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Dry-block calibrator PTC 155A
temperaturedigitalcompact

dry-block calibrator
dry-block calibrator
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Characteristics

Measured physical value
temperature
Options
digital, dry-block, compact
Temperature

Min.: -25 °C (-13 °F)

Max.: 155 °C (311 °F)

Description

PTC-155A Dry Block Calibrator For Temperature Calibrations The PTC-155 Dry Block Calibrator consists of a main cabinet with easy access to all controls, connection options, power inlet, etc. The calibrator is equipped with a solid handle for convenient and safe handling – a protective carrying case for transportation is also an option. The several different inserts are designed to go deep into the temperature calibrator in order to ensure stable readings for the various sensors and probes. The high stability throughout the entire calibration zone is achieved by using an advanced and intuitive menu-driven controller with active dual-zone heating technology, in which each heating zone is individually controlled to compensate for possible heat loss. Key Features and Benefits Temperature range: -25 to +155 °C Stability: ± 0.01 °C Unique active dual-zone regulation ensures perfect temperature homogeneity in the calibration zone VGA display for an easy overview of the calibration status Light weight and mobile Temperature Range: -25 to +155 °C Environmental: 0 to +40°C / 0 – 90% RH, non-condensing Stability: ± 0.01 °C Display Resolution: 1 °C / 0.1 °C / 0.01 °C Insert Dimension: 25.8 x 150 mm Ellab Insert Capacity: 12-18 sensors + ETS Heating Time (min. to max.): 16 minutes Cooling Time (max. to min.): 25 minutes Communication: USB 2.0 Power: 115 / 230 V 50-60 Hz External Size: 362 x 171 x 363 mm Weight: 10.3 kg

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