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Fluke 707, 24mA Current Loop Calibrator


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RS Stock No.:
426-2678
Mfr. Part No.:
FLUKE-707
Brand:
Fluke

RoHS Status: Not Applicable

COO (Country of Origin):
US
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Fluke 705 Loop Calibrator


Extremely fast and easy to use, Fluke offers a push-button and knob-base current loop calibrator. Designed for high performance one handed operation, calibration, maintenance and repairs of current loops, assisting users in working more accurately and efficiently.

A clear large simultaneous mA and % of span display, alongside the simple rotary button allows adjustments and quick selections with one hand. Fluke's calibrator includes 24 volt loop supply, allowing you to power and read a transmitter at the same time.


Features and Benefits:


• Slow ramp, fast ramp and step ramp options
• Measures V DC to 28 V
• 0-100% span check (fast confirmation of zero and span
• Push button with 25% steps for linearity checks
• 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA default start up modes
• Protective yellow holster featuring test lead storage
• 24 V loop supply with mA measure
• -10°C to 55 °C operating temperature


FAQ's


What is a current loop calibrator?


Current loop calibrators are specially designed instruments for current loop trouble shooting, testing and calibration. They can source current on unpowered devices in a loop, simulate the operation of loop powered transmitters and also measure current. These calibrators often feature time saving technology, specialist graphics using digital interfaces and micro-processor based electronics.


How much current flows in each loop of a parallel circuit?


Determined by Ohm's law, which states that the current between 2 points through a conductor is directly proportionate to the voltage across those 2 points, divided by the resistance of the conductor. I = V/R. This is also the case for series and parallel circuits, however in parallel circuits the total current can be affected by the way the resistors have been connected, as well as their ohmic value. Current does divide up and there can be more current in one area over another nonetheless when all areas are added up the total amount is the same.


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AttributeValue
Absolute Maximum Current Measurement24mA
Best Accuracy±0.015 %
Safety CategoryCSA C22.2
Battery TypeA
Battery Life18 h
Power SourceBattery
Dimensions47 x 75 x 164mm
Weight350g
Height164mm
Length47mm
Maximum Operating Temperature+55°C
Minimum Operating Temperature-10°C
Model Number p707
Width75mm
Safety Category Voltage30V