Fluke 0665091 Current Loop Calibrator 24mA

  • RS Stock No. 325-4777
  • Mfr. Part No. FLUKE-705
  • Manufacturer Fluke
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): US
Product Details

Fluke 705 Loop Calibrator

Fluke's integrated solution for calibration, maintenance of milliamp loops and repair, the 705 current loop calibrator is an ideal cost-effective source and measurement tool.

Delivering a mA accuracy of 0.02% it also provides quick and easy readings due to the simultaneous % and mA display. For 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA current loop testing and dc voltage from 0 to 28 V, it is supplied with a set of TL75 test leads (726-3624) and alligator clips.

Features and Benefits:

• 0.02% accuracy
• 24 V loop supply with mA measure
• Simultaneous mA and % of span display
• Selectable step/ramp outputs
• mA sourcing, simulation and measurement
• Compact case and protective holster
• Quick battery replacement

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.

Supplied with

9V installed alkaline battery, AC70A alligator clips, C10 protective yellow holster Flex-Stand™, instruction sheet, TL75 safety-designed test lead set, NIST- traceable calibration report and data

Specifications
Attribute Value
Absolute Maximum Current Measurement 24mA
Best Accuracy ±0.025 %
Resolution 0.001 mA
Safety Category CSA C22.2
Battery Type A, AA
Battery Life 18 h
Power Source Battery
Dimensions 47 x 75 x 164mm
Weight 350g
Height 164mm
Length 47mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +55°C
Minimum Operating Temperature -10°C
Safety Category Voltage 30V
Width 75mm
Model Number p 705
2 In stock for delivery next working day
Price Each
Was HK$6,765.04
HK$ 6,572.38
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
HK$6,572.38
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