Fluke 725 Multifunction Process Calibrator is “Simply Powerful!”
Don't carry and spend money on a loop calibrator, thermocouple calibrator, RTD calibrator, frequency calibrator, pressure calibrator (with optional modules), when you can handle all of these in a Fluke 725 Multifunction Calibrator. Measure and source mA, volts, temperature (RTDs and thermocouples), frequency, ohms, and pressure, using optional pressure modules.
The 725 has a split screen display which permits viewing input and output values simultaneously. The upper display allows you to measure volts, current, and pressure only. The lower display allows you to measure and source volts, current, pressure, resistance temperature detectors, thermocouples, frequency, and ohms. For valve and I/P tests, you can source mA while measuring pressure. The 725 has auto-stepping and auto-ramping for remote testing, plus 25% stepping for fast linearity tests.
From the moment you pick it up, the Fluke 725 is ready to perform. Its simple controls, without menus, make operation easy. Its memory functions make set up fast. And its rugged design lets it work as hard as you do.
Fluke 9100S Handheld Dry-Wells
Since we introduced the world’s first truly handheld dry-well, many have tried to duplicate it—in vain. Despite its small size (2¼ inches high and 5 inches wide) and light weight, the 9100S outperforms every dry-well in its class in the world.
It’s simple and convenient, too. Anyone can learn to use one in less than 15 minutes. It has a range to 375°C (707°F) and is perfect for checking RTDs, thermocouples, and small bimetal thermometers in the field.
Plug it in, switch it on (Note, these wells are fixed and not interchangeable,) set the temperature with the front-panel buttons, and insert your probe into the properly sized well. Compare the reading of your device to the display temperature or to an external reference, and the difference is the error in your device. With a proprietary Fluke Calibration temperature controller, the 9100S has a display resolution of 0.1 degrees, an accuracy of ±0.5°C, a stability of ±0.1°C, and a stabilization time of just five minutes.