Fluke Calibration 6270A calibrates wide range of pressure gauges and sensorsAugust 6, 2015
EVERETT, Wash., Aug. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fluke Calibration introduces the 6270A Modular Pressure Controller/Calibrator, an easy-to-use calibrator with a modular design that can be quickly configured to meet a wide variety of pneumatic pressure calibration applications. It's ideal for pressure sensor manufacturers who want to avoid downtime on the production line, and calibration labs and instrument shops that need precision and accuracy over a wide range.
The 6270A features pressure ranges from low differential pressure to 20 MPa (3,000 psi), which covers the requirements of most gauges and sensors, with two levels of accuracy (0.02 percent full scale or 0.01 percent reading) to balance the needs for accuracy and budget. The 6270A's modular design provides the flexibility to install modules with different accuracy classes within the same chassis, so technicians can use the highest level of accuracy for the pressure ranges that require it, and a lower, more economical level of accuracy where appropriate.
It has an easy to learn and use graphical interface with a choice of nine languages that features an intuitive menu structure providing access to any feature in four button presses or less.
The pressure calibrator works with Fluke Calibration COMPASS® for Pressure software to automate and run complete pressure calibration sequences on single or multiple devices under test. COMPASS software removes the unknowns often associated with getting automated systems online. The 6270A also features a full remote interface that enables technicians to use it with custom software or other data acquisition equipment.
The 6270A is designed to be easy to maintain in-house to reduce cost of ownership. It includes a Service and Calibration manual with detailed instructions of how to replace valves and components. Control and measurement modules are separate allowing for quick and easy repair. Simply pull out the module and replace it.
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