Digital Pressure Calibrator PC705M

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  • Range: 0 to 700 Bar
  • Accurate to ± 0,05% FS
  • RS485 interface
  • EEx/IS approved for hazardous areas
  • Portable – light weight

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High accuracy and stability – is achieved by use of a piezoresistive transducer with a built-in temperature compensation. Unlike some other pressure calibrators, accuracy is maintained when decreasing pressure which makes the unit ideal for verification of hysteresis. All units are calibrated in positive as well as in negative direction.

Compact and rugged – originally designed for use on offshore drilling rigs, the pressure calibrators offer reliable performance under the most severe conditions.

Portable – the low weight of only 8 kg makes the units ideal for one-site calibration.

Traceable – each unit is calibrated against precision pressure equipment which is traceable to national standards and each unit is supplied with a calibration certificate.

Simple and easy – test pressure is established by the integrated hydraulic pump, and the calibration pressure is read on the graphical LCD display. There is no need for fragile reference gauges.


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