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Labcal PRO LABORATORY STANDARD, PRECISION DIGITAL THERMOMETER / LOGGER

30 August 2011

The NEW, Labcal PRO from Labfacility is fully characterised for Pt100 sensors and all major thermocouples J,K,N,T,E,R,S and B. Exceptionally stable automatic cold junction compensation with a rejection of 100:1 is incorporated for thermocouple ranges

Data can be displayed in oC,oF, K, Ω or mV as required. nine front panel push keys, the only user controls, are used in conjunction with the display screenThere are four input ports, two for thermocouples and two for 3 or 4 wire Pt100 sensors; the instrument automatically recognises 3 or 4 wire configurations.

The Labcal PRO can accept two Pt100 sensors and/or two thermocouples of similar or different types (J,K,N,T,E,R,S and B). The measured temperature can be displayed directly from one of the inputs or differentially between similar or different inputs. Differential temperature and the two individual channel temperatures are displayed simultaneously.

Individual calibrated sensors can have up to 10 appropriate calibration values programmed into the Labcal PRO. The instrument then digitally self-calibrates to the associated probe over the range embraced in the calibrated values used; the temperature readout is "corrected" accordingly.

The PC software which is supplied with the Labcal PRO allows remote control, measure and logging. Serial interface with the PC is via a USB connection.

For more information and downloads, visit

www.labcalpro.com and our ‘all new’ website www.labfacility.co.uk


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