Precision Pressure Calibrator Tek Know PC705

Rugged Field Calibrator up to 10,000 PSI with 0.03% Accuracy
  • Range 0 to 700 Bar
  • Input for External Sensor
  • Accurate to ±0.03%FS
  • mA,V and Switch Test Input
  • RS232 Interface
  • EEx/IS Approved for Hazardous Areas
  • Portable and Lightweight
  • History Log
  • Engineering Units
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The Tek Know PC705 pressure calibrator offers high accuracy and stability, which are achieved by use of a special thin film strain gauge transducer with built-in temperature compensation. Unlike some other pressure calibrators, accuracy is maintained by the Tek Know PC705 when pressure is decreasing. This makes the unit ideal for the verification of hysteresis.

All PC705s are calibrated in positive as well as in negative directions. Originally designed for use on offshore drilling rigs, these compact and rugged pressure calibrators offer reliable performance under the most severe conditions. The PC705’s low weight of only 18 lbs. makes the units ideal for on-site calibration.

Each PC705 is supplied with a calibration certificate after being calibrated against precision pressure equipment traceable to national standards. Full documentation and record keeping of calibrations are easily carried out by use of PreCal Windows®-based software.

The PC705 pressure calibrator is simple and easy with test pressure being established by the integrated hydraulic pump and calibration pressure being read on the graphical LCD display. There is no need for fragile reference gauges.

Tek Know branded temperature and pressure instruments are made by Scan Sense, a Norwegian manufacturer of Industrial and Marine/Offshore sensing and calibration equipment. Established in 1986, Scan Sense focuses on three primary product areas: Load Measurement, Pressure Measurement, and Calibration Instruments. Scan Sense designs and builds all of its products in modern production facilities with strict quality assurance and control.

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