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Fluke 712 RTD Temperature Calibrator

£1,026.27 Inc VAT: £1,231.52

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    Fluke 712 RTD Temperature Calibrator

    The Fluke 712 RTD Temperature Calibrator is a handheld, portable calibrator for calibrating resistance temperature detector (RTD) transmitters, including most pulsed transmitters.

    Capable of simulating and measuring seven different types of RTDs in both Celsius and Fahrenheit, this instrument is suitable for use in a wide variety of applications. It is also suitable for simulating and measuring resistance in ohms (please note the 712 does not source/measure simultaneously – each function most be performed separately).

    The Fluke 712 can measure and simulate temperature across a range of -200 to 800°C (Pt 100-385) with resolution of 0.1°C and accuracy of 0.2°C. It can measure and simulate resistance across a range of 0 to 3200Ω with resolution of 0.1Ω and accuracy of 0.025% 0.1% to 0.55%.

    This RTD temperature calibrator also has four shrouded banana jacks, has an integrated holster with storage for test leads and is compatible with Fluke’s magnetic hanging system

    • Portable, lightweight and handheld calibrator for calibrating RTDs
    • Measure temperature from RTD ouput
    • Simulate RTD output
    • Suitable for use with seven different RTD types –  Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Ni 120, 385, 392 and JIS
    • Measure additional RTDs using the resistance measurement functions
    • Simulate additional RTDs using the resistance source function
    • Switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit measurement modes
    • Four shrouded banana jack ports
    • Compatible with Rosemount pulsed RTD transmitters (pulses > 10ms)
    • Holster with storage for test leads
    • Fluke 712 RTD Temperature Calibrator
    • Protective Yellow Rubber Casing
    • Instruction Sheet
    • Single 9V Alkaline Battery
    • Test Leads and Alligator Clips
    • NIST-Traceable Calibration Report and Data