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The Meatest multifunction calibrator M140i is a calibrator mainly for standard electrical quantities for calibration laboratories. The calibrator can be used for the calibration of digital multimeters.
The calibrator is a simpler and lower priced version of the Meatest model M140. The basic functions of the calibrator is to generate calibrated DC/AC voltages from 0 V to 1000 V, DC/AC current in the range from 0 to 20 A . With a special coil, the current range is from 50 µA to 1000 A.
The best accuracy of the M140i multi-function calibrator at DC voltage is 0.0035 % and at AC voltage 0.03 %. Achieving the direct current is the accuracy of 0.013 % and reaching 0.055 % on alternating current. Maximum frequency range is from 20 Hz to 100 kHz . The calibration of thermometers and temperature controllers is achieved by means of simulation of temperature sensors. The calibrator can simulate all TC sensors of the R, S, B, J, T, E, K and N types.
Compensation of the tc cold junction can be entered via the keyboard.
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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