7102-156 - 

Calibrator, Temperature, 12 ", 7.2 ", 9.5 ", ± 0.25°C, 15 lb

7102-156 - Calibrator, Temperature, 12 ", 7.2 ", 9.5 ", ± 0.25°C, 15 lb

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The 7102-156 is a Micro-Bath Thermometer Calibrator can calibrate any type of sensor including short, square or odd-shaped sensors. The problems of fit and immersion are virtually eliminated by using a fluid medium rather than a dry-block calibrator. This Micro-Bath is perfect for liquid-in-glass and bimetal thermometers. It has a temperature range from 35 to 200°C. It has RS-232 ports, come with our Interface-it software and can be used with MET/TEMP II software. Also included are contacts to calibrate a thermal switch, eight set-point memory storage, ramp-rate adjust and over-temperature safety cut-out.
  • Portability and extreme stability
  • Calibrate sensors of any size or shape
  • Stability to ±0.015°C


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