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Fluke 717 Series Pressure Calibrators

07/04/2012

The Fluke 717 Pressure Calibrators delivers outstanding performance, durability and reliability. These calibrators are compact, lightweight, and easy to carry. With a push button interface similar to the multifunction Fluke 740 Series Documenting Process Calibrators, the 717s are easy to use. They are EMI tolerant, dust and splash resistant, and feature a removable battery door for quick battery changes.

These calibrators come in 9 models measuring pressure up to 5000 psi/345 bar and are compatible with Fluke 700Pxx differential, gauge and absolute pressure modules to increase functionality

Features

  • Measure pressure, 0.05% of full scale with internal sensor up to 5000 PSI/345 bar sensor (5000G model)
  • Measure mA with 0.015% accuracy and 0.001 mA resolution, while sourcing 24V loop power
  • Measure pressure to 10,000 psi/700 bar using one of 29 Fluke 700Pxx Pressure Modules
  • 1/8 NPT female pressure fitting
  • Compatible with non-corrosive Gases and liquids
  • Select eleven different engineering units
  • Zero, min, max, and hold functions
  • Calibrate P/I instruments with simultaneous pressure and current measurement
  • Pressure switch test function captures set, reset and Deadband values of a pressure switch
  • Error% calculation of mA measurements for quick pass-fail decisions
  • Long lasting battery life
  • Holster features test lead storage
  • Compatible with Toolpack magnetic hanging system
  • New switch test

Fluke Corporation, www.fluke.com



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