New TCS 650, High Accuracy Dry Block Calibrator

Monday, July 26, 2010
Photo courtesy E Instruments

The New TCS 650, High Accuracy Dry Block Calibrator is an accurate and portable dry block calibrator. It is designed to verify and calibrate sensors, thermometers, and process transmitters both in the field and in the laboratory. The TCS 650 includes the following:
•    Temperature Range from 35°C to 650°C
•    Stability of ±0.03°C @ 650°C
•    Radial Uniformity of ±0.02°C
•    Heating Speed of 50°C to 600°C in 30 minutes
•    Cooling Speed of 600°C to 150°C in 30 minutes
•    Stabilization Time of 10 minutes
•    Six hole 140mm deep metal block insert
•    An optional Black Body insert for IR Pyrometers
•    NIST Calibration Certificate include with every unit

www.E-Inst.com

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