CL120 Series Calibration COOL/HEAT Source The CL120 Series is capable of simultaneous heat and cool sourcing in one unit and is available with either one or two modules. You select the combination of modules: COOL Source only, HEAT Source only, COOL Source and HEAT Source, or two HEAT Sources. Both the COOL and HEAT Sources are available with the Universal Jaw or a "five hole block."
A dual module system with simultaneous cooling and heating is a significant advantage, because temperature sensors are rarely tested at only one temperature. The most common procedure is to test at 0°C (32°F) and at the maximum temperature, thereby characterizing the offset and gain errors. Two HEAT Source systems may also be ordered.
NIST Calibration Traceability Satisfies ISO and FDA Thermal Validation requirements OMEGA certifies the accuracy of its products by using working standard test equipment that is compared to equipment calibrated yearly at NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and redundant equipment calibrated at an independent lab that maintains standards traceable to NIST. This NIST traceable documentation is provided for each calibration including the actual calibration data.
CL134 Series Temperature Source/Measure The CL134 Series has the same features as the CL120 but includes measurement capabilities. This additional feature simplifies the testing of temperature sensors by conveniently housing both the Source and Measure in one package. The CL134 Series has three distinct capabilities:
1. A COOL Source (either Universal Jaw or "five hole block") with range down to -30°C (-22°F)
2. A HEAT Source with range to 500°C (932°F) with Universal Jaw or range to 700°C (1292°F) with a "five hole block." The CL134 Series may be ordered with two HEAT Sources and no COOL Source.
3. Measures thermocouples, RTD's, Current and Voltage.
Todas las cantidades que se muestran en MXN Nota:Note for CL120 Series: Two COOL Sources not available in one instrument. Add "-230" suffix for 230 Vac power option and add $75 to price. Note for CL130 Series Add "-230" suffix for 230 Vac power option and add $75 to price. K, J, T, E, C, S, R, B, and N thermocouple types may be read with 0.1°C or °F resolution. RTDs (Resistance Temperature Detectors) may be tested in 2-, 3-, or 4-wire modes with alpha values of 0.385 or 0.392. The outputs of temperature transmitters may be read directly by the MEASURE unit in either mA or DC volts. (OPTIONS SHOWN IN THIS "NOTE" ABOVE ARE PRICED IN US$)