The 719Pro includes a full functioning loop calibrator that sources, simulates and measures mA signals and more making it the ideal test tool for calibrating high accuracy transmitters, pressure switches and pressure gauges. The 719Pro features high accuracy pressure measurements and an onboard electric pressure pump that can generate up to 300 psi (20 bar), which eliminates the need for an external hand pump.
The ideal tool for gas custody transfer applications is the Fluke 721 Precision Pressure Calibrator. With dual isolated pressure sensors, it allows you to take simultaneous static and differential pressure measurements with a single tool. The 721 can be configured by selecting either a 16 PSI (1.1 bar) or 36 psi (2.48 bar) low pressure sensor and then adding your choice of 7 high pressure ranges including 100, 300, 500, 1000, 1500, 3000 or 5000 psi (6.9, 20, 24.5, 69, 103.4, 200, 345 bar).
6. Fluke 709H Precision Loop Calibrator with HART Communications/Diagnostics
The Fluke 709H mA loop calibrator is designed to save time and produce high-quality results. The 709H offers HART communication and supports a select set of the HART universal and common practice commands. This makes the 709H unique as both an affordable, compact loop calibrator and powerful HART communication tool.
7. Fluke 700G Series Precision Pressure Gauge Calibrator
Portable, high-quality round pressure gauge calibrator for fast and accurate calibration test results. The 700G Series is a precision pressure test gauge with pressure measurements ranging from 10 inH20 to 10,000 psi (20 mbar to 690 bar) and 0.05% accuracy.
Fluke 725 Multifunction Process Calibrator measure and source mA, volts, temperature (RTDs and thermocouples), frequency, ohms, and pressure, using optional pressure modules. This Fluke multifunction process calibrator features a split display lets you view input and output values simultaneously.
The Fluke 772 mA Clamp Meter expand upon the capabilities of the popular 771 mA Clamp Meter, adding loop power and mA sourcing to the troubleshooting and process calibration capabilities in all Fluke mA clamp meters.
13. Fluke 726 Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator
The Fluke 726 Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator is designed specifically for the Process industry with broad workload coverage, calibration power and unsurpassed accuracy in mind. The 726 measures and sources almost all process parameters and can calibrate almost anything. The 726 will also interpret results without the help of a calculator and store measurement data for later analysis.
The Fluke 787 was the first tool to combine a DMM and a loop calibrator to give process technicians double the power in one tool. Now it’s even better, the range is extended with the new Fluke 789 – the ultimate loop calibration multimeter. The Fluke 789 has a 24-Volt loop supply reducing the need for taking a separate power supply when doing offline transmitter testing. And with its built-in, selectable 250-Ohm Hart® resistor, it also eliminates the need to carry a separate resistor with you. Now process technicians can do a lot more while carrying a lot less.
Fluke 787 ProcessMeter™ combines a DMM and a Loop Calibrator in one rugged, handheld tool, for about what you would expect to pay for a loop calibrator alone. Based on the trusted Fluke 87 DMM, the 787 adds the ability to measure, source, and simulate dc loop current with 0.05% accuracy and 1 microamp resolution.
The Fluke 715 Volt/ mA Calibrator delivers outstanding performance, durability and reliability. Offered in the rugged Fluke 80 Series DMM package, the calibrator is compact, lightweight, and easy to carry. With a push button interface similar to the multifunction Fluke 740 Series Documenting Process Calibrators, the 715 is easy to use. It is EMI tolerant, dust and splash resistant, and features a removable battery door for quick battery changes.