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Current calibrator DIGISTANT® 4463
temperaturevoltageresistance

current calibrator
current calibrator
current calibrator
current calibrator
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Characteristics

Measured physical value
temperature, voltage, current, frequency, resistance
Applications
universal
Options
portable, high-precision, desk
Temperature

Min.: 5 °C
(41 °F)

Max.: 45 °C
(113 °F)

Description

DIGISTANT® 4463 This high-precision calibration source is able to measure currents up to ±50 mA, voltages ±100 V and temperature setpoint values of 12 thermocouple types, including R, S, B, J, T, E, K and N. Voltage drops across the measuring leads can be easily compensated via the sense line. With “thermoelectric voltage simulation” you can enter °C, °F and K, the temperature scales ITS-90 or IPTS-68 and the reference junction type constant/external. Furthermore, when simulating thermocouples a calibrated external reference junction can be used, with the calibration data being taken into account in the device. The high-resolution display and very user-friendly menu navigation system informs you quickly and in full detail about the selected function, the selected transmission value, the selected interface and the additional parameters. The device can be operated both via the keypad and via the Ethernet and USB interface. With the automatic sequence function (ramp function), for each measurement 32 sequences with a maximum of 100 steps can be saved and started manually or via the interface. Features: - DC voltage up to ±100.0000 V, ±0.002 % - DC current up to ±50.0000 mA, ±0.005 % - Thermocouple simulation of R, S, B, J, T, E, K, N, M, C, D, G2 - Automatic sequence function (ramp function

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