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Druck DPI610PC Pressure Calibrator with Pneumatic Pump

Druck DPI610PC Pressure Calibrator with Pneumatic Pump

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Product Overview: Druck DPI610PC Pressure Calibrator with Pneumatic Pump

Obsolete-Replaced by DPI 611

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Druck DPI610PC Pressure Calibrator with Pneumatic Pump

The technically advanced GE Druck DPI 610 and DPI 615 portable calibrators are the culmination of many years of field experience with the company.

These self-contained, battery powered packages contain a pressure generator, fine pressure control, device energising (not IS version) and output measurement capabilities, as well as facilities for 4 to 20 mA loop testing and data storage. The rugged weatherproof design is styled such that the pressure pump can be operated and test leads connected without compromising the visibility of the large dual parameter display. The mA step and ramp outputs and a built-in continuity tester extend the capabilities to include the commissioning and maintenance of control loops.

A highly accurate and easy to use calibrator is only part of the solution for improving overall data quality and working efficiency. The DPI 610 and DPI 615, with data storage and RS232 interface, reduce calibration times and eliminate data recording errors. The DPI 615 also provides error analysis for field reporting of calibration errors and pass/fail status. In addition, procedures downloaded from a PC automatically configure the DPI 615 to pre-defined calibration and test routines.

Druck DPI610PC Pressure Calibrator with Pneumatic Pump

  • 52 Ranges from 2.5 mbar to 700 bar
  • Accuracy from 0.025% F.S.
  • Integral combined pressure/vacuum pump
  • 4 to 20 mA loop test facility
  • RS 232 interface and fully documenting version
  • Up to 11 sensors per instrument
Hand-Pump -850 mbar to 20 bar capability
Volume Adjuster Fine pressure adjustment
Release Valve Vent and controlled release
Pressure Port G 1/8 female
Media Most common gases

See the 610 Series here.