5522A Multi-Product Calibrator
Apr 18, 2011
5522A Multi-Product CalibratorThe 5522A Multi-Product Calibrator is designed to improve the capabilities of calibration laboratories industry wide. The 5522A is the next generation of Multi-Product Calibrators, based on the 5520A series calibrator—the most widely used Multi-Product Calibrator in the world. The new 5522A will provide daily service inside and outside of the calibration lab. It is durable enough to be safely transported for on-site or mobile calibration of a wide variety of electronic test tools.
The 5522A is ideal for metrology engineers, technicians and lab managers who need to calibrate many different types of electronic equipment and require a transportable instrument that delivers a high return on investment in today’s challenging economic environment. With the 5522A, metrologists can do more with less by investing in a single calibrator that gives them the flexibility to calibrate a wide range of instruments. For greater productivity, the 5522A can be fully automated with MET/CAL Plus Calibration Management Software.
Accidently applying too much voltage to a calibrator’s input terminals can cause costly damage. The 5522A provides reverse power protection, immediate output disconnection, and/or fuse protection on the output terminals for all functions, making the unit virtually mistake proof. The 5522A sources direct voltage and current, alternating voltage and current with multiple waveforms and harmonics, two simultaneous voltage outputs or voltage and current to simulate dc and ac power with phase control, resistance, capacitance, thermocouples and RTDs. It can also measure thermocouple temperature signals, and a wide range of pressures using any of 29 Fluke 700 Series pressure modules. Two options add the capability to calibrate oscilloscopes with bandwidths to either 600 MHz or 1.1 GHz. Another option enables the 5522A to calibrate power quality instrumentation to the standards of the IEC and other regulatory agencies.
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