Calibration Dynamics Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Quad-Channel Portable Calibrator Measures & Simulates Multiple Parameters.
New to Calibration Dynamics The Pascal ET is a hand-held multifunction calibrator designed for the measurement and simulation of the following parameters:
* Pressure & Vacuum
* Electrical Signals (mA, mV, V, O)
* Temperature (TC &RTD)
* Frequency & Pulse
The Pascal ET is destined to become one of the most advanced and versatile portable calibrators on the market. Equipped with a number of significant features, the Pascal ET has up to 4 simultaneous measurement channels More than any other calibrator currently on sale.
A Large display with touch-screen technology and a user-friendly configuration interface with bi-directional real time communication (RS 232 connectivity) to a PC - Allows the user to print Calibration Reports, transfer stored data from the unit and also control the Pascal ET via remote.
Other notable features in the Pascal ETs inventory include; An Accuracy of 0.008%rdg for electrical signals and up to 0.015%FS for pressure, modular configuration with up to 2 input and 2 output modules for the measurement/simulation of electrical and temperature signals, External pressure and vacuum measurement and an Environmental conditions Sensor Measuring Barometric Pressure, Ambient Temperature and RH%.
The advantages to the user are clear to see; The Pascal ET exhibits the characteristics of several calibrators, incorporated into one unit allowing faster calibration, saving time and cost. If you would like further information on the Pascal ET Please contact Calibration Dynamics Ltd on 01264 339 030, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: www.calibrationdynamics.com
For more information, please contact :-
Calibration Dynamics Ltd.
7 Regents Court, South Way, Walworth Industrial Estate,
Andover Hampshire SP10 5NX United Kingdom
Phone: +44(0) 1264 339 030
Fax: +44(0) 1264 339 040
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