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Temperature calibrator PCE-TTC 30
voltagecurrentfor electrical measuring instruments

temperature calibrator
temperature calibrator
temperature calibrator
temperature calibrator
temperature calibrator
temperature calibrator
temperature calibrator
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Characteristics

Measured physical value
temperature, voltage, current
Applications
for electrical measuring instruments
Options
portable, digital, process
Temperature

Min.: -200 °C (-328 °F)

Max.: 1,800 °C (3,272 °F)

Voltage

Min.: 0 V

Max.: 30 V

Description

PCE-TTC 30 Process Calibrator Thermocouple Calibrator to simulate and measure thermocouples, current and voltage / Li-Ion battery / Continuity tester / Ramp function The process calibrator PCE-TTC 30 can be used to simulate different thermocouples as well as mV. Thus, the process calibrator can be used for many thermometers and temperature displays with thermocouple connection. The PCE-TTC 30 process calibrator simulates the most popular thermocouples, including K, T, S. The simulator for thermocouples has an accuracy of 0.3°C / 0.54°F, making it easy to accurately calibrate thermometers. In addition to direct specification of temperatures or extra-low voltages up to 250 mV, the process calibrator can be operated in ramp mode. Here, the user can decide whether the ramp should be run indefinitely or at defined intervals. The miniature USB interface can be used to load the process calibrator. Furthermore, recorded data can be transmitted via this interface to a PC. - Simulation and measurement mode - Battery operation - For thermocouples E, J, K, T, B, R, S, N, mV - 24 V supply for current loops - HART compatible - Manual mode & ramp function - Continuity test - Data logger function

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