Industrial Calibrator Supports Wide Range of Pressure Gauges and Sensors

EVERETT, WA -- Fluke Calibration introduces the 2271A Industrial Pressure Calibrator, a comprehensive, automated solution for calibrating a wide variety of pressure gauges and sensors. The 2271A is ideal for calibration laboratories that are adding pressure calibration services because it features a broad range of pressure measurement capabilities in a single instrument.

The 2271A features a modular design so it can be configured to meet different needs and budgets, and can be expanded as needed to cover growing workloads. With its graphical user interface and intuitive menu structure, the calibrator is easy to set up and use so even less experienced technicians can operate it, and it can be fully automated to help calibration laboratories run more efficiently.

The calibrator operates from -100 kPa to 20 MPa (-15 to 3000 psi) for calibration of different types of pressure gauges and sensors with one device. Its removable pressure measurement modules make it easy to change or add measurement ranges. With its integrated electrical measurement module with HART capabilities, it provides a comprehensive solution for calibrating pressure transmitters.

The 2271A also features an optional Contamination Prevention System that helps keep contamination out of the calibration, providing an important safeguard.

To learn more about Fluke Calibration 2271A Industrial Pressure Calibrator, visit http://us.flukecal.com/2271A.

Contact Fluke Calibration
For more information about Fluke Calibration, visit the Fluke Calibration website or contact Fluke Corporation, P.O. Box 9090, Everett, WA USA 98206-9090, or call 1-877-355-3225.

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