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The new Meatest Multifunction calibrator M-142 an extension of the complete range of multifunction calibrators from Meatest.
This is a calibrator of electric quantities for applications in calibration laboratories and in production lines where meters are manufatured. It can be used for calibration and adjustment of meters from the field of voltage, current, resistance, capacity and frequency. Installed harmonic and non-harmonic shape signals as well make it possible to test parameters of the meters by a signal with various crest factor. Frequency modes enable to set frequency, amplitude and duty ratio of the output signal.
They are suitable for basic calibration of oscilloscopes. The calibrator is equipped with possibility to measure temperature with TC and RTD temperature sensors. Built-in multimeter can be used independently or in simultaneous operation with source part of the calibrator together. Testing of transducers of various types, regulators and evaluating units can be perform with it without necessity to use any other measuring instrument. M-140 multifunction calibrator is available in bench-top and in 19″ rack housings.
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