Multifunction Calibrator & Arbitrary Function GeneratorPortable Multifunction Calibrator
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- Sources Milliamps, Millivolts, Volts, Sine Wave, Square Wave, Triangular Wave, and 11 Thermocouple Types
- 13-Point Calibration Certificate
- Measures Current (mA), Voltage (mV, V) and Temperature (у or ц)
- Short Circuit Protection
- Audio Frequency Synthesizer
- Auto-Step and Auto-Ramp Functions
- Simulation of PLC
- Rechargeable Lithium Battery (Included)
- Data Logging Software and Data Storage for Field Calibrations
- Function Generation for Vibration Testing
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A highly accurate and powerful system for testing, measuring and calibrating built into a single compact portable instrument. The OMEGA™ CL427 indicator/simulator is a multifunction instrument designed to meet, in a modern and practical way, the needs of instrumentation engineers, both in laboratory and field work. Accurate, compact, rugged and easy to use, it is the ideal solution for measuring and simulating: millivolts, volts, milliamperes, frequency, sine, square and triangular waveforms, and thermocouples. The CL427 has been developed using the most advanced microprocessor technology to provide high accuracy on extended ranges and a powerful operating flexibility. A unique internal automatic RJ compensation system allows the CL427 to provide accurate input and output readings in operating conditions with a temperature range of 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F). Further, external compensation is available that allows users to fine tune temperature output and measurement. The model CL427 has been designed for use in industrial environments such as factory floors, process plants, service departments and maintenance workshops. Millivolts, Volts, milliamps, and frequency can be measured or generated. Both accuracy performance and stability allow you to calibrate field and control room instrumentation. Square wave pulses can be generated with frequencies from 0.3 Hz to 20 kHz. Pulse height is adjustable between 100 mV and 20 Volts. With this powerful function, the user can even test electro mechanical devices such as counters and relays. Simulating non-linearized temperature transmitters (Tx) allows the user to check and calibrate 4 to 20 mA system input hardware and software quickly and easily. User can set or manipulate temperatures in °C or °F related to any available sensor and send the appropriate milliamps to the system input. Milliamps can be monitored simultaneously on calibrator display.
AC Adaptor: AC 110V, 60 Hz input; or AC 220V, 50/60 Hz input; DC 15V/0.5 A output
Operation Environment: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F), 85% RH
Storage Environment: -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F), 75% RH
Dimensions: 214 L x 98.7 W x 56 mm H (8.4 x 3.9 x 2.2')
Weight: 650 g (22.9 oz) (batteries included)
I have two questions: Does Omega offer any type of Authorization Letter or Certificate for the consumer to be considered approved to use the CL427 for calibrations? Does Omega have cal procedures for IR and Type K contact thermometers?
Can this display a 4-20 mA output value and at the same time display a measured 4-20 mA input value?
how is the CL427 setup to generate mV source voltage using the T/C/mV port for calibrating load cells?