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator 6102 Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator 1523-P1 Reference Thermometer See pg 19 See pg 19 See pg 19 See pg 20 Temperature Applications cation may be compared to the calibrator display temperature (or to a temperature standard such as a 1551A). Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Industrial Temperature Calibrators Workload Matrix Process Calibration Tools: Temperature Applications Temperature Applications 59 Measuring (d) distance Infrared thermometer test and calibration d Manufacturer recommended large target 561 HVACPro IR THERMOMETER • Emissivity makes a big difference in infrared temperature measurement. 199.3 Smaller target Common errors include pressing the infrared calibrator too close to the hot surface of the calibrator or simply moving the infrared thermometer back and forth until the desired reading is achieved. The manufacturer will have calibrated the infrared thermometer at a specific distance with a source that meets certain size requirements and has a specific emissivity (often but not always 0.95). To have a meaningful calibration that determines whether the instrument continues to operate within its design specifications, those conditions need to be reproduced as closely as possible. TECH TIPS IR thermometer spot size Infrared thermometer calibrations can be accurate with the proper setup and planning. It’s important to choose a calibrator with a radiometrically calibrated target that is large enough to accommodate the recommended calibration distance of common infrared thermometers, along with their various fields of view. = IR thermometer field of view To perform the test: STEP Allow at least 15 minutes for the IR thermometer to reach the 1 temperature of the shop or laboratory. STEP Set the radiation source to the desired calibration temperature. 2 Depending on the temperature range a low, high, and midpoint temperature may be chosen. STEP If the infrared thermometer has an emissivity setting, it should be set to 3 match the calibrated emissivity of the source. STEP Position the infrared thermometer at the manufacturer’s recommended 4 calibration distance. STEP Center the infrared thermometer on the calibrator surface. Do this by 5 Suggested test tools adjusting the aim slightly side to side and up and down to maximize the signal. STEP The measurement time should be ten times longer than the infrared 6 • The temperature and emissivity of the 4180 and 4181 are calibrated radiometrically for the most reliable and traceable results. • The Fluke 4180 and 4181 can be set to match the emissivity setting of fixed emissivity thermometers. • The large area of the 4180 and 4181 target allows infrared thermometers to be calibrated at the recommended distance without including unwanted surfaces in the field of view. • Use a mounting device such as a tripod to maintain the calibration distance. • Measure the calibration distance from the flat plate surface to the surface of the front housing of the infrared thermometer. thermometer’s response time. This is typically five seconds for Fluke infrared thermometers. STEP Record the calibrator indicated reading and the indicated reading of 7 the thermometer under test to determine the error and tolerance status of the thermometer at each set point. STEP Repeat for the other set point temperatures. 8 Additional resources 60 4181 Precision Infrared Calibrator 4180 Precision Infrared Calibrator See pg 19 See pg 19 Temperature Applications For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Emissivity makes a difference How to Calibrate an IR Thermometer webinar Infrared Temperature Calibration 101 application note Infrared Thermometer Calibration – A Complete Guide Temperature Applications 61 Loop calibration with a temperature transmitter at the bench TEST DC PWR – ++ – TECH TIPS In industrial process industries, temperature measurement equipment usually has two components: a sensing device such as an RTD or thermocouple and a transmitter to read and relay the signal to the control system. All sensors, including RTDs, drift with time. Thus, testing the transmitter and not the sensor could result in misjudgment regarding a system’s performance. To avoid this potential problem, process instrument manufacturers recommend including the temperature sensor in loop calibration to prove the effectiveness of the entire system. 100.00°C F1 F2 F3 F4 • Streamline the process with automation and provide documentation using a Fluke 754. • Seventy-five percent of the errors in a temperature measurement system comes from the sensor. • At minimum, you need a calibrator, and a device to measure 4-20 mA and power the loop. To perform the test: • Choose a temperature standard with a 90 degree angle bend to ensure both the temperature standard and the transmitter fit in the dry-well at the same time. STEP Isolate the sensor from the process. 1 STEP Fully immerse the sensor into a precision temperature source such as a 2 Suggested test tools dry-well or bath capable of covering the required temperature range. STEP Connect the temperature standard and 4-20 mA output of the 3 transmitter to a suitable meter or calibrator (for example, the process electronics on a Fluke Field Metrology Well or the inputs of a Fluke 754). STEP Power the loop. (The Fluke 754 and the process electronics in a 4 Field Metrology Well have this capability.) STEP Adjust the temperature of the bath or dry-well to each of the test points. 5 (With Field Metrology Wells, these test points can be preprogrammed and automated.) STEP At each test point, monitor and record the readings of the 9142, 9143, 9144 Field Metrology Wells See pg 17 62 Temperature Applications 7526A Precision Process Calibrator with temperature source See pg 5 754 Documenting Process Calibrator with temperature source See pg 5 6 temperature standard and the local or remote readings connected to the transmitter output. STEP Also, record the 4-20 mA output of the transmitter to determine which 7 device needs adjustment if an adjustment is required. Additional resources For more in depth information about this application check out these videos and application notes from Fluke. Eliminating Sensor Errors in Loop Calibrations Multifunction calibration using the 7526A Precision Process Calibrator Improving loop calibration temperature accuracy Temperature Applications 63 Keeping your world up and running ® Fluke Corporation PO Box 9090, Everett, WA 98206 U.S.A. Fluke Europe B.V. 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