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The Isotech Venus dry block IsoCal temperature calibrator can calibrate temperature probes from -35°C to 140°C with unparalleled flexibility.
As a traditional Dry Block, various thermometers can be quickly calibrated. Accessories are available to convert to a stirring liquid bath, to calibrate the surface sensor, to calibrate infrared thermometers and even to use as an ITS-90 fixed point system with calibration uncertainties as small as 0.0005°C. With excellent stability and distributed heating and cooling zones for good uniformity.
These calibrators offer proven thermal performance.
These award-winning calibrators are easy to use and available in three versions – Basic, Site and Advanced. The Basic has a digital display of set and nominal temperature, the Site also has a built-in independent temperature indicator for a reference probe. The Advanced controller has inputs for reference and test thermometers with a new range of advanced features such as automatic temperature cycling, secure data logging and high-resolution full-colour display. All models are equipped with I-Cal Easy Log software and the Advanced models also include software for managing logged data and unit configuration.
All of these Isotech Venus dry block models meet the calibration capacity requirements of EURAMET/cg-13/v.01, “EA Guidelines for Calibration of Temperature Block Calibrators, formerly EA10/13”.
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