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The Meatest M505 is a handheld Calibrator-Multimeter for generating current 0-22mA in “source or sink” mode and voltages of 0-25 VDC. External voltages ±2 V, ±20 V and ±200 VDC and currents up to ±100 mA can be measured simultaneously with the generated calibrated signals. In addition, there are functions for generating mV signals, simulation of DIN thermocouples and generation of resistors and RTD temperature sensors.
Logging of input and output data is available and can be displayed on the display or loaded into a computer for further analysis.
For quick checks or calibration of process transmitters, the output of the Meatest M505 calibrator can be used for the input, while the output of the transmitter can be measured using the multimeter.
Thermocouples J, K, N, R, S, T, B and E are simulated over the entire DIN range. RTD Thermometers Pt-100, Pt-200, Pt-500, Pt-1000 and NI-1000 are simulated across the entire DIN range. Resistance can be generated with resistance values of 45 Ω in 3000 Ω with 0.5 Ω resolution.
Current output 0-22mA, Source/Sink
Voltage output 0-25V
mV outputs 0-27mV and 0-540 mV
DIN Thermocouples J, K, N, R, S, T, B, E
RTD Simulator -200 … 850ºC
Resistance range up to 3kOhm
Multimeter ±2V to ±200V DC and ±100mA
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